Understanding Social Media & Privacy

A Lesson Plan

Developed by University of Massachusetts Communication majors Molly McKinney, Allison Levin, Annamarie Wadiak, and Benjamin Mancall, under the guidance of Professor Allison Butler, these lesson plans are designed to teach pre-teens and teenagers how to make sense of social media and privacy. Each lesson has age-appropriate lessons and activities that explore social media history, privacy expectations, and ways to work directly with social media in order to understand privacy choices and implications. You can view the lesson plans here.

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