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Oversharing: Think Before You Post
Could your learners use a little more discretion when they post online? Take a look at these ten rules of posting etiquette, which prompts them to be smart about what photos and information they share on the Internet.
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- Post in a computer lab for reference
- Use in a lesson about social media, anti-bullying, or other forms of electronic communication
- Have kids reflect on times when they or other people they know have broken these etiquette suggestions
- See which rules kids think are appropriate, and which ones are more flexible
- Helpful for kids who spend a lot of time on social media
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