Tag Archives: social media

The Current State of Cyberbullying

By Judge Tom Jacobs, coauthor of Every Vote Matters: The Power of Your Voice, from Student Elections to the Supreme Court Over the past decade, adults and teenagers have been prosecuted for cyberbullying. Whether charged specifically with an act of … Continue reading

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Engaging Parents in Student Success

By Barbara Gruener Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. This wise proverb, suspected to have come from African roots, is really speaking to me as we launch into the 2017–2018 school … Continue reading

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Rebel with a Cause: How to Guide the Middle School Activist

By Judge Tom Jacobs and Natalie Jacobs, coauthors of Every Vote Matters: The Power of Your Voice, from Student Elections to the Supreme Court “People love what other people are passionate about.” —Mia (played by Emma Stone) in La La … Continue reading

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Best Twitter Accounts and Chats for Educators

By Andrew Hawk As social media continues to become more and more integrated into American society, educators everywhere continue to find ways to apply it to their trade. The networking potential for Twitter and chatting is only beginning to be … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Teachers Using Social Media

By Andrew Hawk  Teacher-student relationships have been under a magnifying glass for several years as case after case of inappropriate relationships have trickled into the news. This scrutiny has also surfaced in the debate over how educators should handle their … Continue reading

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