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Young Travellers and facebook engagement

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Presentation on a proposal to use Facebook to engage with young Travellers

Presentation on a proposal to use Facebook to engage with young Travellers

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  • 1. Young Travellers and Facebook Engagement Tom Gaskin 09.05.11
  • 2. Current situation
    • Six young Travellers currently undertaking You Choose Bridge Builder.
    • Young Travellers required to complete and submit home work.
    • Staff tried using email to motivate young Travellers to complete work.
    • Young Travellers have shown interest in using Facebook to communicate with members of staff.
  • 3. Proposal
    • Staff to create a Facebook group using professional Facebook profiles.
    • Invite young Travellers to join using their personal profiles.
    • Young Travellers to customise privacy settings to avoid sharing personal content.
  • 4. Advantages
    • It is free.
    • Encourages young Travellers and staff to review their privacy settings.
    • Young Travellers likely to check their personal Facebook profiles regularly.
    • Provides safe and private space for group members to interact with each other.
  • 5. Disadvantages
    • Young Travellers required to link personal profiles to staff professional profiles.
    • Does not record any statistics.
    • Young Travellers may not be familiar with Facebook’s recent changes.
  • 6. Aims / objectives
    • Explore how Facebook can be used as a communication and engagement tool.
    • Learn more about communicating with young Travellers and supporting them to consider online safety and privacy needs.
    • Develop techniques for supporting young Travellers to participate in educational activities.
  • 7. Aims / objectives (2)
    • Develop model for others to follow.
    • Understand benefits of using Facebook as a communication and engagement tool.
    • Identify and promote techniques for using Facebook safely.
  • 8. Outcomes
    • Increased communication between young Travellers and staff.
    • Increased wellbeing of young Travellers.
    • Young Travellers successfully complete course.
    • Young Travellers access other opportunities.
  • 9. Outcomes (2)
    • Members of staff and young Travellers increase their understanding of how to use Facebook safely.
    • Learning that will provide insight into working with young Travellers and their families.
    • Case study and tool kit which will support other members of staff and organisations to explore how they can use Facebook to engage with young people.