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Social Remediation

By Professor Peter Sutton, Andrew Hughes

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Format: Paperback, 138 pages
Other Information: , colour illustrations
Published In: United States, 29 February 2016
Is your school ...

  • Celebrating the daily achievements of staff and students?
  • Building connections with the wider community?
  • Monitoring its online presence across web channels?
  • Using social media tools to get better classroom outcomes?
  • Aware of its online risk profile and the steps it should take to minimise harm on social media?
Or simply not thriving online with a buzzing and active school community?

Many schools have built an online presence without a long-term vision of what they want to achieve or without taking the strategic steps necessary to get the full support of their community.

If your school is already "officially" online, there is a strong likelihood that it is not getting the most out of its efforts. If your school is not officially online, it is running a very real risk of reputation damage while missing out on the massive benefits that this exciting space can bring to the field of education.

Social Remediation is the culmination of five years of work with schools across the globe to take social media out of the realm of marketing and promotion and into one of community building, engagement and celebration.

Peter Sutton and Andrew Hughes pull no punches in their insightful commentary on the use of social media in schools. Their true-to-life examples highlight the imperative for school leaders and their communities to work with, and not against, the powerful tools at their disposal. Understanding how to do so is key. Peter and Andrew provide practical advice and strategies to support schools in maximising the positive and combating the negative potential of social media.

Pam Ryan, author of Leadership in Education: Learning from Experience,

A significant and positive piece of work to help schools develop innovative and authentic learning strategies

Ron Smith, Teaching and Learning Team, Catholic Education Office Sydney

Social Remediation is filled with case studies, strategies, starting points and processes to enable any educational institution to move forward confident that they will thrive and survive in the ever changing world of social media.

Barry Foster, Former Director of Specialist Units, NSW Department of Education

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Peter Sutton and Andrew Hughes pull no punches in their insightful commentary on the use of social media in schools. Their true-to-life examples highlight the imperative for school leaders and their communities to work with, and not against, the powerful tools at their disposal. Understanding how to do so is key. Peter and Andrew provide practical advice and strategies to support schools in maximising the positive and combating the negative potential of social media. - Pam Ryan, author of Leadership in Education: Learning from Experience, A significant and positive piece of work to help schools develop innovative and authentic learning strategies - Ron Smith, Teaching and Learning Team, Catholic Education Office Sydney Social Remediation is filled with case studies, strategies, starting points and processes to enable any educational institution to move forward confident that they will thrive and survive in the ever changing world of social media. - Barry Foster, Former Director of Specialist Units, NSW Department of Education

EAN: 9780994478900
ISBN: 0994478909
Publisher: Kai Ming Press
Dimensions: 23.39 x 15.6 x 0.97 centimeters (0.22 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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