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Connecting with communities using social media

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Started by Karen Spencer 01 Oct 2012 9:18pm () Replies (1)

How do you connect to your community when you can't always meet face-to-face? Some schools use e-newsletters and emails, others are complementing these with social media, such as blogs, Facebook and Twitter.

In this EdTalks video, Rachel Boyd, one of our community members, talks about how she has used Facebook and Twitter to engage with her school community:

 

 For the transcript of this video, go to: http://www.edtalks.org/video/rachel-boyd-building-community-relationships-social-media

 

The e-Learning Planning Framework reminds us that we can work with our communities using technologies, as well as helping them understand the impact of technologies on learners. For more information on how we can use technologies is this way, check out this resource on Enabling e-Learnng: http://www.elearning.tki.org.nz/Professional-learning/e-Learning-Planning-Framework2/Principals-and-school-leaders/Beyond-the-classroom

 

How might Rachel's ideas be extended to your school? Have you tried something similar?

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Beyond the Classroom

Beyond the Classroom

Beyond the classroom - Connecting school to the wider community with and about technologies.