Trust, Transparency & Twitter

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First, share your work. We embrace a show your work approach.

For this post, I’m sharing an example of a blog post I wrote about filming our live show at McFadden Intermediate with students as co-producers. This blog post was auto-shared to our Facebook Page for SAUSD Open Campus and auto-posted to my Twitter account. 

Next, respond to people who engage with you.

@Tylerdna asked a question and I pinged the principal twice (tagging his Twitter account in the reply, and then emailing him a heads up so he could reply).

Broaden the conversation and share information.

@tylerdna and @mcfaddenscots shared information about the 3D printers.

Being transparent and showing your work leads to sharing our stories of innovation, spreading vision, and collaborating on the work.

Stories like this remind me of my great, great grandfather and his desire to leave Germany for America – because he heard stories of the new land.

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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.
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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.

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