A Picture is Worth A 1000 Words” – Fred R. Barnard.

Georgia Elementary Principal, Steve Emery wanted his teachers to be able tell their story on Georgia Elementary’s Facebook Page. To accomplish this goal, he provided a new system where teachers can submit images of the amazing learning going on in their classrooms. Now, teachers have a more direct approach to share the engaging lessons and activities with our community.

Since the elementary school has adopted this new approach, the Facebook page has had a definite increase of interactions with the community. Since the start of the new program on September 23, the total views of the page has increased from 30 to over 100.

And the story is spreading! As a result, the number of likes has increased as well. In the past 30 days, there have been an additional 27 likes

Due to the positive response, this program will soon be opened up to the Middle School Teachers as well.

If you have not already done so, go check out the Facebook page and join in to listen to our story. You will like what you see.

Angelique Fairbrother is the Digital Learning Coach at Franklin West Supervisory Union. She is a regular contributor to THE FWSU STORY. You can follow her on Twitter @FWSUtech.

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