Feel free to join this online chat to discuss the opportunities and pitfalls associated with using social networking Internet sites like Facebook and MySpace to monitor student behavior, as well as to connect with students.
Schools across the country are struggling to find the best ways to make use of social networking sites. Some have found themselves criticized for accessing student Web sites to help determine whether school rules—or the law—is being broken. Others have had success tapping such sites to reach out to students in a positive way, using high-tech methods to build constructive relationships between students and educators. But what do school leaders need to watch out for when it comes to using sites like Facebook? The experts will weigh in.
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