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SOCIAL MEDIA IN CLASS Infusing The Language of Integrity In An Online Class

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SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM Google

Twitter 1 to 1 Collaboration Creativity / Innovation in Lesson Plans

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SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM Edmodo, Schoology, Blackboard

Google+ Online Discussion / Replies Collaborative Projects

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INTEGRATING SOCIAL MEDIA Collaborate Publish

Portfolio Management Research / Trends Classroom Feedback via discussion online

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HELPING STUDENTS TRACK DIGITAL INFO Employers

College Scholarship Committees Marketers Legal Defense - if you are a defendant or plaintiff

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QUESTIONS / COMMENTS

http://todaysmeet.com/onlineintegrity

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THE INTERNET IS CALLING

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A BRIEF HISTORY

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INTEGRITY ISSUES WWW .GOVTECHBLOGS.COM/SECURING_GOVSPACE/

“Security-conscious educators seen as the “Mr. No” Employees' / students’ virtual life need to be protected. Virtual life intermingles with real life as never before.

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“TEACH A CHILD HOW TO THINK, NOT WHAT TO THINK.” -SIDNEY SUGARMAN

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PEOPLE STRATEGY

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TRUST “Trust, not money, is the currency of business and life. For the trusted brand, people will pay more, come back, and tell others. A lack of trust is your biggest expense. Trust is a necessity for economic activity. The biggest deceiver is the one who appears trustworthy when in fact he is not. Trust is not a “soft” skill.” Horsager, David (2011). The Trust Edge: How Top Leaders Gain Faster Results, Deeper Relationships, and a Stronger Bottom Line (Kindle Locations 493-498). Summerside Press. Kindle Edition.

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TRUST

Will this decision maintain / enhance my trustworthiness? Will this decision raise my risk profile? “ Trust multiplies influence and impact. A lack of trust is your biggest expense.�

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BARRIERS TO TRUST 1. Conflicts of interest 2: Rising litigation 3. Low customer loyalty 4: Media coverage of scandals 5 Speed of social networking 6: Technology access 7: Fear

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8: Negative Experiences 9: Individualism 10: Diverse Thinking 11: Instant Gratification 12: Focus on the Negative Horsager, David (2011). The Trust Edge: How Top Leaders Gain Faster Results, Deeper Relationships, and a Stronger Bottom Line (Kindle Location 599). Summerside Press. Kindle Edition.

13: Celebrity Wanna Be Attitude


INTEGRITY ISSUES WWW .GOVTECHBLOGS.COM/SECURING_GOVSPACE/

Virtual Integrity: Faithfully Navigating the Brave New Web coined the phrase "integrity theft”. “I've seen some of the best and brightest lose everything - their personal reputations, jobs, marriages or families - by succumbing to these temptations.” “Individuals develop bad cyber-habits that cripple their career growth, harm the business or impact security in various unintentional ways.”

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HOW DOES THE INTERNET SEE YOU? HTTP://PERSONAS.MEDIA.MIT.EDU

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PERSONAS SITE

http://blog.newsok.com/datawatch/2009/09/04/ what-does-the-internet-know-about-you/

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WHAT DIGITAL PATH ARE YOU CREATING?

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MANAGING AN ONLINE REPUTATION Facebook profile / posts Marketing to your Facebook ‘likes’ and email subscriptions Crowdsourcing - polling, data collection of a large group, unspecified by traditional characteristics eBay

By using user generated feedback ratings, buyers and sellers were given reputations that helped other users make purchasing and selling decisions. A

countervailing service is emerging which exposes reputation information suppressed by online reputation management companies. [14]

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WHAT ARE YOU SAYING / NOT SAYING? What is your website, online class, or social network saying about your online integrity? True online integrity comprises the personal and professional inner sense of your online existence deriving from honesty, consistency and uprightness of character.

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TRACKING DOWN ANYONE (HTTP://LIFEHACKER.COM/329033/)

Google Your Name / Create A Google Alert Look up anyone's home address / phone # at ZabaSearch, a creepilycomprehensive people search engine. Pipl digs up information about a person Google often misses, supposedly by searching personal web pages, press mentions, social networks, and Amazon wishlists. Job-centric search engine ZoomInfo aggregates people and company information in one place to help candidates find the right job, but also provides info from online sources http://Topix.com - searches for any posting about your school or town

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A GOOGLE ALERT

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DEVELOPING SEVEN HABITS Communicate Integrity In New Ways to, with, among Gen. Y students Pledge Personal Online Integrity (even when no one is watching) Protect Privacy Seek Trusted Accountability In An Individualistic Culture Balance Online and Offline Life Practice Humble Authenticity In A Culture of Celebrities Become an Ambassador for Good

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DIGITAL IN AN AGE OF NARCISSISM (HTTP://WWW .QIDEAS.ORG/BLOG/NARCISSISM.ASPX)

Lack of Empathy Anonymity - Failure to Take Responsibility Over Indulgence by Parents and Others Consumer Oriented Culture Emotional Neglect Competition vs. Nurturing and Encouragement

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WHAT ABOUT YOU IS NOT DIGITAL?

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TED.COM - WE ARE ALL CYBORGS

(HTTP://WWW .TED.COM/TALKS/AMBER_CASE_WE_ARE_ALL_CYBORGS_NOW .HTML)

http://www.ted.com/talks/amber_case_we_are_all_cyborgs_now.html

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ONLINE DISCUSSIONS TEACHING MOMENTS Share information - keep the main thing the main thing Discussions are for learning, not self expression Forums are for connecting thought, critical thinking A learning community needs to keep focus on the main thing Discussions empower the individual voice

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HELPING STUDENTS DEAL WITH BULLIES Develop perspective It's easy to critique or mock. The web is crawling with anonymous overcaffeinated surfers expressing frustration. Talking smack puts people in a position of power.

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21ST CENTURY ISSUES IN AN ONLINE CLASS Digital Access - the Digital Divide Digital Commerce Digital Community / Privacy / Security Digital Literacy Digital Etiquette Digital Rights / Responsibilities

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DIGITAL ACCESS

Do all students have equitable access in your class? (different platforms, blocking software) How can one overcome boundaries to access? (uploads / downloads / communication methods)

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DIGITAL COMMERCE

Buying / selling online - digital ethics usernames / passwords / privacy protection eBay, iTunes, Amazon, shopping online credit issues (students 8-24 yrs. old spend $196 Billion each year in e-commerce)

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COMMUNICATION ISSUES Methods: phones, wikis, blogs, texting, chats, Skype, Facetime, webcams, instant messaging, Facebook, Twitter How do we teach digital communication skills? How can we practice effective digital communication skills in an online class setting?

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YOU ARE WHAT YOU... Tweet and RT Post Purchase Like

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Digital Footprint = Reputation in Court


SNAP CHAT / SELF DESTRUCT APP

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TEACHER / STUDENT ‘FRIENDS’? http://tinyurl.com/7kunuzq (USA Today)

Manage Privacy Settings Posting Comments = Setting Boundaries Private Messages vs. Public Postings Restriction of Free Speech? What Is Your Status?

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DIGITAL LITERACY

Educators must: Lead the discussion. Develop an online literacy curriculum Communicate high standards of online behavior.

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PLAGIARISM ISSUES Paraphrased someone’s ideas or words without giving credit. • Writing out a verbatim quotation without using quotation marks. • Citing a source incorrectly. • Making some changes to words, but keeping the

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sentence structure of someone else’s writing. • Using so many ideas or words from a single source that they make up the majority of your paper, whether or not you provide citations.


DIGITAL ETIQUETTE Emphasize right from wrong behaviors Encourage the practice of distinguishing right from wrong Help students understand consequences of high standards of digital etiquette Understand consequences of violating digital etiquette

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MANAGING AN ONLINE IMAGE ISTE STANDARDS FOR DIGITAL CITZENSHIP

Analyze situations in which teens' social networking profiles are viewed by authority figures. • Describe four characteristics of social networking sites that cause them to be very public spaces........Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology and exhibit leadership for digital citizenship. • Use creative thinking to find ways to deal with unintended online audiences.

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IMAGE SCENARIO’S

HTTP://CYBERSMARTCURRICULUM.ORG/DIGITALCITIZENSHIP/LESSONS/9-12/YOUR_ONLINE_IMAGE/

You are the young manager of an ice cream parlor that is beloved by local families. You are looking to hire some teens for the summer, when the shop is open late every evening. You require an application and at least one reference. It occurs to you that you could look online to find out a bit more about the applicants. Where would you look? And what might you find that would make you not hire someone? You are finally old enough to join a social networking site and set up your own profile. You spend a lot of time making the profile look cool and you have links to many friends. Your mom makes her own profile and asks you to be her “friend.” Is that fair? Explain your thinking.

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You are a high school principal concerned about the reputation of your school online. So you Google the schoolʼs name. You check around a site where students rate their teachers. You look at blogs and social networking sites. What kinds of things would you be concerned about finding? What would you do if you found these things?


HOW DOES FACEBOOK VIEW YOU? http://tinyurl.com/d69zwcw (from http://thenextweb.com) http://youtu.be/tntv6LzpG0k

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User ID number Email address Date and Time of your account’s creation The most recent logins, usually the last 2-3 days Your phone number, if you registered it Profile contact info Mini-feed Status update history

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Wall posts Friends list Groups list Future and past events Videos Photos Private messages IP logs (computers and locations you logged in from)


HOW DOES THE WORLD SEE YOU ON FACEBOOK? http://tinyurl.com/884vxep (A Mashable Site)

Profile Pictures Profile Statement Who You Know Is Reviewed Content on the Top Is Priority

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HOW DOES THE WORLD SEE YOU ON FACEBOOK? http://tinyurl.com/884vxep (A Mashable Site)

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MANAGE YOUR IMAGE

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TED.COM - OUT DIGITAL LIVES - 10 TALKS

http://www.ted.com/playlists/26/ our_digital_lives.html

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BUILDING A LEGACY CAN BE A LIFETIME PROCESS. DESTROYING A LEGACY CAN BE A MOMENT’S DECISION

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DIGITAL RIGHTS / RESPONSIBILITIES Legal rights and restrictions governing our use Respect for digital property Creativity / Development of Projects Hacking / Stealing Issues Personal Protection

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ONLINE PRIVACY AT WORK?

HTTP://THEONLINEMOM.COM/BLOG.ASP?ID=2183&T=SHOULD-WE-EXPECT-ONLINE-PRIVACY-AT-WORK

Can an employer ask for your Facebook password? Tweets and RT’s can be closely scrutinized Video uploads are easy Conclusion - Employers and others can be intrusive into your privacy

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10 WAYS SCHOOLS CAN TEACH INTERNET SAFETY HTTP://WWW .ESCHOOLNEWS.COM/2011/11/11/10-WAYS-SCHOOLS-ARE-TEACHING-INTERNET-SAFETY/

Gaming Student Generated Projects Role Playing - ‘What would you do if...’ Speakers, Video Clips Internet Safe Curriculum

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DIGITAL DRIVER’S LICENSE

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DIGITAL PASSPORT

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GOOGLE+ SAFETY HTTP://WWW .GOOGLE.COM/+/SAFETY/

Privacy Issues Digital Reputation Anti - Bullying Resources

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SHARING YOUR IDENTITY

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WHO OWNS YOUR VIRTUAL IDENTITY? http://tinyurl.com/7padkkr

Identity Wars - dominated by Facebook, Twitter, and Google – firms that have become what Mashable calls “large-scale consumer identity providers (a.k.a. IdP’s).” Clicks and other actions online – referred to as “big data” resources for advertising research

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DEFINE ‘PRIVACY’ http://tinyurl.com/7padkkr

“I think that privacy is a generational issue,” says Brody. “The way I think privacy will be governed going forward is in a much more personalized basis, much the way you handle your privacy settings on Facebook.” “The virtual self is statistically and behaviorally quite different than your physical self,” Leonard Brody

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STUDENT PROJECTS:

Protecting personal information Preventing phishing Preventing identity theft, online stalking Preventing virus contamination

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STUDENT DISCUSSION:

Consider the difference between online and reallife friendships Explore benefits and risks of online chat in scenario situations Develop a checklist for safe online talk.

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SECURITY / TRUST

Who can you trust? Can others trust you? Privacy of Information Terms / Issues: Spam, Phishing, Identity Theft

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PRIVACY ISSUES Sharing Posting Commenting SSN, DOB, Address, Passwords

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DEVELOPING AN ONLINE COMMUNITY Encourage quality thought / critical thinking Emphasize 21st Century Skills: Teamwork, Leadership, Decision Making, Time Management

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RAPID E-LEARNING

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DIGITAL DISTRACTION?

http://youtu.be/voWvqBsyYbE http://techonomy.com/category/digital/

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BARRIERS TO ONLINE COMMUNITIES One person is a discussion dominator, intimidating other participants The Inquisition type question Rudeness, or the interpretation of rudeness....statements without facial interpretation

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WORKING IN A CONNECTED CULTURE

Connected vs. Disconnected Culture Prevent / discourage ‘anonymity’ Infusing the language of ethical digital behavior is highly influential.

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RESPECTING CREATIVE WORK Respecting the rights of others’ creative work Exploring topics of copyright and fair use. Reflecting on the ethics of using sources of information. Celebrating the role of being a 21st-century creative artist.

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DEVELOP YOUR DIGITAL FINGERPRINT (BRAND) What is your personal style in managing an online class? How are you marketing / promoting ... learning style, career goals, further research the idea of being a ‘life long learner’ - not just getting an assignment completed

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DEVELOP YOUR DIGITAL FINGERPRINT (BRAND) Build Your Brand - Your PR Message Share But Be Fair Listen, Read, Think Before Posting Be Authentic, not Fake or Pretentious http://www.youngupstarts.com/2013/04/10/infographic-manners-matter-be-a-better-digitalcitizen/

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KOHLBERG’S MORAL DEVELOPMENT THEORY Pre-Moral - following the rules in fear of punishment, or in hopes of a reward Conventional - following the rules because you want to fit in, not be seen as ‘abnormal’ Post Conventional - following the rules to make a positive difference, contributing to a better society

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EDUCATOR’S INFLUENCE UPON CULTURE Technology use in American Culture tends to be ‘self promoting’ leading to increased narcissism Educators need to own the “Long Term View” of technology use = “principled participation in the public square” Engaging students to critically think long term, not short term, about their technology use

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CREATING A MISSION STATEMENT

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CREATING A MISSION STATEMENT

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CREATING A MISSION STATEMENT “I am a seventh grader, a life long learner, hoping to be a police officer.” “I am a daughter, sister, and granddaughter, planning to become veterinarian.” “I am a k12 school counselor, seeking to assist students in making effect career, academic, and life decisions.”

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MANAGE YOUR ONLINE REPUTATION... your appearance your verbal / nonverbal skills your ability to communicate well your grades, accomplishments, achievements your ‘likes’ (Facebook), your pursuits of interests

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SOCIAL MEDIA AS A RESEARCH TOOL Create An Essay Predicting What Effect the Mission Statement Had in 25 Years Create a Presentation Predicting The Mission and Vision of the Student’s Future Analyze the Mission Statements of Professionals, Businesses, NonProfits

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WHY TWITTER

HTTP://WWW .MAKEUSEOF.COM/TAG/10-WAYS-TO-USE-TWITTER-IN-EDUCATION/

hashtags recap of online discussions trends, topics instant / current discussion connections bulletin boards

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FLIPBOARD APP AS A RESEARCH TOOL Create An Essay Predicting What Effect the Mission Statement Had in 25 Years Create a Presentation Predicting The Mission and Vision of the Student’s Future Analyze the Mission Statements of Professionals, Businesses, NonProfits

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TECHONOMY UPDATES

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TEACH - RIGOR IN RELATIONSHIPS pursuing what is good, not what is questionable promotion of critical thinking activities that promote decision making

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a curriculum that promotes outcome of character, not merely test scores


INTERNET RESTRICTIONS / FREEDOM IN SCHOOLS http://www.ehow.com/info_7987275_internet-restrictions-school.html

Prevent Abuse vs. Learning to Self Manage Prevent Access to Some Sites vs. Self Management Limiting Social Media vs. Learning to Post Comments in a Positive Manner

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ONLINE DISCUSSION TIPS I appreciate John’s insight into...

Thank you, Manuel, for sharing...

Great point, Angela! Have you considered....?

I had not thought about that, Katie. I wonder ....

Building on Dustin’s statement that....

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POSTING TIPS Is It The Truth? Is It Helpful? Will This Have A Positive Affect / Effect

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DISCUSSION STRATEGIES Be considerate Ask questions Avoid sarcasm, slang, jargon

Repeat classmate’s name Compliment a classmate

Listen to all ideas presented

When disagreeing, state... I respectfully disagree

Stay open minded

Do not use all caps

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ONLINE COURSES CAN... Allow procrastination to be an embedded habit Correct procrastination acquiring time management skills Enhance goal directed behaviors

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Teach reputation management Build Trustworthiness Assist students to become more goal directed


SHOULD TEACHERS USE FACEBOOK

Should an educator control the learning environment when using social media http://darcymoore.net/2012/11/05/digital-citizenship-facebook-and-schools/

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FACEBOOK ADVICE Encourage students and families to secure privacy information on the following:

1.Secure Your Friends List 2.Secure Your Profile Page 3.Secure Your Account Settings 4.Secure Your Privacy Settings 5.Secure the Miscellaneous Bits

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Video: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324880504578300312528424302.html

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BULLY MOVIE

HTTP://TRAILERS.APPLE.COM/TRAILERS/WEINSTEIN/BULLY/ HTTP://THEBULLYPROJECT.COM/INDEXFLASH.HTML HTTP://WWW .YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=W1G9RV9OKHG

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TAKING THE INITIATIVE VS. BYSTANDER AFFECT doing nothing allows it to continue doing nothing gives permission that you approve of the inappropriate doing nothing gives the power to the inappropriate

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doing nothing allows a victim to be even more alone


ITUNES RESOURCES

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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP HTTP://WWW .YOUTUBE.COM/SIMPLEK12TEAM?V=GX3VPFI37YY&LR=1

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17 CARTOON VIDEOS RE: INTERNET SAFETY http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/01/17-cartoon-videos-explaining-internet.html#.UXVzzCtASKw

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A THIN LINE HTTP://WWW .ATHINLIN.ORG

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THE ONLINE MOM HTTP://WWW .THEONLINEMOM.COM

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RESOURCES Great Schools:

http://www.greatschools.org/special-education/health/823-understanding-bullying-and-

its-impact-on-kids-with-learning-disabilities-or-ad-hd.gs?page=1

Common Sense Media

http://www.commonsense.com http://www.commonsense.com/

educatorblog/

Teacher’s Lounge

http://teacherslounge.editme.com/

Digital Citzenship: http://www.digitalcitizenship.net

Building a Digital Citizenship Program: http://www.slideshare.net/abaralt/building-a-digital-citizenship-program-presentation

Scoop It! Digital Citizenshiphttp://www.scoop.it/t/teaching-digitalcitizenship-in-schools

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RESOURCES

Burlington High Principal: http:// www.patrickmlarkin.com (@ghprincipal) Distance Education.org (http://www.distance-education.org) Facebook Guidelines for Educators: http://tinyurl.com/ 6oyp6gc

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Fall ed tech conf teachers:soc media