10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know
Parents' Guide to Facebook - a soup-to-nuts guide to Facebook privacy settings, profile settings, group settings, and more. For parents who "just don't get Facebook" the guide offers great explanations of the appeal of Facebook for teenagers and what teenagers do on Facebook. The guide provides a run down of recommended settings for teenagers and explanations of what those settings mean.
Facebook, Students and Teachers: A Question of Free Speech
8 Real Ways Facebook Enriched Ms. Schoening’s First Grade Class
Historical Facebook Lesson - Allow a student to create a faux Facebook page for a famous person from history using a Google Drawing! A fun way to introduce research to students.
Facebook for Parents - to help kids reach their potential, parents today must know about Facebook. That’s the purpose of this site and related materials.
Young students use Facebook in the classroom
10 Ways Facebook Strengthens the Student - Teacher Connection
Students set up 'Facebook Watch' to monitor online bullying - The idea is that students who observe swearing, bullying, harassment or inappropriate photographs posted on their classmates' Facebook pages will contact those responsible and ask them to remove the offensive postings. Uncooperative students will be reported to their homeroom teacher.
1. Safety Center – Great information for Parents, Educators, Teens, and Law Enforcement! http://www.facebook.com/safety
2. Privacy Guide – Information on how to set up your privacy settings. There are movies on the bottom of this page that are helpful! http://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation.php
3. Community Standards – How to behave in an online environment (great for teens!) http://www.facebook.com/communitystandards
4. Help Page – self explainatory ;) http://www.facebook.com/help
5. Facebook Blog – Sometimes people will post lies on facebook (for example: they are going to start to charge people) … If you are unsure of a change on Facebook, be sure to check out their blog! http://blog.facebook.com/
Don't forget the Privacy
Guide as well - http://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation.php