4 Ways to Use Social Media Analytics to Promote PBIS

Posted on 03 Apr 2013 in Educational Technology, PBIS, School Behavior | Comments Off on 4 Ways to Use Social Media Analytics to Promote PBIS

CEC 2013 Conference, San Antonio, Texas

Come and join me as I present at the CEC Convention and Expo! According to the international Council for Exceptional Children, this conference is

the largest professional development event dedicated to special and gifted education. Here, educators from around the world will discuss the most pressing issues in special and gifted education and share information in areas such as common core state standards; administration and supervision; autism spectrum disorders; emotional and behavior disorders and supports; instructional strategies for math, reading, and science; policy; technology; and response to intervention.

A Focus on PBIS/RTI and 4 Ways to Use Social Media Analytic Data to Measure Your Impact

My presentation is titled Measuring How School’s Use Social Media and the Web to Sustain PBIS/RTI and will be Friday, April 5th at 1:00 PM in Bridge Hall.

Abstract: Social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Polldaddy, Pinterest) are widely used in society, but what about in school? Our schools use the web to dynamically communicate about PBIS much like they previously used static bulletin boards. Come and learn tools, techniques, and links to enhance learning and connectedness.

Download Handout: 2013 CEC Poster

Feel free to Tweet a link to this page and handout or post to your Facebook or favorite social media channel!