Learning to Listen Social Media Toolkit

Thank you for sharing information about Learning to Listen. This social media toolkit provides you with the resources, graphics, and language you can freely use to help spread the word about Learning to Listen on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. This toolkit will be updated frequently, so check www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/listeningtoolkit often for new things to share!

Here’s How

  • Use images, videos and materials to help your message stand out. Be creative to get extra visibility.
  • Use the hashtags #LearningtoListen, #Listeningforchange, #BTC, and #Conversationsforchange so others can join in the conversation.
  • In addition to hashtags, be sure to tag Brazelton Touchpoints Center @brazeltontouchpointscenter on Facebook, and on LinkedIn @brazeltontouchpointscenter
  • Tag friends and colleagues that you think would be interested in attending or sharing with their networks.
  • Enjoyed the webinars? Post a review on Facebook encouraging other to attend the upcoming dates.
  • Use Brazelton Touchpoints Center logos and graphics.
  • Make sure to direct people to the event webpage: www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/listening

Social Media Toolkit Resources

Sample Social Media Posts and Graphics (updated October 18, 2019)

Social Media Sample Posts

Learning to Listen Graphic I 

Learning to Listen Graphic II

Learning to Listen Graphic III

Learning to Listen Graphic IV

Speaker Headshots

Sherry Turkle, PhD

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, EdD

Kyle Pruett, MD

Videos

Learning to Listen Series Trailer (posted August 14, 2019)

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot Trailer(posted October 16, 2019)

Website

Website Banner

Brazelton Touchpoints Center Logos

BTC Logo Transparent Background

BTC Logo Horizontal Type

BTC Logo White Type

Newsletter Materials

Graphic with Speakers Headshots

Banner with Speakers Headshots

Learning to Listen Archives

Fall 2019 Videos

Sherry Turkle Webcast (posted September 25, 2019)

Sherry Turkle Highlight Video (posted September 11, 2019)

Spring 2019 Videos

The Earliest Conversations: How babies learn language with the people who love them – Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, PhD (posted June 5, 2019)

Listen With More Than Our Ears: Helping children through simple, ordinary interactions – Junlei Li, PhD (posted May 21, 2019)

Learning to Listen to Fear: How to help young children heal from the unspeakable – Alicia Lieberman, PhD (posted April 18, 2019)

Social Media Posts

Sherry Turkle Posts

 

Contact Kayla Savelli at kayla.savelli@childrens.harvard.edu with any questions.

 

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