3 Ways to Turbo Charge Your School’s Twitter Account

Evolving Educators

By Jonathan Valesquez & printed with permission from Unsplash printed with permission from Unsplash

If your school and/or district does not have a Twitter account, you are missing out on a vital method of communication with your students, staff, and stakeholders. In this era of instantaneous information Twitter serves as an excellent avenue for quickly communicating key pieces of information to your school and/or district community.  Whether you are just starting or have already established a Twitter account here are three ways to turbo charge it to increase connections and validate its place in your array of communication methods:

  1. Have a great description and picture for your Twitter handle. Notify people about who or what your Twitter account is all about. Is it for your school? Or is it a district account? People want to know where the information is coming from. In addition to a description of who the account is connected to, be sure to put…

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