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Should teachers and students be friends on Facebook?


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Donna Hilbrandt (donnah75) says

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  • Sarra Garrett 4 years ago

    I concur with TF Scientist. Teachers are professionals and should not be friends with their students on Facebook.


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Dr. Arthur Ide says

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    Dr. Arthur Ide 4 years ago

    Teachers we find who are "friends" on Facebook, usually are also bed companions; I have sat on many cases and found such friendships are detrimental to the student and to learning. There is no privacy on Facebook and everyone deserves a private life.

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    Dr. Arthur Ide 4 years ago

    As a professional educator with doctorates in subject fields, teaching, and psychology, I disagree strongly. No student has any right to know about the private life of a teacher or other students. This leads to poor learning skills and dependency.

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