I enjoyed working with Jennifer Prosser’s language arts classes to create a “faux” Facebook page on the subject of a biography each had chosen. Students came in for a lesson on social networks and were introduced to the term digital footprint. Each was able to Google their name to check their own digital footprint online. Online safety and netiquette were also topics discussed. Students downloaded the PowerPoint Facebook template and I showed students how to edit them to reflect the subject of their biography. I can’t wait to see the finished products!
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