Luton - Social Media for Schools

2018 / May / 29 Posted at Sky Airport Transfer LTD

Learn the proper and appropriate way to use social media platforms to communicate effectively with Parents and Pupils

Social Media is everywhere you go, whether you’re in the office, school, college, university, church, and sports, you name it, and it will be there. Social media has great influence upon education systems and not only teachers, but parents and students have indulged themselves without knowing the benefits and drawbacks of using it.

There are several communities which host programmes such as these to enlighten everyone about the proper usage of social media by showcases pros and cons.

Luton - Social Media for Schools is a seminar that will provide course teaching about social media for schools. It will encircle communication patterns between parents, teachers, and students and how much influenced their words are by the advancement in social media.

The contents of this course will consist of pros and cons of social media, the growth of social media, child safety issues and safeguarding school staff from the negative influence of social media.

According to a study, teachers and students have shown harmful and inappropriate behaviour in school due to informal learning from social media platforms. Such platforms are Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube mainly.

Students have changed their paradigms about education and society by extreme involvement in things on the internet that will not only damage the surrounding but will ruin the future of the student. Therefore, the purpose of this seminar is to bring forth basic education about how we can utilise social media positively and productively.

Remember, everything in the world has some advantages and disadvantages and most of us today are blindfolded to recognise the brainwashing social media is doing for our children. One of the primary contexts of Luton - Social Media for Schools is to learn about how to deal with abusive parents who communicate informally and unacceptably on Facebook and Twitter.

This is why the seminar is most recommended to school staff rather than parents and pupils. Also, individuals who wish to attend this educational seminar can request their interest through their schools.

Such events are hosted by Paul Sample – from the Mustard Agency who is nationally recognised for excellent reputation for bringing management and discipline in schools. He has also authored ‘How to Survive an on Social Media’ and ‘Managing your School’s reputation.

The event will take place on Thursday 28th of September from 9am to 1pm

Location of the event will be Basepoint Centres Ltd, 110 Butterfield, Great Marlings, LU2 8DL Luton, United Kingdom