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Slide 4 Session Segments Presentation Ann will discuss different types of social media and how they are used, the concept of personal branding, privacy settings, and cyberbullying and prevention strategies. During the presentation, your phone will be muted. Q&A After the presentation, well hold a Q&A session. Well open up the phone lines, and youll be able to ask questions. Ann will answer as many of your questions as time allows.
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Slide 8 Ann Hummel Social Media What Parents Need To Know
Slide 9 Agenda Define Facebook, Twitter, and other commonly used social media. Discuss the impact of social media. Explain the concept of personal branding. Explore privacy settings for commonly used social media. Discuss cyberbullying and prevention strategies to share with your children.
Slide 14 Launched February 2004 955 million active users (as of June 2012). 50% of users log on in any given day. 41.6% U.S. population has Facebook. 700 billion - Number of minutes per month users spend on Facebook. 130 - The average number of friends per user. 30 billion pieces of content are shared each month. 90. Number of pieces of content an average user creates each month.
Slide 15 Friend Like Comment Share Wall Post Status Albums
Slide 16 #Launched July 2006 500 million active users. 5 days - The time it now takes for users to send a billion Tweets. 50 million. The average number of Tweets people sent per day, one year ago. 200 million. The average number of Tweets people sent per day, in the last month. 177 million. Tweets sent on March 11, 2011. 456. Tweets per second (TPS) when Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 (a record at that time).
Slide 17 Tweet Re-tweet (RT) @ Mention # Follower Following Direct Message (DM) Tweets must be 140 characters or less!
Slide 21 How do others perceive you? Tell all Over share Vague Informer Sympathy seeker Always sunny Doom and gloom Proud parents On the go Lay low Never active Opinionated Middle of the road Troll Comedian Politician
Slide 22 Poll Question Select what applies to you. I have a child or children in the following age group: 0-9 10-12 13-17 18-22 24+ I dont have children
Slide 33 What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented threatened harassed humiliated embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.
Slide 34 Prevention Ultimately, theres no one size fits all solution. Whats the schools role in this? Whats the parents role in this?
Slide 35 What is the schools role? When schools try and get involved by disciplining the student for cyberbullying actions that took place off-campus and outside of school hours, they are often sued for exceeding their authority and violating the student's free speech right. They also, often lose.
Slide 37 Why Kids Avoid Telling Parents They fear they (parents) will only make things worse. Calling the other parents Calling the school Blaming the victim (their own child) Taking away internet privileges
Slide 38 Parents Role Be supportive of your child. Let the school know whats going on. They can be on the look out for in-school bullying. Make your child feel secure. Understand that your child is just as likely to be a cyberbully as a victim of cyberbullying. Role often goes back and forth.
Slide 40 Tips for Parents From Facebook 1.It can be tough to keep up with technology. Dont be afraid to ask your kids to explain it to you. 2.If you're not already on Facebook, consider joining. That way you'll understand what it's all about! 3.Create a Facebook group for your family so you will have a private space to share photos and keep in touch. 4.Teach your teens the online safety basics so they can keep their Facebook profile (and other online accounts) private and safe. 5.Talk about technology safety just like you talk about safety while driving and playing sports.
Slide 41 Additional Tips Remind your child that once information is posted online, they cant take it back. Even if its deleted! Know how your kids are getting online. Discuss what information should always remain private. Social security number Street address Phone number Financial information
Slide 42 Conversation Starters From Facebook 1.Do you feel like you can tell me if you ever have a problem at school or online? 2.Help me understand why Facebook is important to you. 3.Can you help me set up a Facebook profile? 4.Who are your friends on Facebook? 5.I want to be your friend on Facebook. Would that be OK with you? What would make it OK?
Slide 43 Resources FB Family Safety Center - https://www.facebook.com/safetyhttps://www.facebook.com/safety Stop Cyberbullying - http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/
Slide 44 Now You Know Definition of Facebook, Twitter, and other commonly used social media. The impact of social media. The concept of personal branding. Privacy settings for commonly used social media. Cyberbullying and prevention strategies to share with your children.
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Slide 46 Were going to open the phone lines now! There will be a slight pause, and then a recorded voice will provide instructions on how to ask questions over this conference call line. Well be answering questions in the order that we receive them. Well also be answering the questions that were emailed to us during the presentation. If theres a question that we cant answer, well do some research after this session, and then email the answer to all participants. Q&A
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