Post It Social Media Plan For Parents

Here is the Post It Social Media Plan for parents.  The goal is to have offline conversations with their students within each month around the content.

If you missed the original post explaining what this Social Media plan is all about, then click here or need the Social Media Plan for students click here

Feel free to use any and all of this information but also don’t feel tied to these updates word for word. These are simply examples that you could copy and paste if you wanted or add your own personality. If you have any questions, suggestions, or even content that other people can use to help influence parents for this week then please leave your comments below the post.

Social media plan for parents:  influences parents to have offline conversations with their kids within each month. 

Twitter:

Bottom Line Session 1:  What you post MATTERS. #PostIt #XP3

Bottom Line Session 2:  You are MORE than what you post. #PostIt #XP3

Quote from Think About This (Parent Cue):  Waiting for something—going through a process—can make us appreciate the whole experience more. #PostIt # XP3

Action Point:  Parents: choose one night over the next two weeks to disconnect from technology and do something fun together as a family. #PostIt #XP3

Retweet from Orange Parents/MP:  Great question for your family and use of technology: Five years from now what will you wish you’d done? #PostIt #XP3 http://www.orangeparents.org/one-question-every-parent-should-ask-themselves/

Hyperlink to PLL:  Hi parents – check out the latest Parent Link Live by @cnieuwhof #PostIt #XP3 http://www.orangeparents.org/parent-link-live/

Encouraging Quote:  Happiness, not in another place but this place…not for another hour, but this hour.” — Walt Whitman #PostIt #XP3

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Series Summary:

Let’s be honest. We’ve all been guilty of painting a less-than-honest picture of ourselves—or others—through social media. But the Bible reminds us that what we say—whether online or in person—matters. How we talk about others, and ourselves, is important. And it all starts with what’s inside our hearts. So where do you need to rethink what you say online? What things are you dealing with inside that need to stop showing up on your newsfeed? What do you need to do to become the person you want to be—not just the person you want everyone to think you are?

Recap of Action Point:

Try This 

Choose one night and get everyone in your family off the grid. That means a full media blackout for everyone in your household for 6-9 hours. No Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine … no Internet at all. In fact, get really serious and have a designated and out-of-reach spot for everyone to put their phones—and iPads, tablets … you name it—and instead, spend that time in face-to-face, quality family time. You could go out for a family night or a have a media-free zone at home and have a meal and after-dinner game night together. Here are some fun dinner table questions to get your night rolling.

  • If you could have picked your own name, what would it be?
  • If you had to eat the same meal every night for dinner, what would you eat?
  • Which of your friends do you think I/we like the most? Why?
  • What is the earliest memory you have of our family?
  • What would you do if you were invisible for a day?
  • Would you rather be: A professional athlete, an actor/actress or a singer? Why?
  • What punishment have I/we given you that you thought was really unfair? Why?
  • What fast food restaurant could you eat at for an entire day—breakfast, lunch and dinner?

Share Orange parents link with encouraging question:

Great question for your family and use of technology: Five years from now what will you wish you’d done? #PostIt #XP3 http://www.orangeparents.org/one-question-every-parent-should-ask-themselves/

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