It’s been a great winter. One to remember for sure. Which brings me to this column’s topic … how do you want your class, your school, our teaching profession to be remembered? We need to get the word out and promote all the positive lessons, events, successes, and happenings at our schools. There is a lot to be proud of and a lot of information to share with all our stakeholders.
Here are a few ideas to help you spread the good news.
There are many websites out there that can offer help. Two books you may find useful are: The Power of Branding : Telling Your School’s Story by Tony Sinanis and Joseph Sanfelippo and All Hands on Deck : Tools for Connecting Educators, Parents, and Communities by Brad Currie. Good luck telling your story … it is vital that we do. Please share/connect with me @vendi55 on Twitter.
Dean Vendramin. Educator for over 20 years. Currently Education Leader for Math/Science at Archbishop M.C. O'Neill Catholic High School. Have a passion for all things in education with emphasis on technology integration, assessment, professional development, and 21 Century Education. Posts are articles he has written for the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation monthly newsletter The Bulletin, Saskatchewan Math Teachers' Society The Variable, blog requests from memberships he is a part of, and his own thoughts.