Why Teaching Kindness in Schools Is Essential to Reduce Bullying. Phrases like "random acts of kindness" and "pay it forward" have become popular terms in modern society.
This could perhaps be best explained by those who have identified a deficiency in their lives that can only be fulfilled by altruism. It seems there are good reasons why we can't get enough of those addictive, feel-good emotions, as scientific studies prove there are many physical, emotional, and mental health benefits associated with kindness. As minds and bodies grow, it’s abundantly clear that children require a healthy dose of the warm-and-fuzzies to thrive as healthy, happy, well-rounded individuals. Patty O'Grady, PhD, an expert in neuroscience, emotional learning, and positive psychology, specializes in education. She reports: Kindness changes the brain by the experience of kindness.
A great number of benefits have been reported to support teaching kindness in schools, best summed up by the following. Happy, Caring Children Greater Sense of Belonging and Improved Self-Esteem. 4 tips til effektiv markedsføring i sosiale medier « Idium. De fleste bedrifter har forstått at sosiale medier har kommet for å bli.
Markedsføring i sosiale medier er en ypperlig måte å tiltrekke seg nye kunder på. Det er imidlertid ikke alle som har en klar målsetting med hva de gjør, og i svært mange tilfeller dreier det seg om sporadiske oppdateringer. Og den mest brukte unnskyldningen er: Jeg har ikke tid! Er du en av disse? Leser du videre kan du ta farvel med denne unnskyldningen en gang for alle. Mange opplever nok at det kan være overveldene å skulle markedsføre bedriften sin i sosiale medier. Les også: 9 grunner til at du må markedsføre deg på LinkedIn Idium sendte ut en undersøkelse til våre kunder, og gjennom denne fant vi ut at våre kunder i all hovedsak bruker Facebook og LinkedIn. Vi er imidlertid i andre kanaler også (Twitter, Instagram og Google+), men vi bruker ikke mye tid på å lage eget innhold til disse kanalene.
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Marikosberg - Adjunkt p 28 r, ansatt i Trondheim kommune. Kontaktl rer for 1. trinn, og student ved H gskolen i Nesna. Mari Kosberg (@marikos87) The History and Evolution of Social Media. Social media has become an integral part of modern society.
There are general social networks with user bases larger than the population of most countries. There are niche sites for virtually every special interest out there. There are sites to share photos, videos, status updates, sites for meeting new people and sites to connect with old friends. It seems there are social solutions to just about every need. In this article, we’ll review the history and evolution of social media from its humble beginnings to the present day. Precursors to Social Media Usernets Usenet systems were first conceived of in 1979 by Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis. Usenets have no centralized server or dedicated administrator, setting them apart from most BBSs and forums.
Group sites such as Google Groups and Yahoo! BBSs (Bulletin Board Systems) The first BBSs came online in the late 70s. TSU Social Network - Navigation Friends Followers (Tutorial) The social network where no one knows your name. Online, you can project whatever identity you like.
But for some people, it's easier to have no identity at all. A new social networking site, Social Number, caters to those who have a preference for anonymity. Instead of a name or a handle or a thumbnail photo of themselves, users are identified only by a number. In this way, the site encourages users to discuss anything, from a bad job to a hot-button social issue to a substance-abuse problem, without fear that the conversation could be connected to their real-world identity. "I had been feeling for a while that there were privacy issues with most social networking sites," said the site's creator, who gives his name only as M.K. Social Number is just the latest volley in a longstanding debate surrounding anonymity on the Internet. The controversial site 4chan, where anonymous users have been known to post offensive material, has long reveled in its anything-goes spirit. What are the Effects of Social Media on Our Youth?
First, What are the Good Parts?
Social media sites such as Facebook and MySpace can also act as a great tool for professionals, both helping to market skills of small business owners and also find business opportunities, “you can also use these sites to network professionally. You might be able to help someone else out. For instance, one friend might mention on his profile that he needs a carpenter to come to his house. You might know someone who's perfect for the job; all you have to do is send a couple of messages and you've helped two friends out at the same time!”
(www.howstuffworks.com) Now the Hard Part, the Negatives.. On the negative side there are many risks involved with the social media and the internet in general. New studies have shown that site such as Facebook can actually influence you to spend more money.