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Social Media for Elementary

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Social media for parents of elementary school children. Includes a 5-point agreement to help increase safety.

Social media for parents of elementary school children. Includes a 5-point agreement to help increase safety.

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  • 1. Welcome to the Digital Age Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 2. Welcome to the Digital Age Bess@FLBlogCon.com
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  • 5. Cool Things! Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 6. Beware! Sending unwanted messages Spreading rumors Taking embarrassing photos Using bad words Being unkind Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 7. Digital Footprint Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 8. Digital Footprint Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 9. Digital Footprint Future Schools Future Employers Future Girlfriends Creditors Google indexes you for 9 years! Bess@FLBlogCon.com
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  • 15. ? Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 16. Technology Agreement Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 17. I’m a member Agreement 1: You’re a member Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 18. I’m a memberAgreement 1: Silent observer Ask before tagging photos Check your child and your child’s friends Expect your child to make mistakes Parent knows password Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 19. I’m a memberAgreement 1: Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 20. Take this down Agreement 2: Put this up Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 21. Take this downAgreement 2: Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 22. Put this upAgreement 2: Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 23. Multitasking Agreement 3: Singletasking Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 24. Agreement 3: Singletasking Self Control iPad App Use the iPad in a public room If you misuse it, you lose it Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 25. Fun builders Agreement 4: Future Builders Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 26. Fun buildersAgreement 4: Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 27. Future buildersAgreement 4: Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 28. My behavior Agreement 5: Your behavior Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 29. My behaviorAgreement 5: Your child can see what you post Set the best example Look for teachable opportunities Ask your child for advice Bess@FLBlogCon.com
  • 30. Agreement = Safety Bess@FLBlogCon.com