From COVID-19 to vaccine distribution to mask mandates, there is a lot of talk online about what people should or should not do. But how do you know who to trust? How does a rising tide of social media misinformation shape student experiences?
Student technology and social media use are skyrocketing and schools struggle to keep up. From texting to TikTok to online coursework, students don’t distinguish between the physical world and the digital world. It’s all the same. Social media is just being social. With technology’s rate of change, student experiences evolve quickly. How can schools continue to foster healthy, productive learning environments?
Looking for some guidance on which #WinAtSocial Curriculum lessons to run in April? We’ve got your back! We sifted through our Curriculum Calendar to identify specific timely lessons for 4th through 12th grade that are especially relevant this month.
Social media makes networking easier than ever before. Given that 85% of jobs are found via networking, it’s easy to see why that’s one of the most valuable social media skills every student should learn.
Hear how Duke Career Center Executive Director Greg Victory and LinkedIn Learning’s Paul Petrone team up to offer expert tips that any student can take advantage of right now to enhance their social media profiles and boost their future prospects.