Social Media Network Series

Kari PitstickBlog, Connect Better, Tech Better

Social Media Network Series Overview In the Social Media Network Blog Series, you’ll learn simple tips and tricks to ensure you are sharing the right message with your network. You will learn ways to grow your network and make connections with others in the world of education! Make sure to check out the course in the Teach Better Academy to … Read More

Social Media: The Pillars of Your Profile

Rae HughartBlog, Connect Better, Tech Better

TL;DR: This post includes an activity to help you set up your profile on social media. Break down the list of 3-5 things you want your network to know about you. The list becomes the pillars of your profile. Let’s get it right out in the open: I have a love-hate relationship with social media. Twitter. Instagram. LinkedIn – oh my! … Read More

Building Connections on Social Media to Combat Loneliness

Carly SpinaBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Build connections on social media to combat the loneliness you may be feeling. This post shares 7 tips for connecting online, including joining Twitter chats, using hashtags to find like-minded educators, engaging in conversations, being vulnerable, and being mindful of what you consume. Have you ever had a teacher bestie? I have. I used to have teachers who worked … Read More

Five Social Media Tips for Everyone

PJ CaposeyBlog, Connect Better, Tech Better

TL:DR: There are 5 social media tips offered. Start by adding value by creating content and contributing, connect to others, and amplify other people’s messages. Build a presence on social media by having new, critical, or interesting thoughts. When you amplify and put kindness and thoughtfulness into the universe, you will be surprised at what may come from it. Be … Read More

Building Better Colleague Relationships

Chelsea NicolinoBlog, Connect Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Build better colleague relationships by being a good listener, showing appreciation, sharing with others, apologizing, finding a connection outside of work, and expanding your network outside of your district. Remember that relationships are not a competition. Strive for quality over quantity. Relationships take work, but with these simple steps, you’ll build a strong network of connections in no time. … Read More