This is the link within the DEC portal to Social Media and Technology site, with guidelines for the use of social media provided as well as a range of videos for the development of policy and strategies for managing social media in schools
One of the presentations from the recent DE Symposium, about being "WIRED".
My personal feeling is it's great to have a digital existence (we live in the 21st century and work in a profession where it is becoming necessary), but we also need to be mindful about what we as professionals link through our digital log-ins, eg, to access this site I used my personal facebook log-in.
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Sandra Gardiner's insight:
Our students are using facebook and twitter multiple times a day to update anything from what they did on the way to school to asking questions about how to do an assessment task. Do we need to understand this world?
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