Confused about issues related to the use of social media by students? Join us for an exploration of these issues through the content of this app: Social Media Law for Students. Our focus is a common sense, practical approach to thinking ahead about potential problems that might be faced by students with respect to the their use of social media.
This app is also valuable for administrators, teachers and counselors who are involved with students who utilize virtual learning communities during the course of their school day. What rights do students have? What responsibilities do school administrators have? What are some of the legal implications for students who are involved in virtual learning? We hope to present grounded information that will assist in providing guidelines relevant to addressing issues related to students’ use of social media. Join us as we explore these ideas.
This app addresses questions such as:
1.Do school administrators, teachers, parents, and students have a clear understanding of the implications of the use of social media in the school setting?
2.What is the school setting? Is the school a physical or virtual world?
3.We will also examine legal issues from a Constitutional, State, and local school board policy perspective. 4.Our goal is to translate these issues into common sense, practical guidelines that will assist school administrators, teachers, parents, and students in using social media responsibly.
Social Media Law for Students is a free software application from the Chat & Instant Messaging subcategory, part of the Communications category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2014-11-30. The program can be installed on Android.
Social Media Law for Students (version 1.02) has a file size of 4.09 MB and is available for download from our website.
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