Class Tech Tips: 10 Tips for Using Social Media to Tell Your School’s Story

| March 20, 2018

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From Instagram to Twitter, social media has a powerful way of connecting users from around the world. But how can you start using social media platforms to tell your school’s story in local and global ways? As you think about all of the wonderful things happening at your school this year, you have stories, images and quotes to share from every corner of your building.Earlier this year I hosted a webinar on sharing your school stories. It included a shout out to one of my favorite branding tools as well as tips for getting started.

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