Leveraging Social Media to Transform Your Middle School
Presenter: Marlena Gross-Taylor
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 4:00p ET
Join AMLE and Marlena Gross-Taylor as we gain a deeper understanding of the impact social media has made on education. Learn how to leverage social media tools to increase student engagement in classrooms, develop global perspective in students, effectively brand your school, personalize teacher professional development and promote family and community involvement.
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Educational Leader. Questioner. Writer. Speaker. Marlena Gross-Taylor is a dedicated and successful K-12 administrator with proven track record of improving educational and operational performance through vision, strategic planning, leadership and team building. She is also an educational consultant and founder of #principalroundtable which she created to further support educational leaders. A Nashville transplant originally from southern Louisiana, Marlena's educational experience spans several states allowing her to have served K-12 students in both rural and urban districts. She has been recognized as a middle school master teacher and served as an administrator at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Because of her sound knowledge of both elementary and secondary education, Marlena has broad-based experience creating and implementing dynamic interactive programs to attain district goals while leveraging her flexibility, resourcefulness, organizational and interpersonal skills to foster learning through a positive, encouraging environment. Marlena's professional development expertise has garnered both state and national attention most recently serving as a Summer Leadership Institute Faculty Member of the Association of Middle Level Educators (AMLE). As a proud Louisiana State University alumni, she is committed to excellence and believes all students can achieve.