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  • FB; twitter; youtube, instagram,foursquare;Formspring, tumblr; fruitnija; minecraft; SkoutPinterest, linkedin, google+
  • Ask:Anyone text you today?What did you write on FB today?Any new chats recently?Let’s look at your text log together. I’d like to see who’s been texting you.

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  • 1. Social Networking forParentsA brief look at where your kids are, why they’re thereand what they’re doing.Presented by Meredith P. Goins 11/11/12
  • 2. Agenda The basics on  Social Media Social Media: and our kids:  Definition  Is it safe?  Examples  Statistics  Statistics  Strategies
  • 3. Agenda cont.The final piece… Building your comfort zone. Or as I like to say - play time! This is where you and I work together to conquer social media. (30 minutes)
  • 4. The Basics of Social Media:Definition According to the Oxford English Dictionary:  social media (N) [treated as singular or plural] websites and applications used for social networking.  social network (N) 1a network of social interactions and personal relationships. 2a dedicated website or other application which enables users to communicate with each other by posting information, comments, messages, images, etc..
  • 5. The Basics of Social Media: Examples
  • 6. The Basics of Social Media: Statistics  Over 90 % of teens have internet access  68% of teens regularly text  ~75% of American 13 to 17 year olds have personal SM accounts – this is almost a 20% increase in 4 years!  51% visit Facebook and 11% send tweets daily  41% of teens admit their addicted to their devices.Data from Common Sense Media study summarized on Mashable at: http://mashable.com/2012/06/26/social-media-teens/
  • 7. The Basics of Social Media: Statistics  Teens still prefer to chat face-to-face instead of text or tweet  1/3 of teens actually desire time off from the Internet  Around 36% of teens wish “they could go back to a time where there was no Facebook.”Data from Common Sense Media study summarized on Mashable at: http://mashable.com/2012/06/26/social-media-teens
  • 8. The Basics of Social Media: Statisticshttp://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/new-mobile-obsession-u-s-teens-triple-data-usage/
  • 9. The Basics of Social Media: Statisticshttp://www.slideshare.net/fullscreen/PewInternet/digital-divides-and-bridges-technology-use-among-youth/1
  • 10. The Basics of Social Media: Statisticshttp://www.slideshare.net/fullscreen/PewInternet/digital-divides-and-bridges-technology-use-among-youth/1
  • 11. The Basics of Social Media: Is it safe? 1/3 of teens have encountered racist, sexist and homophobic content “often” online Most of the negative exchanges happening in SM are not taking place in full public view as the majority of teens take various steps to manage their online privacy. 55% of teens say they have decided not to post content that might reflect poorly on them in the future: 12-13 reconsider posting content online 46% of the time 14-17 reconsider posting 59% 17 year olds reconsider 67% of the time
  • 12. The Basics of Social Media: Is it Safehttp://www.slideshare.net/fullscreen/PewInternet/digital-divides-and-bridges-technology-use-among-youth/1
  • 13. The Basics of Social Media: Is it safe?
  • 14. The Basics of Social Media: Is it safe?90% of teens ignore mean behavior on social media80% say they have defended a victim of cyberbullying79% have told the other person to stop being mean and cruel21% have admitted to joining in the harassment (12% once in awhile, 7% sometimes, 2% frequently)
  • 15. The Basics of Social Media: Is it safe?20% of teen boys and girls have sexted.When a child is given a phone, the conversation must begin. Sextingis a crime in many states.Peer pressure often plays a roll in sexting, with parties being a majorcontributing factor. Collecting cell phones at gatherings of tweensand teens is one way to reduce this temptation.
  • 16. Social Media and our Kids: Statistics According to McAfee’s study “The Digital Divide: How the Online Behavior of Teens is Getting Past Parents”:  48.1% of teens admitted looking up assignments & test answers online (77.2% of parents said they don’t worry about their kids cheating in school)  51% of teens have hacked someone’s SM account  31% of teens have pirated movies or music Data and graphics thanks to: http://mashable.com/2012/06/25/teens-online-behavior/
  • 17. Social Media and our Kids: StatisticsData and graphicsthanks to:http://mashable.com/2012/06/25/teens-online-behavior/
  • 18. Social Media and our Kids: Statistics Data and graphics thanks to: http://mashable.com/2012/06/25/teens-online-behavior/
  • 19. Social Media and our Kids: Statistics Data and graphics thanks to: http://mashable.com/2012/06/25/teens-online-behavior/
  • 20. Social Media and our Kids: Statistics Data and graphics thanks to: http://mashable.com/2012/06/25/teens-online-behavior/
  • 21. Social Media and our Kids: Strategies The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests: 1. Learn about technologies first hand 2. Let your kids know you’re using the technology 3. Ask, “Have you used the computer and Internet today?” 4. Share a bit about your SM usage as a way to facilitate conversation about their habits 5. Keep the computer in a public part of your home 6. Discuss what “good judgment” means 7. Make rules: - must share password; must allow you to check; must friend you 8. Set time limits on internet and cell usage http://www.aap.org/en-us/about-the-aap/aap-press-room/news-features-and-safety-tips/pages/Talking- to-Kids-and-Teens-About-Social-Media-and-Sexting.aspx
  • 22. Social Media and our Kids: Strategies Other ideas include:  Regularly change the passcodes on the Wi-Fi router – withholding technology is one of the most effective ways to guide your child’s behavior.  Parental controls – Net Nanny, Norton Family, Kasperksy PURE – allow key logging, filters, but is this going too far?
  • 23. Social Media and our Kids: Strategies
  • 24. Resources Mashable http://mashable.com/ – current news on social media Pew Internet & American Life Project http://www.pewinternet.org/ Common Sense Media http://www.commonsensemedia.org/
  • 25. Questions? Find me!@mgoinsMeredith.goins@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/meredithpgoinsCall/Text: 865/368-7980This presentation will be posted onslideshare.com in the coming days. I willsend an update to Coco to post the link inthe next e-news so you can access thelinks with no problems!