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How to craft useful, student-centered social media policies

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Every school and student and teacher population will require its own unique set of guidelines; these guidelines can vary significantly if you’re a one-to-one or BYOD school, or if you’re a public or private institution, for instance. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning.

How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

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Every school and student and teacher population will require its own unique set of guidelines; these guidelines can vary significantly if you’re a 1-to-1 or BYOD school, or if you’re a public or private institution, for instance. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning.

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How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

Graphite Blog

Every school and student and teacher population will require its own unique set of guidelines; these guidelines can vary significantly if you’re a 1-to-1 or BYOD school, or if you’re a public or private institution, for instance. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning.

How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

Graphite Blog

Every school and student and teacher population will require its own unique set of guidelines; these guidelines can vary significantly if you’re a 1-to-1 or BYOD school, or if you’re a public or private institution, for instance. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning.