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E-sponsibility:

E- sponsibility By Chelsea schwartze Teachers and Students

What is the issue?:

What is the issue? Teachers technological behaviors Impact on professionalism Students technological behaviors Effect on Student’s education

What is the problem?:

What is the problem? Technology in the Classroom

What is the problem?:

What is the problem ? A look at the Teachers ….

How does it affect teaching?:

How does it affect teaching? C onsequences of social networking ….

What Can we do?:

What Can we do? Be appropriate, Set Limits and Boundaries Be professional Proof read everything Don’t accept student friend request

What is the problem?:

What is the problem? A look at the Students ….

How does it affect student education?:

How does it affect student education? People are not good at multi-tasking Face booking while studying leds to 20% lower grades

How does it affect student education?:

How does it affect student education? Multi-tasking results in lower grade performance Excessive media usage affects moods of students

What is the problem?:

What is the problem? Cyber-bullying

Solutions?:

Solutions? Are there any…. Addressing Cyber-bullying usually means trouble for school districts and educators.

Solutions!:

Solutions! Parent Involvement

Four Types of Cyber Bullies:

Four Types of Cyber Bullies “The Vengeful Angel ” “The Power Hungry ” (Revenge of the Nerds) “ Mean Girls” “The Inadvertent Cyber-bully" stopcyberbulling. org

“The Vengeful Angel”:

“The Vengeful Angel” Symptoms: Victim retaliation Teaching the bully a lesson Solutions: Communication Resources

“The power Hungry”:

“The power Hungry” Symptoms: Exerting power or authority Technological savvy Solutions: Take action to avoid bully in the first place Teach and talk to students

“Mean girls” :

“Mean girls” Symptoms: Seeks entertainment Not done alone Solutions: Teach students to speak out

“The Inadvertent Cyber-bullies”:

“The Inadvertent Cyber-bullies” Symptoms: Highly emotional React out of angry Solutions: Teach children to edit themselves

Bibliography:

Bibliography All images collected from Microsoft Office. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/ Aftab , P. ( n.d. ). Stop cyberbullying . Retrieved from http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/what_is_cyberbullying_exactly.html Invester , M. (2011). lol .. omg ! what every student needs to know about online reputation management, digital citizenship and cyberbullying . (p. 138). Reno, NV: Serra Knight Publishing. Jacobs, T. (2010). Teen cyberbullying investigated: where do your rights end and consequences being? . (p. 198). Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing Inc. Nielsen, L. (2010, October 18). [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2010/10/facebook-doesnt-get-teachers-fired.html O'Dell, J. (2011, April 27). For students, what is the “ facebook effect” on grades?. Retrieved from http://mashable.com/2011/04/27/facebook-effect-students/ Sullivan, B. (2010, October 22). The red tape chronicles. Teachers, students and Facebook, a toxic mix, Retrieved from http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2010/10/22/6345537-teachers-students-and-facebook-a-toxic-mix Van Pelt, MA, J. (2011). Web exclusive: Is ‘ facebook depression’ for real?. Retrieved from http://www.socialworktoday.com/archive/exc_080811.shtml [Web log message]. (2010, January 27). Retrieved from http://education-portal.com/articles/Kids_Media_Consumption_Linked_to_Poor_Grades.html

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