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The Parent/Teen Gap

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Carly Bailey

on 22 October 2015

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Transcript of The Parent/Teen Gap

The Parent/Teen Gap
The Role:
Teacher/ Student
-Follow all guidelines given by the teacher

-Use technology only when & how it is instructed by a teacher

-Be ready for consequences if you do not follow the guidelines
Negative Aspects of Social Media
Educate your child about the dangers of social media. Let them know what could happen and what they need to be careful about when going online. Let them know if you find out they are cyber bullying, or doing other negative things there will be consequences.
The Role:
Parents/ Children
-Educate children on dangers of the internet

-Set boundaries for the child

-Enforce rules -Trust to an extent

-Monitor child's internet use

The Role:
Parent/ Child
-Help parent set acceptable boundaries

-Don't go on sites out side of the boundaries

-Don't post thing your parents wouldn't approve of (allow parents to trust you)

-Be aware of dangers online

-If you break rules, be ready to face the consequences

Social Media: As a Parent
Social Media: Parents Role
As a parent you have to make the decision as to when your child is old enough to get social media. After you make that decision you should only be allowed access to their accounts if they get in trouble for doing something negative online. Have them write down their passwords and keep them unless you absolutely need them, the you can find them.
The Role:
Teacher/ Student
-Set clear guidelines for students to follow

-Alert students to the dangers they may encounter online

-Allow students to use technology for educational purposes in school

-Outline consequences if guidelines are no followed
What Age?:
Every child should be treated differently. When you feel they are mature enough to make decisions on their own, the they can have social media accounts.
Smart Phones: In the Classroom
- Have students place cell phones in numbered pockets (like the calculator holders) in the beginning of class

-Let students know when they are allowed to get up and use their phones for assignments (ie looking up words, turnitin.com)

-When students fail to follow the rules, they lose the opportunity to use their phones in class even for assignments
The Internet
-TRUST YOUR CHILD, by trusting them, they will come to you if they have problems

- If you intrude on your child, they will only begin to hide things from you because they are afraid of getting in trouble

-Get social media accounts and be friends with them so you can see what they post without getting their passwords

-Make an agreement which allows you to randomly check their accounts once a month, they provide the password
Cyberbullying, oversharing, and predators
Cyberbullying article: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/03/23/name-calling-in-the-virtual-playground/

Oversharing article: http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2013/08/19/oversharing_on_facebook_researchers_weigh_in.html

Predators article: http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2012-08-16/news/fl-internet-crimes-task-force-20120816_1_child-predators-internet-crimes-task-force
7-8 years: Computer for learning games
11-12 years: Cellphone, no internet
13-14 years: Smart phone, internet
13-15 years: Social Media accounts, monitoring outlined in other slides
16-18 years: On there own
Technology Timeline
Smart Phones: In the Classroom
Teachers Concerns:
-Students will play on their phones and not pay attention

-Students will not complete assignments
Carly Bailey
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