student privacy

Video of the Week: Protecting your students’ privacy on social media


Social media can pose risks to students' privacy, but these risks can be managed with informed, intentional use.

Ed. note: Video of the Week picks are supplied by the editors of Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best ed-tech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly. Click here to watch the video at Common Sense Education.

Video Description: Social media can pose risks to students’ privacy, but these risks can be managed with informed, intentional use. There’s also a huge upside: Teachers can use social media to share best practices, provide an authentic audience for students’ work, cultivate and model digital citizenship among their students, and build more connected school communities. For a more comprehensive guidance, check out the blog article: Protecting Student Privacy — Social Media Do’s and Don’ts for Teachers.

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Meris Stansbury

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