Newsletters are effective communication mean that have not been given due importance in the last couple of decades. New business entities, however, are diverting their attention towards this magical marketing channel that has narrowed down the distances between stakeholders community significantly. These newsletters are not limited to the manufacturing business. Rather, they are now earning reputation in serving sector also. The education sector is one example. Teacher newsletters are not new and have been used by education sector community to share ideas and discuss latest educational related legislative changes.
If your university or college doesn’t have its teacher newsletter being published, you can initiate this idea. Writing genuinely interesting and creative newsletter is not a difficult task and requires focused attention. For teacher newsletter, it often sounds more thrilling to feature an article by a veteran or an experienced teacher who can speak at length about an emerging educational issue. As these unanswered questions strike in the mind of many teachers, such informative articles become a popular hit which everybody loves to twitter or tag. Make sure that these articles explain an issue in language which is literally sophisticated yet simpler to understand.
In your teachers’ newsletters you can also put together a list of informative websites related to research and educational topics that could be of any benefit for the instructors. These websites may be about how to plan course schedule or how to motivate a non-responsive child in class. You can also introduce a special corner where the interview of an instructor might be published so as to let other instructors know about him and develop a sense of familiarity.
Including in your newsletters a successful class project that one of the instructors may have completed last week can make it interesting. Newsletters are a challenge to your imaginative thinking and can be ultimate fun to design too.