December 7, 2021 & January 11, 2022

Five Keys to Social Media Success in 21-22 (Two Part Series)

Professional Development Webinar
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 & Tuesday, January 11, 2022 (two part series)
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Series Overview

My, how things have changed regarding school social media! While navigating the negativity can drain your energy, there is still so much to celebrate. Grab a pep talk from School PR’s biggest cheerleader, Andrea Gribble. She’ll break down five prove strategies for social media success this school year. You’ll learn:

  • How to build an army of storytellers without spending a dime
  • Easy ways to save time
  • How to plan your content
  • How to boost engagement
  • The latest social trends to help you thrive


MINNDEPENDENT Members: Free (click here to see a list of MINNDEPENDENT members)
Nonmembers: $75 per session (Check with your LEA about using Title funds for registration)

Click here to register

Andrea Gribble, Founder of #SocialSchool4EDU

Andrea’s passion is helping schools recognize their daily awesomeness and sharing that story with the world. She’s built a team that celebrates hundreds of schools across the country! #SocialSchool4EDU provides full social media management, offers an intensive Social Media Bootcamp, and runs a vibrant online community that provides ongoing professional development for school social media champions.

October 28 & November 11, 2021

Technology is not Neutral

Professional Development Webinar
Thursday October 28 & Thursday November 11, 2021 (two part series)
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

Series Overview

Technology today is evolving more rapidly than our ability to recognize and understand its long-term impact on our schools and our children. Technology creates unprecedented opportunities while many features are designed to keep us tethered to our digital devices, without regard to how addictive features impact wellbeing, especially for children and young people. In this workshop, we will address the effects that the overuse and misuse of technology has on five dimensions of student wellbeing. This illuminating and interactive workshop will provide an overview of the complexities of the digital world for teenagers, parents, and schools. The voices of young people will be woven into the workshop. We will consider immediate solutions to begin the initial steps toward addressing this complex issue and toward creating and sustaining a Digital Wellbeing culture. The outcomes from the workshop will include the following:

  • Increased awareness of persuasiv