Recent Articles On Using Social Media in Schools

BYOT (bring your own technology) pilot program wildly successful at Sullivan South  Guaranteed to get 100% participation! Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices brought from home are incorporated into classroom lessons.

Schools add Internet etiquette, safety to coursework  ”As more students spend large chunks of study and leisure time online, schools across the United States are adding coursework focused on privacy, cyberbullying and electronic plagiarism.” USA TODAY

YouTube Beats Facebook As Top Teen Social Media Brand Huffington Post

We should talk – what are you doing to ensure student safety online? on EduBlogs

How To Teach Kids ‘Digital Literacy’? Build A Private Social Network Playground For Them on Forbes 

Finding a Voice Through Twitter on KQED

Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy on EdWeek

Cyberbullying: The Power and Peril of Anonymity on EdWeek

CPS students featured in a docudrama addressing cyberbullying In SunTimes

Q & A How Facebook Use Correlates With Student Outcomes

Ten ways schools are using social media effectively Readers discuss how they use social networking in their schools list helpful resources in eSchoolNews

Professional Learning Networks Taking Off  “Also known as personal learning networks or professional learning communities, PLNs can be part of a self-contained, password protected school wide effort or a mixed bag of social networking and bookmarking sites such as Edmodo, Twitter, Diigo, and Delicious.” in EdWeek

3 Things Recruiters Check For On Your Social Media Profile Talks about What you post, Who you know, and How you present yourself on BusinessInsider

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