FREE Webinars "Simple Steps to Strengthen Your Gifted Program with Social Media” with Ginger Lewman, ESSDACK, Hutchinson, KS
Looking for ways to energize your gifted education community? Learn how to select the right tools for the job and leverage those tools to grow and engage a positive, active community that thrives both online and in-person. Each 90-minute webinar consists of Twitter tutorials for the new and somewhat experienced user, and a sharing of best practices with other social media tools such as Facebook and LinkedIn.
Twitter 101 : For the Brand-New User
This session will help participants who are brand-new to Twitter learn how to set up an account, send and reply to Tweets, follow others, and become familiar with other elements of Twitter. Most importantly, participants will see how creating a network can be a powerful advocacy tool for an experienced user.
Twitter 201 : Powering Up Your Network
In this session, participants will power up their basic Twitter accounts to the next level by learning how to leverage hashtags, and participate in live Twitter chats. We will also discuss and learn how to create our own hashtags to create influential communities and to use Twitter to its fullest potential.
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