2011 staff workshop - elementary

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2011 staff workshop - elementary

  1. 1. Social  Networking  and    Digital  Communica5ons   Christopher  Wells   Director  of  IT  Policies  and  Communica5ons   Informa5on  Management  Division   GwinneA  County  Public  Schools   christopher_wells@gwinneA.k12.ga.us  
  2. 2. Teaching & DigitalCommunication Christopher  Wells  
  3. 3. PostingStupid Stuff Gets YouUnemployed! Christopher  Wells  
  4. 4. Who IS this guy? •  GCPS  in  2001   •  AUPs   •  Wikipedia   •  CIPA  and   FERPA  
  5. 5. And the POINT is…? Ethics
  6. 6. And the POINT is…? Digital Communications
  7. 7. Teaching • Dynamic   • Intense   • Public   • Expecta5ons  
  8. 8. Teachers areNOT the public! •  Code  of  ethics   •  Student  protec5on   •  Teacher   protec5on   •  Mandatory   repor5ng  
  9. 9. Ethics•  Social  norms  •  Explicit  vs.   Tacit  •  YOU  are  the   group  
  10. 10. 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.  
  11. 11. Ashley Payne, BarrowCounty (2009)
  12. 12. Facebook Status•  Lindsay  (worker)  and  Brian  (boss)   –  Lindsay:  OMG  I  HATE  MY  JOB!!  My  boss  is  …  always   making  me  do  stuff  just  to  p**s  me  off!!     –  Brian:  Hi  Lindsay,  I  guess  you  forgot  about  adding  me  on   here?  Firstly,  dont  flaAer  yourself….  and  lastly,  you  also   seem  to  have  forgoAen  that  you  have  two  weeks  leb  on   your  six-­‐month  trial  period.  Dont  bother  coming  in   tomorrow.  Ill  pop  your  P45  in  the  post  and  you  can  come   in  whenever  you  like  to  pick  up  any  stuff  youve  leb  here.   And  yes,  Im  serious.  
  13. 13. How Important IS Your Privacy, Anyway?•  Facebook  default  sefngs  over  5me  •  Source:  hAp://maAmckeon.com/facebook-­‐privacy/  •  MaA  McKeon  -­‐  developer  with  the  Visual  Communica5on  Lab   at  IBM  Researchs  Center  for  Social  Sobware  
  14. 14. March  1,  2011  
  15. 15. Proposed  2011  
  16. 16. The  danger  in  communica5on  is  the  illusion  that  it   has  been   accomplished.   George  Bernard  Shaw  
  17. 17. The “DrunkenPirate,” akaStacy Snyder(2007)
  18. 18. Corollary• It  may  be  accomplished  without  your  knowledge.  • “FOAFs”  and  “Likejacking”  
  19. 19. Yeah, so what?•  Stand  Up!   – Student   – Staff   – Work   – Spouse  
  20. 20. Focus  on  Communica5ons  •  Successes  •  Challenges  •  Terrors  
  21. 21. Before  you  start  typing…  •  Audience  •  Sender  •  Communica5on  Stream  •  Meaning  •  Feedback  •  Timing  
  22. 22. Successes  of  Email  and  Social   Networking  •  No  postage  •  Karmic  responsibility  rests  with  the  reader  •  Broad  distribu5on  is  simple  •  Fast,  effec5ve,  and  thorough  
  23. 23. Challenges  of  Email  and  Social   Networking  •  No  postage  •  Karmic  responsibility  rests  with  the  reader  •  Broad  distribu5on  is  simple  •  Fast,  effec5ve,  and  thorough  
  24. 24. Terrors  of  Email   •  Wrong  distribu5on  lists   •  “Flames”   •  Not  everyone  is  a  great   communicator   •  Elf  Bowling   •  CLMs  
  25. 25. Professional Tools
  26. 26. GOOD  Emails,  as  opposed  to  BAD   Emails  •  Audience  clearly  iden5fied  (To:,  CC:,  BCC:)  •  Message  is  short  •  Message  is  clear  •  Ac5on  or  feedback  is  iden5fied  
  27. 27. Components  of  Ineffec5ve  Email  •  Poorly  defined  subject  •  Disorganized  content    •  Missing  cri5cal  informa5on    •  Unclear  ac5on  or  request    •  Content  is  too  wordy,  long  and  difficult  to   read  (which  includes  bad  grammar)  
  28. 28. Copyright
  29. 29. YouPostedWHAT?
  30. 30. “Red Cup” PhotosWorld  Food  Program  hAp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-­‐cup-­‐photo-­‐gallery  
  31. 31. Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
  32. 32. NOT. GOOD.hAp://www.classes2careers.com/wp-­‐content/uploads/2010/04/red_party_cup.jpg  
  33. 33. Student Photos?•  MORE  than  a  media  release!  
  34. 34. MANAGE YOUR FACE!!!!Pos5ng  /  Privacy  /  Professionalism  /  Friending    
  35. 35. Smart habits are easy,Stupid decisionsare searchable.
  36. 36. Show ‘n Tell!•  GwinneA  County  Public  Schools  Resources   (gwinneA.k12.ga.us/gcps-­‐imdweb01.nsf)  •  Na5onal  School  Boards  Associa5on:   Technology  &  Learning  Network   (www.nsba.org/tln)  •  State  of  Georgia  Resources   (public.doe.k12.ga.us/sia_5tleiv.aspx?PageReq=SIABully)  
  37. 37. Some Solutions!
  38. 38. Show ‘n Tell!•  Clicking  with  Cau5on   (hAp://www.nyc.gov/html/media/html/news/clickingwithcau5on.shtml)  •  GCPS  “Parental  Control  Sobware”  Video  &  Guide   (www.gwinneA.k12.ga.us/gcps-­‐mainweb01.nsf/pages/Makeadifference)  •  Resources  from  Illinois   (www.illinoisaAorneygeneral.gov/cyberbullying/for_parents.html)  •  State  of  Idaho  Parents  Guide  to  Social   Networking  Websites:  (www.ag.idaho.gov/publica5ons/ internetSafety/ParentsGuideToSocialNetworkingWebsites.pdf)  
  39. 39. Ques5ons?  Christopher WellsDirector of IT Policies and CommunicationsInformation Management DivisionGwinnett County Public Schoolschristopher_wells@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

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