Social Media Profile & Post How To

Social Media Profile & Post How To
Social Media Profile & Post How To
Social Media Profile & Post How To
Social Media Profile & Post How To
Social Media Profile & Post How To
Social Media Profile & Post How To
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Whether it’s a Facebook or Instagram post or a tweet, students use social media as a way of communicating daily. If monitored, social media profiles and posts could tell us a lot about our students. Students who use social media need to use it responsibly knowing and understanding what’s okay to post and what’s not. Use this How To guide to teach your students how to create appropriate social media profiles and posts. Monitor your students social media profiles and posts regularly and let them know that something will be done if you see something inappropriate or alarming. School safety is our main priority and won’t be ignored.

What’s included:

*Social Media Profile Guidelines - gives students guidelines to what’s appropriate to include in a profile and what is safe to share on social media.

*Social Media Profile Checklist- students use this checklist to create or revise existing social media profiles. You could also have students critique their peers’ profiles using this checklist.

*6 (3 girl and 3 boy) Profile Templates- students use these templates to draft their profiles. You could use the templates to create sample profiles for students to critique using the guidelines and checklist.

*Social Media Post Guidelines -gives students guidelines to what is okay to post on social media and what’s not, focusing on the content and images.

*Social Media Post Checklist- students use this checklist to critique and evaluate their posts on social media

*Post It or Trash It? Template- You or your students could create sample posts to critique and evaluate and decide whether that post could be posted or trashed, focusing on appropriate content and images, using the guidelines and checklist.

*Social Media Posts Templates- Students practice drafting posts that are appropriate to post on social media using what they learned about creating appropriate and safe social media posts Use the IPAD social media post template to publish a post or create a “social media friendly” bulletin board display.

Enjoy! From My Classroom To Yours!

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