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Talk the Talk: Communications Planning for Innovation in Education - A Webinar

By: Education Elements on November 7th, 2018

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Talk the Talk: Communications Planning for Innovation in Education - A Webinar

Personalized Learning  |  Leadership

As we work with schools and policy-makers to successfully implement student-centered learning models, we often hear concerns around building community support. Time and again we come back to the idea that communicating to others the why, the how, the what, and the when is key to a successful and sustainable transition to new, innovative learning environments. We also nearly always come back to the challenge that knowing communications is important is one thing, but doing it effectively is another thing entirely.

As a result, we have released two papers, respectively in collaboration with The Learning Accelerator in 2017, and with ExcelinEd in early 2018.

In order to help districts better communicate with their stakeholders about their innovative initiatives, Amy Jenkins and Kira Keane are collaborating to present a webinar:

TALK THE TALK:
Communications Planning for Innovation in Education

Hosted by the Principal Center, this webinar will take place on Thursday November 15th, 2018, 3:00pm EST / 2:00pm CST / 12:00pm PST. 

In this webinar, you'll get expert tips and tools for communications planning, as well as real-world examples from districts across the country that are implementing blended and personalized learning.

You will:

  • Learn how to foster a culture of communication that helps build support for your innovative programs
  • Learn how to identify your key audiences and the best messengers for communicating with those audiences
  • Hear the latest national message testing results on which language helps parents and families understand new initiatives and programs
  • Discover dozens of examples of communications tactics from real districts that worked, which you can implement in your district
  • Understand that whether you are at the beginning of your journey, or well on your way innovating in your classrooms, it is never too late to build a communications strategy that will help you achieve your learning goals for your students

Register for the webinar

Eager to learn more about the topic, and want to get a taste of what this webinar will teach you? Check out this podcast by the webinar presenters, Amy and Kira: Strategic Communications for Families & Stakeholders.

  

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