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Rob Jacklin

What the Slime Trend Teaches Us About Kids and Marketing - 1 views

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    "What The Slime Trend Teaches Us About Kids And Marketing"
Julie Lindsay

How Not To Behave - Series 1 Technology : ABC iview - 8 views

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    Funny ABC episode looking at the do's and don'ts of using devices and social media.
Jacques du Toit

Social Media in Education: Resource Toolkit | Edutopia - 3 views

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    "Social Media in Education: Resource Toolkit"
Julie Lindsay

The Role of Social Media in our Lives | Jake Swayze | TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh - YouTube - 1 views

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    Teen, Jake Swayze shares his thoughts about young people and the use of social media at TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh
jo quinlan

Why Being Young Doesn't Make You a Social Media Expert - 0 views

  • 10-year-old twin daughters
  • It never occurred to me that my daughters would have no idea what they were doing when they entered the social media space
  • Here are my social media rules for my girls:
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  • Linked Account
  • I'm their frien
  • Privacy Please
  • The Talk
  • Turn off location tracking
  • device password
  • Don't allow connected devices at your child's parties,
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    It never occurred to me that my daughters would have no idea what they were doing when they entered the social media space
Julie Lindsay

Roxburgh Homestead Primary School defends classroom Twitter accounts for children | Her... - 1 views

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    "A CYBER safety expert has slammed primary schools for letting students as young as eight use Twitter. Roxburgh Homestead Primary School is one of a number of schools to set up classroom Twitter accounts so students can share snippets of their work with the outside world. Parents have been encouraged to 'follow' the accounts for an insight into their children's school life."
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    Article showing both sides of the argument for letting younger students use social media (including Twitter) for learning.
Julie Lindsay

What staff need to know about social media and technology - 5 views

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    Designed by DEET NSW to support teacher and staff awareness for personal use and also to implement into learning
Julie Lindsay

How To Download All Your Personal Data From Facebook - 6 views

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    Important to know when managing online spaces and places. This could also be a good activity for students to check what they actually have up on Facebook.
Julie Lindsay

InCtrl :: Cable in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Digital citizenship lessons and resources provided by Cable in the Classroom
Julie Lindsay

InCtrl :: Cable in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Digital citizenship lessons and resources provided by Cable in the Classroom
Judy O'Connell

Tiny Bursts of Learning with Twitter - 6 views

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    "Despite the fact that I know many teachers who would rank Twitter as the most valuable and powerful networking tool they have access to, there are still many more who simply don't "get" the value of Twitter. I've been to lots of conferences over the last few years where the enormous value of belonging to a Personal Learning Network was being touted, and Twitter is nearly always being suggested as the ideal tool for building that network. At one recent conference I asked for a show of hands for who was not yet on Twitter, and many hands went up... my response was "Why not? What are you waiting for? How many times do you need to hear people say that Twitter is the most valuable tool they have, before you actually try it for yourself?""
Judy O'Connell

Social Media Guidelines | Edutopia - 4 views

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    "More and more, social media is becoming a part of our daily lives. Just today, Mashable is out with a report that says Pintrest (which is less than a year old) is the #3 social network in the U.S. This report mentions that the amount of monthly traffic Facebook receives is seven billion page views, and Twitter receives 182. Again, these are just U.S. statistics. If we were to look at the numbers worldwide, I would guess they would be much, much higher.

    But it isn't just adults who are moving more of their lives to online spaces. In a recent Pew Internet survey, 73 percent of all teens used social networks daily. The most popular of these is Facebook; however, Twitter, Myspace and even LinkedIn are not far behind.

    And it isn't just teens. The #1 social network for kids under the age of 13 is Club Penguin. It is visited more times each day than the New York Times. "
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