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Social Media Classroom

Presentation for School Communities on Social Media Awareness

Matt Albert

on 22 August 2014

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Transcript of Social Media Classroom

Keep this in mind:
- Inform...
- Create...
- Communicate...
- Collaborate...
- Socialize...
- Connect...

Remember we are no longer limited by the four walls of your home!
How do you plan to contribute to Social Media in a positive way?
How do you grow and learn with them?
You will be able to inform, create, collaborate and communicate safely using Social Media. By exploring and educating your children and yourself with the many different tools at your disposal you will be a savvy responsible Social Media Family.
The Social Lives Of Our Networked Youth
How can we stop them?
What do people want to accomplish with
Social Media?
Elementary School
Level 1:
Inform about the internet
Provide simple and informed rules
Provide the parameters for growth
Teach kids about being Present

Level 2:
"Going places safely"
Common Sense Media Lesson Plan

Level 3:
Step up building blocks for Social Media Identity. (Edomodo, Personal Blog using Kidsblog or Blogger, Youtube Channels.)
Fact 2: Know yourself
Fact 3: Know your audience
How do we use Social Media?
Character Select
High School

Level 1:
Be Informed about the Social Media apps and what they want to accomplish.

Level 2:
Be able to Produce their work online
(Tumblr, Blogs, Edomodo, Diigo)

Level 3:
Create their own Social Media Identity
(Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Personal Youtube Channel and Pinterest)

Level 4:
Communicate globally through a Social Media Identity (Developing a well informed Personal Learning Community)
Level 1: Be informed about what your children wish to accomplish. Have the talk.

Make a Family Media Agreement!

Level 2: Be able to view your child's produced work safely and securely.

Level 3: Be able to positively reflect and create their own Social Media Identity

Level 4: Communicate to your community about what you and your child are accomplishing.
Do you ever Google Yourself?
Take Ownership in Establishing your Social Media Identity.
Bonus Material:
How are our students acting socially responsible using social media?


LBPSB Digital Citizenship Program

School Events

Talk to your school about having a "professional" photographer for events.

Make sure that you put signs up at the entrance of events telling parents and students about your media rules.

Have a sticker or pass students and parents can wear indicating that they do not wish their picture to be taken or used publicly.

Establish a program specific Facebook/Blog or Web page to store photos so that they can be accessed by the public.
Family Media Agreement

"How are we doing as a family with our use of media?"

"What should our rules be for use of media during the school week?"

"Are weekends and holidays different?"

"What happens when something goes wrong, such as breaking a family agreement or doing something inappropriate with media?

"What happens when you go to a home with a different set of rules?"

"If someone is disrespecting you online: Stop, Copy, Block and Report."
Whatever you post online is NEVER private
What did you find?
You need to be an Active Informed Role Model for your child!
We all need to begin to think differently about how we use the web
Does your school have a Social Media Agreement or policy?

If not maybe it's time to have the talk with your school?
Matthew Albert
Sorry, we will not be stopping them but we can start educating ourselves and talking to them.
Always double check the type of pictures you post online.
"Teens are not addicted to social media. They are addicted to each other."
Your child on holiday with no wi-fi
Why is bullying more common online?
What do my kids do online all day?

What Elementary school kids do online?
Google Alerts
What are Google alerts and how can they help?
What is tumblr and what do teens do on it?
Tumblr is a venue to express their emotions
Tumblr is a medium for pop-culture
Tumblr allows for space to explore and create
Tumblr is the diary for self-expression

What are some of the challenges
we face with social media?

1. It is illegal to distribute or have in your possession a naked photograph of a minor.

2. Whatever you post online is never private and can be cut, pasted, altered and sent around.
Fast Facts:
3. You have the power to help stop negativity.
Being Present and Being a Role Model.
Be Aware you are leaving a digital footprint.
Stop, Copy, Block and Tell
By being careful of what you post online.
Always check your Privacy Settings
What is an internet troll?
Why do people troll?
Speak to your child about trolling.
Being Anonymous is what gives people the power to say whatever they want to say.

Does not mean we have to listen or engage.

They are fueled by the arguments that are made.
What Apps to watch out for?
What to watch out for about Instagram?
Anyone logged into Instagram can view your photos
Instagram reveals your location
It is not moderated
To tweet or not to tweet
There is a 24 hour/7 day a week conversation happening all the time. When will you jump in?
Building a network of classmates and friends that can find a bunch of information for themselves.
Tweeting cool stuff like new stories, videos, music and links to finish their homework or waste time.
Read stupid things celebrities tweet.
Only 42% of Twitter users actually tweet.
Social Media is not the problem.
We just need to have "the talk"...
Starting the conversation
What to do?
Talk to your teen about "Sexting" and explain your feelings towards it in a non-confrontational way.
"Sexting" can have deep psychological and legal consequences so talk in a calm and relaxed setting.
What are teens doing online?
What are the big four?


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