Social Media Presentation for parents - CISVA

Social Media Presentation for parents - CISVA

Social Media Presenta tion for parents

the wonderful yet absolutely terrifying world of the

A warm and communicative parent-child relationship is the most important nontechnical means that parents can use to deal with the challenges of the sexualized media environment.

Dr. Patricia Greenfield, Professor of Psychology at UCLA, director of the Childrens Digital Media Center Evening Agenda: Social Media networks Review networks together Online conduct

Gr. 7 survey Family Media Agreement Heres whats popular

now in social media Some Snapchat examples

Musical.ly Examples Twitter examples Online Messaging Apps

No Filter Gr 7 Survey Strong majority of students have

social media Strong majority check it more than once a day (on a phone)

Gr 7 Survey Students use Instagram and Snapchat more than the other networks Students check much

more frequently than they post Gr. 7 Comments: They should use it not that much only a couple times a day because we need to stay aware of

what happens around the world Social Media in my terms is a pretty good way to connect with people. Social Media should ONLY be used in class for either research reasons or when to teacher allows it.

Gr. 7 Comments: For Snapchat, I do streaks, I guess lots of kids go on Snapchat, but that's only because streaks force you to send photos everyday. I think that kids our age use too much of their phones, and I think that they should be more

monitored. Parents: Your child should have your permission to join a network

Make sure you have your childs passwords Create and model specific household rules for internet use Monitor (and even participate) in your childs online life

Students: Accept that anything online is not private, and your parents have the right to monitor it Be a good person online and offline

Go to your parents if you see something inappropriate No one can monitor you better than you Family Media Agreement

I will stay balanced I will.. think first I will stay safe

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