2011 social networking-parents&teachers

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2011 social networking-parents&teachers

  1. 1. Social  Networking  Resources:   Parents  &  Teachers   Christopher  Wells  
  2. 2. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  3. 3. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  4. 4. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  5. 5. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  6. 6. So Many Choices…Source:  Gigya,  data  from  May  2010    
  7. 7. How Important IS Your Info, Anyway?
  8. 8. How Important IS Your Privacy, Anyway?•  Facebook  default  seGngs  over  Ime  •  Source:  hJp://maJmckeon.com/facebook-­‐privacy/  •  MaJ  McKeon  -­‐  developer  with  the  Visual  CommunicaIon  Lab   at  IBM  Researchs  Center  for  Social  SoTware  
  9. 9. hJp://www.kurtedelbrock.com/w`p-­‐content/uploads/2010/10/Facebook-­‐Infographic1.jpg  
  10. 10. hJp://www.kurtedelbrock.com/wp-­‐content/uploads/2010/10/Facebook-­‐Infographic1.jpg  
  11. 11. Posting StupidStuff Gets You Unemployed! Christopher  Wells  
  12. 12. Teaching• Dynamic  • Intense  • Public  • ExpectaIons  
  13. 13. Teachers are NOT the public! •  Code  of  ethics   •  Student  protecIon   •  Teacher   protecIon   •  Mandatory   reporIng  
  14. 14. Ashley  Payne,  Barrow  County  (2009)  
  15. 15. Ethics•  Social  norms  •  Explicit  vs.   Tacit  •  YOU  are  the   group  
  16. 16. And the POINT is…? Ethics
  17. 17. Example: Code of Ethics•  Professional  Standards  Commission,   Standard  10:  Professional  Conduct  •  An  educator  shall  demonstrate   conduct  that  follows  generally   recognized  professional  standards   and  preserves  the  dignity  and   integrity  of  the  teaching  profession.  
  18. 18. The  “Drunken  Pirate,”  aka  Stacy  Snyder  (2007)  
  19. 19. The  danger  in  communicaIon  is  the  illusion  that  it  has  been   accomplished.   George  Bernard  Shaw  
  20. 20. Corollary• It  may  be  accomplished  without  your  knowledge.  • “FOAFs”  and  “Likejacking”  
  21. 21. YouPostedWHAT?
  22. 22. “Red Cup” PhotosWorld  Food  Program  hJp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-­‐cup-­‐photo-­‐gallery  
  23. 23. Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
  24. 24. NOT. GOOD.hJp://www.classes2careers.com/wp-­‐content/uploads/2010/04/red_party_cup.jpg  
  25. 25. Student Photos?•  MORE  than  a  media  release!  
  26. 26. Professional Tools
  27. 27. Copyright
  28. 28. MANAGE YOUR FACE!!!!PosIng  /  Privacy  /  Professionalism  /  Friending    
  29. 29. Smart habits are easy,Stupid decisionsare searchable.
  30. 30. Show ‘n Tell!•  GwinneJ  County  Public  Schools  Resources   (gwinneJ.k12.ga.us/gcps-­‐imdweb01.nsf)  •  NaIonal  School  Boards  AssociaIon:   Technology  &  Learning  Network   (www.nsba.org/tln)  •  State  of  Georgia  Resources   (public.doe.k12.ga.us/sia_Itleiv.aspx?PageReq=SIABully)  
  31. 31. High RiskBehavior: Info for Parents Christopher  Wells  
  32. 32. Who’s incharge?
  33. 33. Parents?
  34. 34. al itic ions Cr at nver sCo
  35. 35. Modeling!
  36. 36. Some Solutions!
  37. 37. Show ‘n Tell!•  GwinneJ  County  Public  Schools  Resources   (gwinneJ.k12.ga.us/gcps-­‐imdweb01.nsf)  •  GCPS  “Parental  Control  SoTware”  Video  &  Guide   (www.gwinneJ.k12.ga.us/gcps-­‐mainweb01.nsf/pages/Makeadifference)  •  Resources  from  Illinois   (www.illinoisaJorneygeneral.gov/cyberbullying/for_parents.html)  •  State  of  Idaho  Parents  Guide  to  Social   Networking  Websites:  (www.ag.idaho.gov/publicaIons/ internetSafety/ParentsGuideToSocialNetworkingWebsites.pdf)  
  38. 38. QuesIons?  Christopher Wellscwells@schooltechpolicies.com

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