I'm excited to bring you this series of shows about Facebook for School Leaders.  Often school leaders are charged with maintaining the school's Facebook Page with little or no training, but I'm here to help. 

This series will get you started, and I'll be releasing a course to dive deeper into these topics in the near future.  In the meantime, do not hesitate to reach out to me at missy@melissaemler.com.

You may also want to check out my show with Andrea from Social School 4 Edu.  She's great, and she has lots of tips too.

Facebook For School Leaders

facebook for school leaders

Using social media, and Facebook specifically, in schools has gone from taboo to necessary in a very short amount of time, and the truth is most school leaders are not trained on how to “do social”.  This post aims to support school leaders as you try to embrace social media to tell your school’s story.…

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Facebook For School Leaders: Sharing the Load

facebook for school leaders

In the first show of the Facebook For School Leaders series, I shared with you the three ways to engage in Facebook.  Most familiar was probably the personal timeline and news feed.  This is where you connect with your family and friends and maybe the Pages from some of your favorite brands or celebrities.  I…

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Facebook For Schools Leaders: Analytics

facebook for school leaders

This is part 3 of a 4 part Facebook for Schools series.  In part 1, I discussed the ways to engage with Facebook for your school (personal pages, groups, and pages).  Part 2 was all about who can post and when to post.  Today, I’m going to talk about how to use your analytics to…

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Facebook For School Leaders-Content Creation

facebook for school leaders

If you are the lucky one who has the responsibility of posting to your classroom, school, or district Facebook page, you likely spend time wondering what the heck to post.  You might even wake up in a cold sweat wondering if you posted anything the previous day or beating yourself up because you didn’t post…

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