Ohio’s school leaders are doing a great job in communicating with the public and that means you are, too.
Here’s a snapshot of some communication ideas that you might find interesting. Remember that our AHC team can help you with these, too.
- Weekly video update for students from EHOVE high school principal:
- STEM challenge from an Indian Hill teacher.
- Olentangy band members will individually play on their front porches on Friday at 3 pm.
- Wadsworth choir comes together during social distancing.
You are doing a great job with your COVID-19 communications with your community and doubling down on communication is everything during times like this. This is about getting information out to people but constantly fine tuning things.
Perhaps of special interest to you, here is a sampling of some things that we are seeing from your peers from throughout the state:
As we work to navigate through the uncharted territory that is “remote learning,” it is easy to feel overwhelmed with when and how often to communicate with your community and staff.
Here are some best practices that you can put into place now…
Communicating with the public:
- Double down on your communication efforts. Communicate regularly, consistently, and with clarity about what you know. Do not guess or speculate on state decisions. Leave that to them.
- Be mindful of the basics like social distancing in pictures and videos that you post and share.
- Show your human side. A […]
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