She introduced us to the book, "Smart Answers to Tough Questions". After reading a few chapters, I was hooked. It's an excellent go-to text for those questions you can't exactly "wing".
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So, this post was prompted by the new law that has been brought to the great state of Missouri. I'm sure there are several opinions surrounding this "Facebook Law". Basically, because of this new law teachers are not allowed to contact students using any type of social network that is not school/district affiliated. I read the article on Huffington Post earlier and you should too!
Here's a blurb to draw you in...
Missouri 'Facebook Law' Limits Teacher-Student Interactions Online, Draws Criticism And Praise
No teacher shall establish, maintain, or use a work-related internet site unless such site is available to school administrators and the child's legal custodian, physical custodian, or legal guardian.
Continue reading here.
I'm sure there are many varying opinions on this and I would love to hear them!
To end, here's a video of Matt Damon sticking up for teachers. Thanks Matt! We appreciate it.