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Developing Social Media Guidelines

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    • 1. Social Media and Student Devices: Developing Guidelines
      TechForum Chicago
      Dennis Mancini (@snapini), Cisco
    • 2. Why Social Media? Why Cell Phones?
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    • 5. Who are you?
      K-8, Secondary, Higher Ed
      Independent schools
      Teachers, Administrators
      Librarians
      Industry/Consulting
      Open device policy?
    • 6. How this works…
      Opening statement by each panelist
      Big questions-timed
      Rapid Fire questions
      Redirect
      Questions/Yah Buts…
      jakes.editme.com
    • 7. Opening statements…
    • 8. Why social media?  What's the importance to learning?
    • 9. Do we need guidelines for social media use by organizations?  By teachers?  Why or why not?
    • 10. Should you provide recommendations for a teacher's personal use of social media?
    • 11. Should you post student first and last names on content they create at school?
    • 12. Make a case for, or against, permitting student-owned devices in schools. 
    • 13. How do you get organizational buy-in for change relating to disruptive technologies such as social media and cell phones?
    • 14. Social means social.  Should you engage in two-way communication on your social media platforms and comment back to responders?
    • 15. Where is the line between permitting freedom of experimentation and innovation for educators and the organizational need for "consistent/safe/within the boundaries" tools supplied by the school district?
    • 16. Who are you paying attention to right now and why?
      Via Twitter, from ijohnpederson
    • 17. jakes.editme.com/guidelines

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