Student Voice: Building a Team of Social Media Content Creators Presented by Jill Johnson, Ed.D., President, Class Intercom
MASA Members are invited to attend the next MASA EdTalks session, “Student Voice: Building a Team of Social Media Content Creators.”
What will you learn? Do you want to promote student voice in a secure manner that represents your district brand? Would you like help in telling your school’s story? This session will empower you to do this by creating and sustaining a social media team utilizing research-based practices from relevancy to feedback to authentic assessment. From recruitment to retainment, learn how to select, train, and inspire the students and adults in your school to take ownership of telling their school’s story.
Who should attend? All MASA members! Please consider encouraging your communication/PR professionals, curriculum directors, building leadership (principals & VPs), and marketing or journalism teachers to attend.
This session will be recorded and shared on the MASA EdTalks sessions page! CEUs will NOT be provided for this session.
About the Presenter Jill Johnson, EdD was involved in education for 30 years as a classroom teacher, professional development consultant, and assistant principal before moving into her current role as President of Class Intercom, a social media management company created specifically to serve schools. She holds degrees in language arts education, instructional technology, educational administration, and educational leadership. Her passion, work, and research focus on student-led social media teams, social media management, and authentic content creation in scholastic environments. Dr. Jill has presented at numerous conferences at the state and national level including Innovative Schools Summit, NETA, NSPRA, Marzano Research High Reliability Schools Summit, and the Institute of Academic Sciences STATS-DC Data Conference. Dr. Jill was named the 2018 Nebraska Assistant Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. She is married to Brady, and they have four children, three dogs, and fourteen chickens.