How schools can use social media to connect with their community

06/7/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Educator and administrator Lisa Nielsen in this blog post offers six social media outlets -- ranging from Facebook to Pinterest -- that offer opportunities for individual teachers and school communities to foster two-way communication with parents when face-to-face interaction can be difficult. "Not only is the use of social media good classroom practice, but in places that have quality reviews (an assessment and evaluation system for schools), engaging parents with social media will help schools shine," she writes.

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