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The Student’s Guide To Proper Social Media Etiquette

The Student’s Guide To Proper Social Media Etiquette | The use of social media in education | Scoop.it
If you're like me, you act differently on different social networks. It's important to remember the proper social media etiquette that you should follow while sharing online.

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Students: 4 Ways to Make a Good Impression in Online Classes

Students: 4 Ways to Make a Good Impression in Online Classes | The use of social media in education | Scoop.it

"Charles Belote, an online bachelor's student from Amarillo, Texas, says he sees his fair share of bad behavior on the online discussion boards he is required to use for class."

 

"Good online course etiquette requires keeping writing professional and courteous, experts say."


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Scholastic Media Association--Northeast | ScholasticMedia.org

Scholastic Media Association--Northeast | ScholasticMedia.org | The use of social media in education | Scoop.it

Mission Statement

Promoting and supporting collaborative communication among media educators, producers and students.

 

As the scope of media education and media literacy education expands, the mission of the Scholastic Media Association is to continue sharing knowledge, training and networking with our members and with the community.

 

A ONE DAY Conference is coming up on October 17, 2014!


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Don't Be "That Guy" In Your Online Classes: Online Student Etiquette

Don't Be "That Guy" In Your Online Classes: Online Student Etiquette | The use of social media in education | Scoop.it

An online classroom environment is very different from what you find in a traditional classroom. You communicate almost entirely in writing—and misunderstandings can happen more frequently than they do in person, because you don’t have the crutch of body language to help interpret someone’s remarks. You may feel relatively anonymous, sitting alone behind your computer screen, but you aren’t—and you shouldn’t behave that way.


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AIR SMART PRINCIPAL! - Students Charged After Flashing Pellet Gun in School - nbcchicago.com

AIR SMART PRINCIPAL! - Students Charged After Flashing Pellet Gun in School - nbcchicago.com | The use of social media in education | Scoop.it

"...Weapons of any kind, even toy weapons, can never come to school," (Principal Jerry) Cook reminded parents and students.


"It’s evident from student interviews that there are a number of students throughout the City of Elgin who are participating in ‘BB gun/paintball battles,'" he added. "I urge you to have conversations with your children about the dangers of carrying look-alike guns in public. These guns look very real and can have very dangerous consequences."



Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/BB-Gun-Incidents-Prompt-Concers-at-Elgin-High-272736931.html#ixzz3CE6uWCTU ;
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Here is the way to handle the "aftermath" of an AIR STUPID at a school...contact with parents and guardians to alert them...although they should be fully aware of their kids and Airsoft....and let them handle the situation through proper channels!  Well Done Principal Cook...and from CHICAGOLAND...the murder hub this summer, advice that WILL save a life!