HELP YOUR CHILD WIN AT SOCIAL MEDIA. WINNING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER.
A positive, student-led approach.
Explore our Huddles: conversation guides about real-life social media situations children report facing daily, with expert tips and tech tricks. New scenarios published regularly.
Use our Platform Playbooks to learn how your child can use the hottest apps positively. Plus, get curated, best-in-class resources and privacy settings so they stay safe.
Explore our Wall of Fame to find positive role models who use social media for good, people your child can follow and learn from. New Wall of Famers inducted regularly.
|"You don’t have to be tech savvy for the Social Locker Room. It’s the best source for simplifying social media platforms and trends so you’re always ahead of the game — whether you know how to navigate a phone or not! I was able to have positive, open conversations with my daughter about emerging trends and apps."|
|Executive Director at WomenOne|
|Mom of four|
|“The Social Locker Room is on the forefront of ed tech. It’s like the fun Cliff Notes of social media. The Social Institute's positive approach to empower students instead of scaring them is innovative and fresh for parents. I’ve not seen anything that compares to it. Parents will especially appreciate the Huddles, which offer parenting tips for social media situations kids face daily, yet parents never would have considered."|
|Program Lead at Facebook|
|Mom of two|
|“Our students and parents have longed for a sustained message about how to connect conversations, use, and education about technology and social media. We feel our commitment to community health must include a systemic educational approach to understanding the potential positive impact "social" can bring, and we’re looking forward to offering this innovative tool to our school's entire parent community.”|
|Assistant Head of School for Student Affairs|
|7 in 10 employers|
|use social media to recruit talented employees (and weed out others).|
|1 in 3 colleges|
|will Google you to learn more about you, beyond your college application.|
|gets one reputation. Not five, not two, one. Protect it and strengthen it.|