As we face times in our country of increasing complexity around several social issues, we want to bring to your attention the need to be vigilant about reminding your staff of the importance of adhering to social media guidelines for both school and district employees.
While all of us are mindful of our online presence, a few critical reminders may benefit all district employees and help ensure their online activity reflects the Licensure Code of Professional Conduct provided by the ODE. Here are a few main points from the ODE’s #ABConduct – Tip Sheet 1 […]
Joel and Carole discuss COVID-19 and what’s ahead with communication for school districts during the coronavirus pandemic
In this episode, hosts Carole Dorn-Bell and Joel Gagne talk about COVID-19 and what’s ahead with communication.
They start out by discussing a holistic communication strategy. Social media metrics are through the roof as people are living online. Regardless of what’s happening, it remains true that you have to have a lot of tools in the tool box […]
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced today that emergency remote learning has been extended through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. We have added graphics and sample text to share on social media to our content library here.
After a month of emergency remote learning, we are all learning and trying different things to engage the community. It is inspiring to see all that you are doing to make the best of this difficult situation. Keep up the good work!
As we have settled into a “routine” about the expectations and logistics around emergency remote learning, we’ve had a chance to analyze community engagement on social media and have a few suggestions to keep the momentum going.
Here’s what we’re seeing and know now:
Traffic is up on social media in general, however, there is more content with which we are […]
Using social media to keep in touch and share information with families and your community is more important than ever. We have created a social media content library with graphics and post copy so you can easily share information quickly and easily.
Do you wonder how remote learning is going in Ohio? Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. released a new survey on how parents think Ohio schools are doing with technology and communication amid the COVID-19 virus. Check it out here.