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Classroom Communications

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Nicole Kirby

on 9 December 2014

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Transcript of Classroom Communications

Classroom Communications
Communication Process
1. Research
2. Planning
3. Implementation
4. Evaluation
Research
What are you trying to accomplish?
Who is your audience?
What does your audience want?
How does your audience like to communicate?
What does your audience want to know?
Planning
How will you communicate?
How often will you communicate?
How much does your plan cost?
What are your key messages?
Implementation
Is your message targeted at your audience?
Is your communication user-friendly?
Does your communication reflect well on you and your school?
Evaluation
Did you accomplish your goals?
How do you know?
What will you do differently next time?
What They Want to Know:
Financial transparency
Capital improvement updates
Comparison data
Crisis response and safety
Kids’ faces
Kids’ names
Academics
Student activities
Calendar items
How Community Gets Info:
1. Friends and neighbors
2. Park Hill Progress newsletter
3. The Kansas City Star
4. Local TV news
5. First Hand email newsletter
6. School newsletters
7. Teachers
8. Administration
9. District website
10. Platte County Citizen
Communication Ideas:
Phone calls
Meetings
Events
Emails
Letters
Newsletters
Video
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Writing for Mass Communications:
Inverted pyramid
Show, don't tell
Muscular verbs
Storytelling
Write tight
No educationese
Mechanics
Basic Design:
Dominance
White space
Consistency
Possible Measures:
Attendance
Compliance
Feedback
Click rates and impressions
Nicole Kirby, Director of Communication Services
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