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.

Impero Software Announces New Version of its Flagship Product ? Impero Education Pro ? at ISTE 2018

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We are always looking for ways to improve upon Impero Education Pro’s functionality so that teachers, IT departments and administrators have an even better experience when using technology in their classrooms and buildings” said Richard Fuller, Impero CEO. “We Impero also offers Impero EdLink , a mobile device management tool to help schools manage one-to-one initiatives and BYOD programs.

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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 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.

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.