Social media was designed to make interaction a lot easier. But today, when we look closely, we are socially awkward. This is why social media causing depression and anxiety isn’t surprising. We are gradually getting so addicted to proving ourselves to the rest of the world that we fail to realize our real self-worth. Social […]
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Wonderful find from my social work virtual pal Sean Erreger focusing on how social media is effecting our youth. Recently I participated in developing a screening tool at my school that would assist in finding students that were anxious and how social media impacted them. The information shared was definitely eye opening as to how much time our students are spending on social media. Social media is definitively a factor in our teens and preteens lives. Elementary students are gaining access to cell phones as early as age 5. Mr. Erreger gives some great advice on how we can assist the students we work with. Check out the page link to find Erreger’s and other great presentations there. Below he shared his presentation at from the Global Social Welfare Digital Summit.
This could be a long and very tedious article. It could be. After all, any communication sent via text message (also called “SMS” or short message service) may fall under a whole slew of rules and regulations, depending on the context of the message. In the U.S., there’s the TCPA (or Telephone Consumer Protection Act),…