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A presentation for pre-service teachers to help create awareness of their digital footprint.

A presentation for pre-service teachers to help create awareness of their digital footprint.

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  • At the end of this Discovery Channel quiz, it tells you how large or small your digital footprint is depending on how you answered the questions – check it out!
  • "According to a study conducted by Careerbuilder.com, 22% of 31,000 employers surveyed said they search social networks to screen candidates. And one-third of those said they found information on sites like Facebook and MySpace that eliminated candidates from consideration."
  • What’s wrong with this picture? And the picture show up first – then the caption “on click” then the quote “on click” Just days before graduating with a teaching degree and while working as a student teacher in May 2006, Millersville University accused Stacy Snyder of promoting underage drinking due to this photo posted on her Facebook page.
  • Ashley Payne: Former Georgia high school teacher forced to resign after her school administrators questioned material posted on her Facebook page and brought to their attention by a parent. The material included photos of her holding wine and beer. She had worked at the school for two years.
  • NOTE: remind them they should already be familiar with their code of conduct – How does this topic tie into their professional code? Do they see the relationship or not?  Is there a disconnect?
  • Note to Carol – we switched the Don’ts and Do’s so we could end on a positive instead of a negative…

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