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Communication in schools has never been this chaotic, and social platforms engineered for addiction are not the solution.

Jodi Fox // Mother, Teacher, and founder of Flathat

STEP ONE

COMMITMENT TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION

This typically starts at the superintendent or principal level, or with a technology officer within a university. 

STEP TWO

ADMINISTRATOR  DASHBOARD

Admins are given a dashboard with messaging capabilities across the entire ecosystem as well as analytics for the platform. Classes, clubs and teams are populated along with students. Rules and privileges are set for each user level.

STEP THREE

TEACHERS, COACHES & CLUB LEADERS GET ON BOARD

Teachers and other channel masters create profiles, welcome messages and rules for their channels. Assignments are typically linked to an existing learning management system but can be authored within Flathat. 

STEP FOUR

BRING ON THE STUDENTS!

With classes and groups already populated and limited data requirements from students, the onboarding for students and their parents is fluid. They will land on their school's social feed and find their groups easy to find and access. 

STEP FIVE

CELEBRATE AND ADVOCATE

Take pride in sharing with all stakeholders that your school provides a safe, discrete social network and the power of collaboration within groups. Elegantly simple, this is exactly what school systems need to modernize communication and lift the quality of education.