Feel like it is hard to keep up with all this social media? You are not alone! Often the social media our children use change daily as new sites and applications are created and come in and out of fashion. Sometimes it feels like our kids are way more advanced with today's technology than we are; however, that means they need us to monitor and be aware now more than ever.
Click on the links below for some great social media tips and guidelines to use with your child/student.
Students – look below for ways you can help delete negativity on social media!
What is Cyberbullying and How Can I Help My Child/Student?: http://www.webwise.ie/parents/cyberbullying-a-guide-2/
Social Media Apps/Sites Explained:
CommonSense Media’s Family Toolbox:
Students in grades 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 can earn their “Digital Passport” and learn to socialize online responsibly through Common Sense Media’s Digital Passport, Compass, and Bytes programs here - https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/students
Students can help delete negativity on social media with the following tips -
To learn more about MCOE's own Social Media policies and procedures, click here. For questions or comments on social media safety, please contact Communications and Public Relations Officer, Jessica Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org or 831.784.4245.