Social Media Here are some ways you can harness the power of social media to get the #lesstesting message out to the world. Change your profile picture on Facebook or Twitter to the Less Testing, More Learning avatar. (Right click on the image to save it and then upload it to your social media site of choice.) Add a #lesstesting avatar to your FB profile picture. Tweet your legislator: A list of representatives and senators on Twitter and sample tweets are here. New to Twitter? Here’s how to open a Twitter account. Remember to add the hashtag #lesstesting to your posts so that they can be seen by a wider audience. Use the #lesstesting hashtag when you are posting insights or articles about high-stakes standardized tests. Pass it on. Search for the #lesstesting hashtag on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook posts and then share your favorites. Like and share from our social media sites. The MTA is on Facebook at facebook.com/massteacher, Twitter at twitter.com/massteacher and Instagram at instagram.com/massteacher. (All of MTA’s social media sites are listed at massteacher.org/interact.) MTA on Instagram Wow! Just wow. We're digging through tons and tons of photos of educators, parents, kids and community folks wearing yellow #lesstesting stickers. A science teacher wore it on a field trip with first-graders to explore tide pools; a graduate stuck it on her mortar board; and a foreign language teacher translated "Less Testing/More Learning" into Latin. From silly to sweet to serious, all delivered the same message: It's time to stop the testing madness -- #highstakestesting is hurting our students and our schools. A photo posted by Massachusetts Teachers Assn (@massteacher) on Jun 8, 2015 at 1:56pm PDT For more resources, check out our High-Stakes Testing toolkit.