Using Social Media to Tell Your Story: Jostens Renaissance 2012

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Presented at the Jostens Renaissance National Conference, July 2012. Focus is on using social media to positively promote your school.

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  • Demographics2235 studentsDiversitySocial economic statusGraduate Profile that guides our behaviors
  • Social Media is here to stay so let’s embrace it for our advantage
  • Tell my story!
  • Social Media Revolution 3.0
  • Share information; create an audience
  • Innovative Strategies that are going on in your building or districtTeaching StrategiesSchedulingStudent projectsParent partnershipsOthers?
  • Thoughts and Quotes from thought leaders, inspirational thinkers, authors, etc.
  • Questions that would help you or your organization…BYOT/BYODCommon CoreTeacher EvaluationSchool Climate/CultureDual CreditStaff Morale
  • Support other educators by retweeting their messages, blogs, articles, comments, etc.
  • Personal Information:InterestsHobbiesMusicVideosFunny Stories
  • Connect your Facebook page and school Twitter accounts for greater reach and save timeGive others permission to post images, updates, etc. Should be monitored on a regular basis
  • Using Social Media to Tell Your Story: Jostens Renaissance 2012

    1. 1. Using Social Media to Tell Your Story!
    2. 2. Dwight Carter PrincipalGahanna Lincoln HS carterd@gjps.org 614-478-5500 @Dwight_Carter @GLHSLions
    3. 3. GAHANNA LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
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    5. 5. Everybody can andIS talkingThere is noCAPTIVE audienceThe crowd isALWAYS biggerEMBRACE thecrowd
    6. 6. “In so many ways, learning is afundamentally social act. From circletime in kindergarten, to study groups incollege, to team projects in theworkforce, sociability has alwaysgreased the gears of learning.”-Daniel Pink
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    14. 14. COMMUNICATION 8
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    18. 18. “a social networking andmicroblogging service thatallows you answer the question,„What are you doing?‟ bysending short text messages140 characters in length, called„tweets‟, to your friends, or„followers.‟”
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    23. 23. WHO ARE YOU? 20
    24. 24. @GLHSLions (primary)@GahannaChoirs@GLHSCounsleor (guidance)@GLHSMensLax (lacrosse)@LibraryGLHS@GahannaFootball@GLHSLionsRoar (student news magazine) 22
    25. 25. @GLHSGirlsTrack@GahannaOrch (Gahanna Orchestras)@GahannaPawPrint@GLHS_SC (student council)@GLHSWrestling@GLHSYearbook 23
    26. 26. #gjps #cpchat #glhs#edchat
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    30. 30. @ToddWhitaker
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    39. 39. @J_Renaissance
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    43. 43. http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/1810 19
    44. 44. Mr. Carter’s OfficeGLHS Friday FocusGLHS Principal’s Page 5 4
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    57. 57. Highlight Your Staff! 6 7
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    72. 72. Dwight Cartercarterd@gjps.org 614-478-5500 @Dwight_Carter @GLHSLions
    73. 73. Resources• www.connectedprincipals.com• http://images.google.com/• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQzsQkM FgHE• http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/1810 8 4

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