What You Don’t Know About Social Media Can Hurt You

What You Don’t Know About Social Media Can Hurt You

Students that attended the Practicing Safe Social Media presentation by Mr. Jackson

William Jackson, an educator with Edward Waters College
and Social Media Visionary with My Quest To Teach,
speaks to elementary and middle school students at
The Bridge of Northeast Florida about Social Media
Safety, Preventing Cyberbullying, and the dangers of

Students learned how to use Social Media in positive ways
and how to keep out of trouble and follow the expectations
of their parents and the law. They also learned that Social
Media content can influence their future credit scores
and employment opportunities.

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William graduated from #SouthCarolinaStateUniversity earning a Bachelor’s in #Education, he furthered his education, earning a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Webster University with a focus on Educational Technology, #SocialMedia and #STEM. William’s career involves teaching with #NASA throughout the 90’s, technology consultant with the Florida Department of Education early 2000’s and currently Professor with #EdwardWatersCollege (2004 to present) teaching Educational Technology, Social Media and STEM. Over 25 yrs in public education teaching Physical Education and #Technology, on the elementary level. William is a 4th generation educator. An instructor in the Call Me Mister Program at Edward Waters College.

William is not only an educator, but he is a Social Media consultant, presenter on STEM/#STEAM, Bullying and Cyberbullying, Internet Safety and his passion #Blogging and #Writing. William keeps active in the Jacksonville community involved in Mentoring Programs for youth, teens and young adults. Mentoring and guiding teens and young adults. The focus of the writings: Technology in Education, The engagement of STEM and STEAM, Bullying, Internet Safety, Social Media, Suicide Prevention, empowering fathers and parenting issues are just a few of his blogs.