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Nov. 30th 2012 presentation to the Learning Partnership. The focus of the presentation was a review of the process for the development and implementation of the Ottawa Catholic School Board Social …

Nov. 30th 2012 presentation to the Learning Partnership. The focus of the presentation was a review of the process for the development and implementation of the Ottawa Catholic School Board Social Media Policy.

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  • 1. Ottawa Catholic School BoardWe Believe!
  • 2. Looking Back2009
  • 3. Research and Environmental Scan Social Media Policy was one component of the overall vision of Learning and teaching in the 21st Century
  • 4. Focus on Governance in Original Plan
  • 5. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 6. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 7. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 8. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 9. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 10. Activities involved in the 21st Centuryvisioning process
  • 11. Policy Approved – April 2010 The Board recognizes the use of electronic social media by staff as a viable means to involve colleagues, parents, and students in academic dialogue.
  • 12. Policy Approved – April 2010 The Board is committed to supporting staff use of electronic social media to interact knowledgeably and responsibly via the Internet.
  • 13. Policy Approved – April 2010 The social media policy applies to blogs, personal websites, RSS feeds, postings on wikis and other interactive sites, such as, but not limited to: Facebook, MySpace, Blogger, Twitter, Instant Messaging, and postings on video or picture- sharing sites and elsewhere on the Internet
  • 14. Policy Approved – April 2010 The Board recognizes that teachers and other Board employees are role models. Parents entrust educators with the duty to educate their children. The Board recognizes that the use of the Internet and social media has the potential to affect this trust.
  • 15. Administrative ProceduresKey Area 1:Interactions Representing the Ottawa CatholicSchool Board
  • 16. Administrative ProceduresKey Area 2:Respect, Privacy, and Confidential Information
  • 17. Administrative ProceduresKey Area 3:Staff-Student Online Correspondence
  • 18. Support to Schools – Staff Handbook
  • 19. Student Agenda Book Insert
  • 20. Parent Newsletter Insert
  • 21. Resources
  • 22. Excellent Resource Social Media 1. Its Potential for Schools 2. School Safety 3. School Management 4. Enhancing Learning 5. Future Trends Practical examples and advice, along with links to support materials and resources
  • 23. Social MediaActive Use in the OCSB Social Media June 2012 – hired a social media specialist Who uses Social Media: - teachers - students - administrators - trustees - superintendents - support staff - parents … Who doesn’t?
  • 24. Sampling of Tweets
  • 25. Sampling of Tweets
  • 26. Sampling of Tweets
  • 27. Sampling of Tweets
  • 28. Thank You @TDOttawa Thomas.DAmico@ocsb.ca