SOCIAL MEDIA AND TEACHERS
Joseph Martinelli, Ed.D.
Seton Hall University
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
INFO SESSION FOCUS
Define Social Media
Popular Social Media
10 Simple Rules
Social Media Ideas Calendar
Planning and Goal Setting
Socializing Online for Students
Social Media for Teachers
Social Media Etiquette
TOP TEN SOCIAL MEDIA
TOOLS FALL 2013
10 SIMPLES RULES OF
SOCIAL MEDIA ETIQUETTE
#1: Be Yourself
Rule #2: Be Transparent
Rule #3: Play By The Rules
Rule #4: Listen Frequently
Rule #5: Engage!
Rule #6: Be Respectful
WHAT TOOLS DO I USE?
• Leadership, thoughts,
issue solving, insight
• Social, Recruiting,
Community building and
linking, blog, video,
building friendships and
out to a younger, trendier market
easy for content to be shared through re-blogs
founded in 2007 currently has over
53 million different blogs
50 percent of Tumblr users are age 25 or
SOCIAL MEDIA –
ESTABLISHMENT OF AN IDEAS CALENDAR.
CALENDAR IS A FLUID DOCUMENT THAT ADDRESSES THE
CHANGING NEEDS AND CONDITIONS OF YOUR SCHOOL AND
Goals and Focus
Customers or End Users
Satisfaction, Support, Community Building
Awareness, Thought Leadership, Innovation
Design a Program Specific
to Your Goals
DEVELOPING A PLAN
Word Press Blog
Purpose & Strategy
Key Focus on 1 & 2
WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS!
Social Media Application
SOCIALIZING ONLINE FOR STUDENTS
Remind kids that online actions can reverberate
Only post information that they are comfortable with
Once information is posted it can’t be taken back
Explain the use of privacy settings
Talk to teens about avoiding sex talk online
Encourage kids to trust their gut if they have
Don’t impersonate someone else
Create a safe screen name
Understand what information should stay private
SOCIAL MEDIA FOR TEACHERS
Best for Fundraising: Facebook Whether it’s a student in need of help, or a
class project about awareness, Facebook is the site where social initiatives
gain momentum and raise funds.
Best for Finding New Teachers: Tumblr New teachers are connecting with
each other on the blogging and connecting site, Tumblr.
Best for Finding Ideas: Pinterest Pinterest is a great source for project
ideas big and small, and classroom management ideas, too.
Best for Connecting With Parents: Facebook Kids are leaving, but parents
are still using Facebook, making it the stalwart social networking site for
teachers that want to set up class pages.
Best for Following Favorites: Facebook Most organizations have a
Facebook page. Connect to, like, and participate in pages that you value.
Best for Asking Questions: Twitter A recent Twitter collaboration can get
everyone involved in projects or assignments
Best for Distilling Information: Twitter The 140-character format of Twitter
is good for crystallizing ideas. Have students write the main idea about what
they learned and send it out on a classroom Twitter account. The added
bonus: parents can check it.
include physical aggression, spreading
rumors, threats, or pointed exclusion, in
person or online.
Scholastic Instructor - Fall 2013
aggressive behavior that
involves a real or perceived power
imbalance and is often repeated. It can
Mean images of another kid
Net ceterra -Chatting Kids About Being
Read the Comments
Check out their page from time to time
Bullies look for reaction, instead save evidence and share
with officials or law enforcement
Protect their Profile
Block or delete the bully
Delete or Block from lists or email addresses
Help stop cyberbullying
Research shows that bullying stops when peers intervene.
Recognize the signs of a cyberbully
SOCIAL MEDIA ETIQUETTE
& KEY TERMS
Measures how much buzz
you are getting on the