ENGAGEMENT
REMARKABLEWorthy of being noticed
ONLINECREATE > DISTRIBUTE > ENGAGE > MEASURE                                                     SCHOOL DRIVE > CREATE > D...
DRIVING STUDENTS TO             MEDIA OUTLET• Enrollment    (Contact Sheet)• Make    it a part of school culture (Poster)•...
CREATING CONTENT• Target Audience• What   types of content• Innovation   Graphic-Apple strategy• What   not to post 
DISTRIBUTING CONTENT• bit.ly• SMS   or Email(Perfect Mind List)• Social    Media(Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc)• Lounge-S...
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT        INSIDE SCHOOL• Hierarchy   of Influence (Law of the Lid)• Follow       up on Students Facebook Po...
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Creating Student Engagement - Online and Offline

  1. 1. ENGAGEMENT
  2. 2. REMARKABLEWorthy of being noticed
  3. 3. ONLINECREATE > DISTRIBUTE > ENGAGE > MEASURE SCHOOL DRIVE > CREATE > DISTRIBUTE > DRIVE > LISTEN 
  4. 4. DRIVING STUDENTS TO MEDIA OUTLET• Enrollment (Contact Sheet)• Make it a part of school culture (Poster)• Print Material (schedule, cards, etc)• SMS
  5. 5. CREATING CONTENT• Target Audience• What types of content• Innovation Graphic-Apple strategy• What not to post 
  6. 6. DISTRIBUTING CONTENT• bit.ly• SMS or Email(Perfect Mind List)• Social Media(Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc)• Lounge-Students who are not on FB
  7. 7. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT INSIDE SCHOOL• Hierarchy of Influence (Law of the Lid)• Follow up on Students Facebook Posts(baby, vacation, new home, etc)• Future Pacing• Asking right questions (No YES or NO)

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