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Apps your kids are using

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Originally presented Jan 16, 2014 for Papillion Junior High parents.

Originally presented Jan 16, 2014 for Papillion Junior High parents.

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  • Josh-Thanks for sharing, I'll be using part and crediting you tomorrow night at our parent engagement meeting!
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  • LPS is happy you could share! Thanks so much for the help. I'll let you know how it goes.
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  • Glad I could share something back with LPS!
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  • Josh - great timing. Shared this with someone in LPS who was asking for just this sort of parent focused talk. Thanks for sharing your work!
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  • 1. Apps Your Kids Are ! (or Most Likely Soon Will Be)! Using Josh Allen Instructional Technology Facilitator Papillion-La Vista School District bit.ly/pjhparents
  • 2. Who I am
  • 3. Twitter: @j_allen
  • 4. Web 1.0 —> 2.0
  • 5. Web 1.0
  • 6. Web 2.0
  • 7. Create anyone anywhere anytime
  • 8. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Internet_Minute_Infographic.jpg
  • 9. Creating and Connecting • From YouTube: • 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute • 6 billion hours of video watched each month - almost an hour for every person on Earth; 50% more than a year ago Source: http://www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html
  • 10. Who is using social media? • Age 18-29 - 83% • Household income >$30K - 72% • Urban population - 70% Source: http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/social-user-demographics_b39963
  • 11. Using mobile devices
  • 12. Before we talk about apps…
  • 13. Let’s talk about pizza…
  • 14. Social media is no different.
  • 15. Facebook example • From Quarter 2 2012 - Q 3 2013 • • • Active Facebook users age 16-19 fell from 62% to 52% Age 20-24 63% to 52% In 2013 • Active teen use for Vine has increased by 639% • Instagram - 85% increase Sources: http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2013/12/30/dead-and-buried-heres-whats-really-happening-with-facebook-demographics/ http://www.forbes.com/sites/parmyolson/2013/11/12/heres-where-teens-are-going-instead-of-facebook/
  • 16. Why is active use of Facebook dropping?
  • 17. Because of people like you…
  • 18. Increased use of Facebook • Active use increases from Q 2 2012 to Q 3 2013 • Ages 35-44: 47% to 53% • 45-54: 43% to 49% • 55-64: 39% to 45% Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2013/12/30/dead-and-buried-heres-whats-really-happening-with-facebook-demographics/
  • 19. People like you make it uncool for teens to say they use Facebook.
  • 20. So…where’d they go?
  • 21. Android & iOS
  • 22. Two things to keep in mind…
  • 23. If your child is using these apps, it doesn’t mean they are using them inappropriately.
  • 24. Apps will come and go, but behavior will remain the same.
  • 25. How many do you know?
  • 26. Snapchat • Send images and videos to friends with a time limit of how long they can see it. • Two main issues revolve around sexting and that there are ways for pictures to be saved. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 27. Kik • Alternative to SMS text messaging - no messaging limits or fees. • Messaging is mostly private. • Prompted to invite everyone in your phone’s contact list. • Other issues arise with apps within Kik. • Example: OinkText allows you to submit your username (or real name) to connect with others on Kik. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 28. Whisper • Users anonymously post their secrets as images with text. • Can view images online but need the app to interact. • People who post are looking for likes and comments. Source: https://www.smore.com/xfnd-trendy-teen-apps
  • 29. Ask.fm • Probably the most common site that our District has seen issues with. • Post a question and receive answers. • The person who posts can decide whether or not to allow anonymous content. • Anonymous content leads to LOTS of concerns and instances of cyberbullying. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 30. Vine • 6 second looping video clips • Can have private or public account; public by default. • Concern is the ease of finding inappropriate content. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 31. Instagram • Share images or 15 second videos publicly or privately. • Content is public by default. • Inappropriate content is prohibited by their terms of service, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 32. Twitter • Microblogging site (140 characters or less) • Great for short summaries of what is going on in the world. • Easy to hit send - not always recommended in the heat of the moment. Source: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/11-sites-and-apps-kids-are-heading-to-after-facebook
  • 33. Why are these apps appealing? Students like the “privacy” - no different then when you decided to pass a note instead of talk to someone.
  • 34. But remember the pizza!
  • 35. What can you do? • Talk with your kids. • Do they use these apps? • If so, how do they use these apps? • How are others using the apps?
  • 36. What can you do? • Know all of their passwords and/or device passcodes. • There are a variety of apps and ways to monitor devices - depends on the type of device.
  • 37. http://www.commonsensemedia.org/ educators/educate-families
  • 38. Where is your kid’s device at 9pm?
  • 39. Relationships matter
  • 40. Questions or Clarifications?
  • 41. Thank you! This presentation: bit.ly/pjhparents! Twitter: @j_allen joshallen@paplv.org

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