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Teens + Tech = ?*&%$@!?
Transcript of Teens + Tech = ?*&%$@!?
Student research is incredibly shallow. They tend to click on the first two or three hits pulled up in a search and look no further. Students think school is boring and has no relationship to their "real " lives. Preparing our students to be responsible and successful citizens in our technology-saturated world. Teens & Technology Overcoming the Obstacles Not protecting personal information and photos can lead to being tracked online by strangers (as well as advertisers). Our students technology! BUT they are NOT as tech-savvy as they think! http://www.commonsensemedia.org/teen-social-media-infographic To the just plain mean... Roughly one in three online teens (30%) reports sharing one of their passwords with a friend, boyfriend, or girlfriend. While passwords may be guarded closely by some youth, password sharing among peers can be a sign of trust and intimacy. Few teens say they have sent sexually suggestive images or videos, but 1 in 6 say they have received them. SOURCE: Pew Internet and American Life Project SOURCE: Tech Tidbits from the Guybrarian and His Gal: Shallow Research
By Phil Goerner, teacher librarian, Silver Creek High School, Longmont CO and Krista Brakhage, teacher librarian, Poudre High School, Fort Collins CO on January 1, 2012. Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives
A Common Sense Media Research Study
June 26, 2012 http://www.npr.org/2013/01/07/168812354/online-shaming-a-new-level-of-cyberbullying-for-girls http://inanimatealice.com/ http://chs.cashion.k12.ok.us/?PageName=Library&Page=Links http://easybib.com/ Close to half of online teens (44%) admit to lying about their age at one time or another so they could access a website or sign up for an online account. Prove them wrong! http://tweentribune.com/teen http://time.com http://www.edmodo.com/home#/ http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/11/introducing-primary-source-analysis-to-students/ http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/10/common-core-state-standards-and-library-of-congress-teacher-resources-find-lesson-plans-and-more-that-meet-your-ccss-needs/ http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2013/01/get-to-know-the-new-congress-right-from-the-source/ http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/12/its-snowing-plowing-ahead-with-primary-sources-from-the-library-of-congress/ Teens, kindness and cruelty on social network sites Nov 9, 2011by Amanda Lenhart, Mary Madden, Aaron Smith, Kristen Purcell, Kathryn Zickuhr, Lee Rainie. http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Teens-and-social-media/Part-2/Section-1.aspx