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Benefits of social media
 Provides a great space for sharing experiences,
best practices collaborating, researching and
u...
 Facebook Privacy Settings and Tools:
https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/
 Twitter Safety and Security Settings:
http...
Be prepared to share everything you post with a
potential audience of millions.
 Screenshots
 Printouts
 Typed or copie...
Posted
from her
home
computer
and on a
page that
was set to
private.
UNDERSTAND THE LIMITS
OF ONLINE PRIVACY
http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Teaching/Educator-Conduct/Licensure-Code-of-
Professional-Conduct-for-Ohio-Ed or http://1...
Don’t disparage anyone on the basis of:
 Race or ethnicity
 Socioeconomic status
 Gender
 National origin
 Sexual ori...
Fired
LEARN ODE’S CODE OF
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Never joke about taking any kind of violent action
Disciplined
Fired
LEARN ODE’S CODE OF
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Don’t talk
about breaking
the law or
violating rules,
even if you
haven’t been
charged
Disciplined
LEARN ODE’S CODE OF
PRO...
LEARN ODE’S CODE OF
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Most non-tenured teachers can be let go without
cause. Teacher free speech rights are fairly limited:
Protected as Free Sp...
NOT protected as Free Speech
 Matters of personal concern, e.g.
Social activities
Personal gripes
Partying
Resigned Di...
UNDERSTAND YOUR FIRST
AMENDMENT RIGHTS
DON’T POST ANYTHING
INAPPROPRIATE
Refrain from:
 Profanity
 Obscenity
 Images with you drinking, using drugs, in
questi...
NEVER tell stories about work that include
personally identifiable details or information
protected by state or federal pr...
Even general
statements or
hypotheticals
put you at
risk.
DON’T VENT ABOUT
SCHOOL ONLINE
Suspended
DON’T JOIN
INAPPROPRIATE GROUPS
 Don’t assume Facebook friends of your friends
are safe. One Facebook spam victim lamented,
“I just befriended her ‘cause...
 Create a Google alert to notify you when
anything about you has been posted
 Monitor comments that are posted to your p...
MONITOR YOUR OWN
INTERNET PRESENCE
KEEP WORK AND PLAY
SEPARATE
 Don’t friend people you only know professionally
 Create a separate account if you want to ...
 Don’t friend students from your personal account!
• One teacher was fired for jokingly “threatening”
a student with dete...
 Do not use social media at school, except
during free periods
 Do not access your personal email on a
school computer
...
 Don’t use technology to host or post improper or
inappropriate material
 Make sure everything you do online is in keepi...
Feel free
to discuss
it with
your OEA
Labor
Relations
Consultant
CONTACT OEA IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529
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Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529

Educators in a real and legal sense are held to a higher standard than the average person. Tips for educators on how to use social media safely.

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Dos and donts of social media for educators 20150529

  1. 1. Benefits of social media  Provides a great space for sharing experiences, best practices collaborating, researching and updating one’s knowledge  Exposes teachers to the possibilities offered by web 2.0 technologies  May increase student engagement  Keeps educators up-to-date on news and current public policy issues concerning education
  2. 2.  Facebook Privacy Settings and Tools: https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/  Twitter Safety and Security Settings: http://bit.ly/13xKQqd  YouTube Policies, Safety, and Reporting: http://bit.ly/1aWVzsy  Pinterest Basics: http://bit.ly/ZL0QwI  Flickr Privacy and Sharing: http://bit.ly/15IsUC KNOW YOUR PRIVACY SETTINGS!
  3. 3. Be prepared to share everything you post with a potential audience of millions.  Screenshots  Printouts  Typed or copied text  Online archival systems UNDERSTAND THE LIMITS OF ONLINE PRIVACY
  4. 4. Posted from her home computer and on a page that was set to private. UNDERSTAND THE LIMITS OF ONLINE PRIVACY
  5. 5. http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Teaching/Educator-Conduct/Licensure-Code-of- Professional-Conduct-for-Ohio-Ed or http://1.usa.gov/1LOmomt The most subjective part of which concerns Professional Behavior: Educators shall behave as professionals realizing that their actions reflect directly on the status and substance of the education profession LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  6. 6. Don’t disparage anyone on the basis of:  Race or ethnicity  Socioeconomic status  Gender  National origin  Sexual orientation  Political or religious affiliation  Physical characteristics  Age  Disability LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  7. 7. Fired LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  8. 8. Never joke about taking any kind of violent action Disciplined Fired LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  9. 9. Don’t talk about breaking the law or violating rules, even if you haven’t been charged Disciplined LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  10. 10. LEARN ODE’S CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
  11. 11. Most non-tenured teachers can be let go without cause. Teacher free speech rights are fairly limited: Protected as Free Speech  Matters of public concern, i.e. broader social/political issues of the day EXCEPT when their speech disrupts the school’s learning environment. UNDERSTAND YOUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
  12. 12. NOT protected as Free Speech  Matters of personal concern, e.g. Social activities Personal gripes Partying Resigned DismissedSuspended Dismissed CENSORED UNDERSTAND YOUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
  13. 13. UNDERSTAND YOUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
  14. 14. DON’T POST ANYTHING INAPPROPRIATE Refrain from:  Profanity  Obscenity  Images with you drinking, using drugs, in questionable settings, with disreputable companions, in inappropriate attire, or engaging in illegal activities  Anything that depicts you in an unfavorable light
  15. 15. NEVER tell stories about work that include personally identifiable details or information protected by state or federal privacy laws. DON’T VENT ABOUT SCHOOL ONLINE Fired
  16. 16. Even general statements or hypotheticals put you at risk. DON’T VENT ABOUT SCHOOL ONLINE Suspended
  17. 17. DON’T JOIN INAPPROPRIATE GROUPS
  18. 18.  Don’t assume Facebook friends of your friends are safe. One Facebook spam victim lamented, “I just befriended her ‘cause the other guys we know did.”  With access to personal information, they can use that information to try to hack your personal accounts online, like your bank account . DON’T FRIEND ANYONE YOUR DON’T KNOW
  19. 19.  Create a Google alert to notify you when anything about you has been posted  Monitor comments that are posted to your page and your friends’ photographs • Delete inappropriate language or content • Remove the tags from inappropriate photographs & try to get photos removed MONITOR YOUR OWN INTERNET PRESENCE
  20. 20. MONITOR YOUR OWN INTERNET PRESENCE
  21. 21. KEEP WORK AND PLAY SEPARATE  Don’t friend people you only know professionally  Create a separate account if you want to connect professionally or use a social network designed specifically for connecting professionally • Maintain appropriate boundaries • Always use professional language • Only connect with students transparently & with everyone’s permission
  22. 22.  Don’t friend students from your personal account! • One teacher was fired for jokingly “threatening” a student with detention for calling him “sir.” • Another teacher who friended students had inappropriate pictures of herself posted online. Her students were found to be talking about the pictures. KEEP WORK AND PLAY SEPARATE
  23. 23.  Do not use social media at school, except during free periods  Do not access your personal email on a school computer  Do not bring your laptop to school and connect to your school’s Wi-Fi  Do not use your school’s Wi-Fi with your mobile LEARN YOUR SCHOOL’S ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
  24. 24.  Don’t use technology to host or post improper or inappropriate material  Make sure everything you do online is in keeping with your school’s policy or policies, as well as state and federal laws and regulations LEARN YOUR SCHOOL’S ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
  25. 25. Feel free to discuss it with your OEA Labor Relations Consultant CONTACT OEA IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS

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