2021 Summit Presenter Outreach Kit

We are excited that you will be a part of the Summit program this year! To promote your presentation, we have developed graphics, event descriptions, email text, and social media sample posts and tips. Please review the outreach kit below for details.

What: 2021 Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education
When: April 19–28, 2021 (Summit On-Demand Week April 19-23, Pre-Conferences April 25, Summit Live 26-28)
Where: Virtually via Zoom
Event Hashtag: #CarnegieSummit2021

Have a question? Contact Emily Supple, supple@carnegiefoundation.org.


Summit Presenter Graphics for Social Media

Click on the images below to download Summit presenter social media graphics to your computer. Post these graphics to inform your online networks that you will be presenting at the virtual 2021 Carnegie Summit on Improvement in Education.  When posting, please include the event hashtag (#CarnegieSummit2021) in your posts so we can engage with your content and add the following link to each post: https://carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit.

Note: The image dimensions are optimized for Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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Social Media

Twitter

Tips:

  • Keep tweets between 120-130 characters so that others can respond or re-tweet.
  • Use the Summit hashtag #CarnegieSummit2021.
  • Whenever possible, tag the Carnegie Foundation in your tweets at @CarnegieFdn.
  • Use the social media graphics for presenters that we created.
  • Let your followers know your session or poster title and why you’re excited to share your work, and invite them to join you at Summit to learn more.
  • If applicable, tag fellow presenters and organizations that are involved in your work.
  • Retweet @CarnegieFdn posts related to Summit.

Sample tweets:

Want to challenge the status quo in education? Join me at #CarnegieSummit2021! @CarnegieFdn.  carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit

Join the #improvementscience community! Register to attend #CarnegieSummit2021. @CarnegieFdn. carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit

I’ll be presenting at #CarnegieSummit2021 virtually! Register to learn about my work! @CarnegieFdn. carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit

I’ll be presenting a poster session at #CarnegieSummit2021 virtually! Sign up to learn about my work! @CarnegieFdn. carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit

LinkedIn and Facebook

Tips:

  • Keep your posts short and sweet.
  • Include a Summit presenter social media graphic.
  • Use the Summit hashtag #CarnegieSummit2021.
  • Tag the Carnegie Foundation in your posts at @Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching so we can engage with your content.
  • Explain a little bit about your session or poster work and why you’re excited to share your work at the Summit. Pro tip: Pull some language from your session or poster description on the Carnegie Foundation website!
  • If applicable, tag fellow presenters and organizations that are involved in your work.
  • Share @Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching posts related to Summit with your social media networks.
  • Urge readers to take a specific action by using action words in your post, such as “like,” “share,” and “explore.”
  • Ask questions and solicit the input of others to keep the dialogue going.

Sample posts:

I’ll be presenting virtually on [session topic] at the annual @Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Summit on Improvement in Education, April 19–28, 2021. Join me and other education innovators to tackle the most pressing problems facing the field of education. #CarnegieSummit2021 carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit

Interested in learning how to improve teaching and learning in your school or community? Join me at the annual @Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Summit on Improvement in Education April 19–28, 2021. I’ll be presenting virtually on [session topic]. #CarnegieSummit2021  carnegie.staging.rygn.io/2021Summit


Full Text and Short Text Descriptions

These descriptions can be adapted for newsletters, emails, social media, etc.

Full Text

The Carnegie Foundation’s eighth annual Summit on Improvement in Education will be held virtually on April 19–28, 2021. The Summit draws more than 2,000 of the best minds at the vanguard of improving education.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Anthony S. Bryk, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  • Timothy Knowles, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  • Bob Hughes, K-12 Education Director, Bill & Melinda Gates foundation
  • Anna Deavere Smith, Playwright, Actor, and Educator

Choose from 80 live breakout sessions, 50 pre-recorded sessions, and more than 35 posters led by practitioners, policymakers, and education innovators in order to:

  • Learn new skills and tools such as measurement for improvement, empathy tools and techniques, data visualization, coaching inquiry cycles, and leading improvement reviews;
  • Get all the practical takeaways you need on initiating and growing networks, setting up a network hub for success, network leadership, and measuring network health; and
  • Discover how practitioners and organizations are applying principles of networked improvement science to achieve better educational outcomes, and hear lessons learned from leaders who have taken on improvement work.

Make connections and join the largest—and growing—community of educators, researchers, innovators, and policymakers dedicated to challenging the status quo and changing how the education field learns to improve.

Short Text

The Carnegie Foundation’s eighth annual Summit on Improvement in Education, scheduled April 19–28, 2021, draws more than two thousand of the best minds at the vanguard of improving education. This event provides a singular opportunity to expand your knowledge of the principles, skills, and tools of networked improvement science in order to address complex problems in education. Come to participate in the largest—and growing—community of educators, researchers, innovators, and policymakers dedicated to challenging the status quo and changing how the education field learns to improve.