Why Social Media Matters: Book Summary

Social Media Guidelines

  • If you start be asking your legal department about social media, they just might tell you it’s a bad idea as they often think in terms of the worst-case scenario. Schools don’t ban physical education because a student might sprain an ankle. Online safety should be part of your curriculum, so be sure to include it as part of staff development. Leaders who engage in social media should be positive examples for staff, students, and the entire community. This chapter can connect you to existing examples of policies you can build yours on. You should also look for mistakes that others have made to learn from. If you make a mistake move on and learn from it. Revisit your policy occasionally and be flexible.
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