- You can only post to our social media accounts through our class social media accounts
- Before you post, you must find a teacher to approve your social media post.
- Please don’t share personal information like address or phone number on our social media accounts.
- When you post, you can only sign with your first name and the first letter of your last name. (“Example: Jake L.”)
- Do not post work with your first and last name on our social media accounts.
- You are not allowed to post a picture of your face on social media accounts unless your parents have signed our photo release form.
- Please do not post pictures of your classmates.
- Keep posts focused on sharing and extending classroom learning.
- When responding to people on social media accounts, be respectful and kind while treating them as you would if you were talking to them in person.
- Please follow our classroom netiquette rule of before you post on social media to “T.A.P” which means, “think, act, problem solve. Please refer to our class website on this topic. (http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/jacoblee/502/netiquette.html)
My classroom policies will sent home to be signed and returned so any questions and concerns can be answered and discussed. I will also encourage my parents to join the social media platforms we use so they can interact and follow our classroom activity. I also believe in engaging parents in hands-on workshops highlighting technology integration tools. I would set up a workshop where kids would teach their parents about how we are utilizing technology tools. I have used this in the past with other technology tools and it worked wonders.
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Dunn, J. (2014, September 24). An editable social media policy for schools that works. Retrieved from http://dailygenius.com/editable-social-media-policy-for-schools/.