3 Reasons You Should Follow Our AOP Schools Social Media

Posted on Thursday, April 18th, 2019

Did you know that AOP has Facebook and Twitter accounts dedicated to our Christian school community? If you’re not already following us, here are three reasons you should be.

1. Access to Empowering Information
Each week, our team of education specialists sifts through the overwhelming number of articles published by top thinkers in education to share with you the best and most relevant. Whether you’re considering flexible seating in your school or looking for a way to support your burnt-out teachers, our social media puts the tools in your hands to empower you to lead, direct, or teach to the absolute best of your ability.

2. Connection to a Like-minded Community
If you have ever felt alone in your Christian school endeavor, you are in good company. With the time demands of the education profession, it’s easy for Christian school employees to feel isolated or on their own.

Thankfully, through our social media, we are able to connect with a community of like-minded teachers and administrators. If you have a question, want advice, or simply want to know you’re not alone, your brothers and sisters in Christ, who are going through many of the same challenges as you are, are only a Facebook message or a tweet away!

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10).

3. Details about Professional Development
Each month, AOP hosts free online workshops with experts who cover important topics like mental health, bullying, budgeting, teaching practices, and much more. If you are an ACSI member, these webinars are especially important because they are ACSI approved. You receive 1 CEU for every 6 hours of direct instruction.

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