• Members of the Innovative Educator Group were recently asked for their advice to students when it comes to using social media responsibly.  Here's what they said:  (This advice is great for adults, too!)
     
     
    • Be your best self online and in life.
    • Use social media to promote good will.
    • Use digital wisdom.
    • Use social media for social good.
    • Know what you stand for when you post.
    • Learn to use social media and use social media to learn.
    • Be authentic and genuine online and off.
    • Begin working on your digital footprint in high school.
    • Discuss online reputation with your family.
    • Use proper language to show you know know from no.
    • Your posts can outlive you, so post wisely.   
    • When you post online you are creating your legacy.
    • Use social media for social responsibility.
    • Be the you you want to be when you post.
    • Your voice matters and social media gives you a platform for others to hear it. 
    • Post words you can standby because anything you say online can stay with you for a lifetime.
    • If you can dream it you can build it, develop it, change it, create it, connect it, reflect on it, tell it, learn it and collaborate all with social media.
    • Connect yourself to the world using social media.
    • With social media you also get to meet people’s minds before or even without seeing their faces.