Over Communicate Part II

It has been four months since we officially launched the FWSU Blog. The goal of our blog is to over-communicate information about teaching and learning throughout all of our schools with a specific focus on our Action Plan. Since our first post, we have had almost 3,000 views! And we average well over a 100 views per day. Readers from countries all around the world have viewed our blog.

But our goal is to expand this communication to reach even more of our FWSU community!

We invite you to stay connected with us through our website, Twitter and Facebook.

To make sure you don’t miss out on any of our blog content, you can signup to have posts emailed directly to your inbox. To do this, click here to go to our blog, enter your email address in the right hand menu under “Follow The Blog”, and click “Follow”. You will then receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription. It’s easy!

Share your feedback with us and please help us spread the word!

2 thoughts on “Over Communicate Part II

  1. I am not convinced it is possible to “over communicate” information to our school and community. It is insulting to insinuate that our community doesn’t deserve all possible information through a variety of communication vehicles. I enjoy seeing the information and successes but please do not suggest that there could ever be too much or that you are doing more than you need to.


  2. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on our post. With new communication technologies and social media tools, we are now providing information to the public in ways we never were able to do before. We hope to continue to highlight the success of our teachers and learners.


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