Tuesday, October 11, 2011

30 Websites Which Show the Pros and Cons of Social Networking and Students

Last year, one of our administrators asked me to compile a list of sites on pros and cons of social networking and students. The more information I gathered, the more I realized what an important post this would be for teachers. All of the infographics can also be found on the page I made for infographics. Here are  sites with information on the topic:

7 Ways to Fix Rude Tween Behavior

Anti-Bullying Programs- speakers for assemblies; online bullying surveys and more

The Benefits of Social Media for Teachers- from Richard Byrne, Free Technology For Teachers

Dr. Kowalski on Social Media- Professor in the Department of Psychology at Clemson University in South Carolina, and the author of Cyberbullying: Bullying in the Digital Ages.

Education 2.0: Social Networking and Education- infographic

How College Professors Use Social Media- infographic

How Does the World of Social Networking Compare to High School?- infographic

How Social Media is Reshaping College Admissions-infographic

How Texting Changes the Way Kids Communicate

How to Get Better Grades Using Social Media- infographic

How to Protect Your Teens From Dangers Posed by Social Media Sites

Is Social Media Ruing Students?- infographic

Kids and Social Networking: Pros and Cons- CNN Health

The New Risks for Teens in Social Networking Sites

An Open Letter to Teens: re Social Media

ProCon.org- about social networking

Problems With Social Networking and Teens

The Pros and Cons of Texting and IM- written by Kelley Loftis for TechLearning Magazine

Responsible Social Networking For Teens

Rules 'n Tools for Social Networking Sites- from Protectkids.com

The Secret Life of Kids Online- CNN

Social Media Finds a Place in the Classroom-USA Today report about New Milford H.S. Principal Eric Sheninger

The Social Media Stars of 2011

Social Networking and Bullying

Social Networking: Good For Children? - from the Cyberhood Watch web site

Social Networking Sites: Safety Tips for Tweens and Teens- from the Federal Trade Commission

Study Links Too Much Texting, Social Networking to Health Risks- from CNN

Why Social Media is Actually Good for Teens

Why Social Media is Good and Bad For Kids

Why Social Networks are Good for the Kids

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