Some Guidelines for Using Twitter

ProfHacker

Every year makes it a little clearer that Twitter and Facebook are probably a little more interested in advertising revenue than they are in shutting down–heck, even mildly alleviating–abuse. Profession Software Uncategorized Wellness Facebook social media Twitter

Guidelines for Setting Up a Facebook Page for Your School

The Innovative Educator

Note: Following this process you will not need to set up a Facebook profile for the page you are administering

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A secret Facebook group for encouraging teachers

The Cornerstone for Teachers

But there’s a setting for Facebook groups called “secret,” which means no one outside the group can read what’s posted there. And that means the Encouraging Teachers Facebook group is a private, closed space for sharing teaching ideas and collaborating.

5 Guidelines for Rational School Leader Response to Social Media Issues

The 21st Century Principal

This Winston-Salem Journal Editorial “More Education, Guidelines Needed for Officials, Students on Social Media and School Security,” makes the usual call for more rules and education about improper use of social media. The scenario described in the Winston-Salem Journal , states that a 16-year old student used another student’s Facebook page to pose a threat to students and staff at her high school. The issue was not whether the threat was communicated through Facebook or not.

5 Best Practices to Consider When Using Facebook with Students

The Innovative Educator

Before you get started, consult with your school or district to find out their guidelines and policies and keep these best practices in mind. Facebook in education social media social media in education

How Instagram, Facebook and Twitter Foster Digital Citizenship & Safety

Gaggle Speaks

While the photos and videos have not been deemed to violate Instagram’s rules or guidelines, they’ve been recognized as sensitive and will require additional action by the end user to be viewed. Be sure to visit Facebook’s Safety Center for information on its safety policies, tools and resources that are available to the public. ” How Instagram, Facebook and Twitter Foster Digital Citizenship & Safety Click To Tweet.

9 Keys For Successfully Using Facebook to Connect Educators: #ISTE17 Presentation

The Innovative Educator

This year at #ISTE17 I had the opportunity to share with those at conference, and those around the world (via livestream), nine keys we’ve discovered from years of moderating a powerful group for #NYCSchoolsTech educators on Facebook. Have clear, simple guidelines.

3 Easy Things to Do with Your School or District's Facebook Page

The 21st Century Principal

The negative press about educators'' indescretions in Facebook posting is enough to send the 21st century school leader running in the opposite direction when someone talks about engaging in the use that media for school communication. But once a school leader gets beyond the fear, there are three good reasons to use Facebook to communicate with the larger community and the world. Facebook is the perfect medium to announce what is happening in your school or district.

From Banning to Embracing Social Media: #GovTechLive Names #NYCSchoolsTech Facebook Group & Twitter Chat Best in NYC

The Innovative Educator

We started by developing guidelines "with" students and staff and offered related learning opportunities throughout the year. For us that was Facebook. Despite the fact that Facebook was blocked in many schools in the past, this is where our teachers were and still are.

Commenting Turn Offs On Facebook - 6 Strategies To Keep In Mind

The Innovative Educator

If you participate in groups on Facebook, or elsewhere, you’ve no doubt seen some conversations go off the rails. In the groups I moderate these days there are pretty clear guidelines.

Top 10 Social Networking Guidelines for Educators Who Wish to Keep Their Career Intact

EdTechSandyK

I put this together about two months ago at the request of some educational technology professionals I know who were curious about boundaries when it comes to what to post and do on social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook. 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know [link] How To Be Safe Online (MySpace) CBS News Video [link] MySpace Safety Tips and Settings [link] 2. Keeping Face on Facebook: CBS News Video [link] Everyone Video from the Ad Council [link] 3.

Friday 5 — 4.14.2017

Perry Hewitt

Facebook’s AI assistant, M, is now rolling out in Messenger with features like sticker, polls, and payment. This excerpt from a new book offers guidelines and considerations when designing for this large and growing population. Friday Five AI content design facebook Friday5 google+ tools uxWhile some are underwhelmed , others see this start with a limited number of functions as a step to broader AI capabilities.

3 Ways to Thank Administrators

The CoolCatTeacher

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5 Ways to Improve Relevance in Our Classrooms Now

The CoolCatTeacher

Go to www.ToyotaDreamCarUSA.com/CoolCat to download artwork guidelines, an entry form, official rules, and the lesson plan today. Blog: denissheeran.com Twitter: @ mathdenisnj Facebook: [link] Instagram: @ mathdenisnj Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored podcast episode.”

Merging Classrooms: How I Shared My Students with a Class in Egypt

The CoolCatTeacher

What are some guidelines for facilitating global competency and awareness? Join the Every Classroom Matters Awesome Educators Network on Facebook. Every Classroom Matters episode 214 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter.

Math Problems that Unlock Student Thinking

The CoolCatTeacher

Go to www.ToyotaDreamCarUSA.com/CoolCat to download artwork guidelines, an entry form, official rules, and the lesson plan today.

What’s all the buzz about Messenger Kids?

Ask a Tech Teacher

Until the iconic Facebook platform came up with what they call Messenger Kids. Authenticate your child’s device using your Facebook login. This will not create a Facebook account for your child. Parental controls are available in the Parent Portal in your main Facebook app.

Creating Social Media Guidelines.The Handout

The Web20Classroom

Over the past few weeks I have been working on a project for Edutopia and Facebook Education to develop a set of steps to follow when developing social media guidelines in your school or district. There are some simple, yet necessary steps that are important for the implementation of such guidelines. What steps have you taken to create social media guidelines in your school or district?

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

Ask a Tech Teacher

Cyberbullying occurs on not just social media like Twitter, Facebook, and topical forums, but multiplayer games and school discussion boards. You can find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles that offer advice, resources, and more from parents and experts.

Do Tech Companies Need To Step Up Their Accessibility Game?

The Innovative Educator

Facebook Facebook is a bit better. Facebook has work to do in their accessibility game. Instagram Facebook purchased Instagram, so it's no surprise, that they also auto generate text that can be customized.

New Posted Resources 03/20/2012

The Web20Classroom

Googlios tags: google ePortfolio googleapps favorite What can Twitter do for your school?

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Remind Takes Student and Stakeholder Engagement to a New Level

A Principal's Reflections

For more great resources and support from the Remind team, you can always get in touch with them on Twitter or Facebook. We all know Remind as a safe way for teachers to send one-way messages to students and parents.

Why Social Media Education Is Needed In Schools

User Generated Education

As teens, my peers and I feel the constant need to stay connected to everyone around us, and the main way of doing this is through apps like Instagram and Facebook. Getting a large amount of likes on a photo posted on Instagram or Facebook secures your status.

The 3 Most Popular Posts Innovative Educators Are Reading

The Innovative Educator

Taking the top spot for the first time is Guidelines for Setting Up a School Facebook Page. The post explains how to get started in setting up a Facebook Page and includes screenshots and advice from Darlynn Alfalla who shares the settings she used for her school page. Entry Pageviews Guidelines for Setting Up a Facebook Page for Your. If you haven’t been keeping up with The Innovative Educator, don’t worry. That’s what this wrap up is for.

A Wrap Up Of Day 1 At #FETC

The Web20Classroom

Creating Student and Teacher Friendly Social Media Guidelines-Steven Anderson This was my session from today. I wanted to share the methods I have found with other schools and districts in creating positive social media guidelines and best practices. The article I wrote for Edutopia and Facebook Sample Social Media Guidelines and Best Practices That was Day 1.

10 Ways to Use Twitter in Class

Ask a Tech Teacher

Before unpacking Twitter in your classroom, here are a few guidelines: Clear its use with your administration.

The 3 Most Popular Posts Innovative Educators Are Reading

The Innovative Educator

Next up is Guidelines for Setting Up a School Facebook Page. The post explains how to get started in setting up a Facebook Page and includes screenshots and advice from Darlynn Alfalla who shares the settings she used for her school page. Oct 18, 2016, 6 comments 3502 Guidelines for Setting Up a Facebook Page for Your. If you haven’t been keeping up with The Innovative Educator, don’t worry. That’s what this wrap up is for.

Giveaway: New Teacher Chat 5th Year Birthday! #ntchat

Teaching With Soul

Giveaway Guidelines- Please read carefully: Give a Like to New Teacher Chat on Facebook. Winner will be announced Wednesday May 13 on Twitter with the #ntchat hashtag after the chat and on the New Teacher Chat Facebook page !

9 Resources for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

Ask a Tech Teacher

Cyberbullying occurs on not just social media like Twitter, Facebook, and topical forums, but multiplayer games and school discussion boards. You can find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles that offer advice, resources, and more from parents and experts.

Learning in the Making: The Role of the Educator as a Maker Educator

User Generated Education

There are some general guidelines for creating a physically safe makerspace. mak- ered, #stem); and online communities, such as Facebook groups.

9 Resources for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

Ask a Tech Teacher

Cyberbullying occurs on not just social media like Twitter, Facebook, and topical forums, but multiplayer games and school discussion boards. You can find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles that offer advice, resources, and more from parents and experts.

Colleges Face Investigations Over Whether Their Use of Social Media Follows Accessibility Regulations

Edsurge

As a result, colleges are rolling out social media accessibility standards and training communications staff members to take advantage of built-in accessibility tools in platforms including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Questions Parents Ask

Ask a Tech Teacher

Read the parental guidelines all social media platforms offer. It may say there is a charge for the session but the link has a gift code that allows you to listen to the session for free once you’re logged in via Gmail or Facebook.

How to craft useful, student-centered social media policies

eSchool News

Whether your school or district has officially adopted social media or not, conversations are happening in and around your school on everything from Facebook to Snapchat. The go-to method for guiding this practice is setting up district social media guidelines or policies.

The 3 Hottest Posts Innovative Educators Are Reading

The Innovative Educator

The post shares solutions to three problems: Educator isolation, lack of funding for professional learning, and the need for student and teacher friendly guidelines for using technology. The post explains how a Facebook group has led to the formation of a community that has developed a tremendous level of trust and a feeling that we are a team in this together to support our students. If you haven’t been keeping up with The Innovative Educator, don’t worry.