Staying on top of social

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Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat – it’s hard enough to figure out how (or if) we want to use these new tools to maintain our own personal connections. But how do we keep up with the kids? During this session we will look at real life examples of how thoughtless moments online has had lasting impacts on children and adults, as well as discuss ways to stay connected to and tuned in to what our children are doing online.

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Staying on top of social

  1. 1. Staying on top of social Manic Mommies Escape 2013
  2. 2. Staying on top of social
  3. 3. The Facts The Changing Landscape of Teens and Social Media - nextadvisor.com – October 2013 Staying on top of social
  4. 4. The Facts >38% of Facebook users are under the age of 13 Only 10% of parents of children under 10 have talked about social media behavior Top 5 Things Parents Don’t Know About Their Kids Social Media Presence http://friendguard.com/ - August 2013 Staying on top of social
  5. 5. The Risks Staying on top of social
  6. 6. The Risks 80% of college admissions are using search engines and a students’ social media presence. 2011 Kaplan Study http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/28/facebook-college-admissions_n_828487.html/ 22% of colleges reported revoking admissions offers for the previous year 68% were due to final grades. National Association for College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) http://www.applerouth.com/blog/2013/01/04/scary-bedtime-stories-urban-legends-and-revoked-admission-offers/ Staying on top of social
  7. 7. The Risks Staying on top of social
  8. 8. The Risks 45% of employers use social media to screen applicants. 35% decided NOT to make an offer. CareerBuilder.com 21% of companies >1,000 workers disciplined employees for violating social networking policies. 9% fired an employee for these violations, more than double 2 years ago. Proofpoint, Inc Staying on top of social
  9. 9. The Sites & Services The Changing Landscape of Teens and Social Media - nextadvisor.com – October 2013 Staying on top of social
  10. 10. The Sites & Services Moms, you oughta know: 11 social media apps teens are using now – Today Moms– October 2013 Staying on top of social
  11. 11. How Do You Keep Up? http://www.thedesignwork.com/social-media-icons-in-vector-format/ Staying on top of social
  12. 12. How Do You Keep Up? YOU DON’T http://www.thedesignwork.com/social-media-icons-in-vector-format/ Staying on top of social
  13. 13. Don’t be Afraid 13 Staying on top of social
  14. 14. Check It Out Staying on top of social
  15. 15. Check It Out Staying on top of social
  16. 16. Check It Out Staying on top of social
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  18. 18. Check It Out Staying on top of social
  19. 19. Discuss the Risks Staying on top of social
  20. 20. Discuss the Risks Staying on top of social
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  22. 22. Discuss the Risks Staying on top of social
  23. 23. Determine the Rules Family Contract - Parent I will: • Get to know sites & services • Learn about parental controls • Set reasonable rules • Not overreact & address calmly • Get to know online friends • Frequently check activity • Report suspicious behavior • Impose penalties • Put computer in family area http://www.fosi.org/images/stories/resources/family-online-safety-contract.pdf Staying on top of social
  24. 24. Determine the Rules Family Contract - Child I will: • Talk with my parents about rules • Share passwords with parents only • Not share personal information • Treat others as I want to be treated • Tell parents about people I meet, or if I see things that are “bad” • Not contact or meet a person I’ve met online without permission http://www.fosi.org/images/stories/resources/family-online-safety-contract.pdf Staying on top of social
  25. 25. Set Your Expectations Staying on top of social
  26. 26. Don’t Let Them Be You Staying on top of social
  27. 27. Check Their Privacy Settings The Changing Landscape of Teens and Social Media - nextadvisor.com – October 2013 Staying on top of social
  28. 28. Check Their Privacy Settings New York Times – October 2013 Staying on top of social
  29. 29. Check Their Privacy Settings GameSpot.com – August 2013 Staying on top of social
  30. 30. Know What They Are Doing The Changing Landscape of Teens and Social Media - nextadvisor.com – October 2013 Staying on top of social
  31. 31. Know What They Are Doing Staying on top of social
  32. 32. Know What They Are Doing Staying on top of social
  33. 33. Know What They Are Doing Staying on top of social
  34. 34. The Bright Side Staying on top of social
  35. 35. The Bright Side Staying on top of social
  36. 36. The Bright Side College search •Express interest •Take part in communities •Display your success •Show who you are Petersons.com http://www.petersons.com/college-search/social-media-college-admissions.aspx Staying on top of social
  37. 37. pinterest.com/kristinsb/social-parenting/ Staying on top of social

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