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Andrew Campbell 8 Oct 17
Just yesterday someone I interact with in a private forum told me that their VP admitted she regularly checks on what teachers tweet
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
I only ever check(ed) to learn and support.
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𝕕𝕠𝕦𝕘𝕡𝕖𝕥𝕖 8 Oct 17
What would you have done if you'd seen something that was wrong?
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
1)I suppose that would have depended on the nature of the 'wrongness.' People are always entitled to their opinion, no 'wrong' there.
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
2) If something were grammatically incorrect, I'd gently point out the error, as I hope they'd do for me.
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
3) If I thought their 'error' was 'career limiting' I'd point that out in person or through a DM.
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
4) In general though, I simply made sure staff and students understood the permanent nature of social media posts and that they had no
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
5) power over who read them or retweeted them or forwarded them on.
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
6) I think everybody who follows me, or who I follow 'gets that.'
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
7) ...and I've never seen a tweet from one of my former staff that is even 'questionable' let alone 'wrong.' For example,
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𝕕𝕠𝕦𝕘𝕡𝕖𝕥𝕖
Do you think your old schools are still in the stage of early adoption?
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
1) Oh yes! For years we were warned against using any form of social media. It wasn't until the last couple years of my career that I
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David Garlick 8 Oct 17
2) began to see the usefulness and power of twitter.
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