On Monday, the New York City Department of Education published its first set of guidelines for the use of social media, underscoring the importance for teachers and staff to keep a clear distinction between the use of their personal and professional accounts.
“In an increasingly digital world, we seek to provide our students with the opportunities that multi-media learning can provide—which is why we should allow and encourage the appropriate and accepted use of these powerful resources,” schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said in an e-mail to principals, according to the Journal.
Mainly, teachers are expected to use common sense: inappropriate offline behavior would also be inappropriate online. However, teachers are being told that their interactions with students on professional social networking services will be monitored and that there is “no expectation of privacy,” and that administrators and officials should have access to the professional accounts.
» via ars technica
- vangard2 likes this
- josephinewei reblogged this from infoneer-pulse
- edspotlight reblogged this from infoneer-pulse and added:
- fortunenglory likes this
- penguingirl reblogged this from infoneer-pulse
- jezrin reblogged this from infoneer-pulse
- growinupdanie reblogged this from infoneer-pulse
- This was featured in #Education
- webpercent reblogged this from infoneer-pulse
- infoneer-pulse posted this