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Smart Social Podcast: Keeping students safe so they can Shine Online

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Smart Social Podcast: Keeping students safe so they can Shine Online

Smart Social Podcast: Keeping students safe so they can Shine Online

Josh Ochs

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The Smart Social Team teaches parents, educators, and students how to stay safe on social media so they can Shine Online. We show you how to audit your Google results and use your social media accounts as a portfolio of positive accomplishments. We keep it tactical and practical with tips you can use to better understand how to navigate the digital world as a parent, student, and educator. Learn more at SmartSocial.com

Latest Episodes

Parent Compass: An Interview with Author Catherine Newman of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up

In this podcast episode, Jenn Curtis and Cindy Muchnick interview Catherine Newman, author of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up. Catherine chats about what gave her the idea to write this essential title, her take on independence and interdependence and why they're both important, and the value of resilience.

21 min1 w ago
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Parent Compass: An Interview with Author Catherine Newman of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up

Why Students Should Clean Up Their Social Media Profiles (with Andrew Selepak, Social Media Professor at the University of Florida)

It’s so easy to hide behind a screen on social media and hit “send” that you don’t always consider the consequences of your digital footprint. Although social media networks, like Instagram and TikTok, allow you to connect with like-minded people from all over the world, every comment or photo you post could potentially harm your reputation later in life. In this episode of the SmartSocial.com Podcast, Josh Ochs chats with University of Florida Social Media Professor Andrew Selepak, PhD about ways students can manage their own social media reputation and branding.

12 min2 w ago
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Why Students Should Clean Up Their Social Media Profiles (with Andrew Selepak, Social Media Professor at the University of Florida)

Grant Writing Tips for Educators with Guest, Meredith Noble

SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs chats with Meredith Noble, Founder of LearnGrantWriting.org, about the best ways educators can write winning grants.

6 min3 w ago
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Grant Writing Tips for Educators with Guest, Meredith Noble

Parent Compass: An Interview with Authors Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal

In this episode of Parent Compass on the SmartSocial.com Podcast, hosts Jenn Curtis and Cindy Muchnick interview The Wall Street Journal reporters and co-authors of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal, Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz. "UNACCEPTABLE is the definitive story of the college admissions scandal that shocked the nation and shattered myths about meritocracy." Levitz and Korn chat about their unprecedented access to the families wrapped up in the scandal, their thoughts on the repercussions, and lessons that all parents can take away from the fallout.

39 min3 w ago
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Parent Compass: An Interview with Authors Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal

Talking With Kids About Advertising with Guest Suzanne Tomlinson

Kids can be savvier than we think. But they still need guidance when it comes to viewing online content. Josh Ochs sat down with Suzanne Tomlinson, Digital Copywriter/Homeschool Mom to talk about how to teach kids about online advertising.

6 minOCT 1
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Talking With Kids About Advertising with Guest Suzanne Tomlinson

Wink App Connects Kids to Strangers (App Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

The Wink app connects kids with strangers. But since there’s no age or profile verification, who are your kids really connecting with? SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs breaks down the Wink app to help parents decide if their kids should be using it.

9 minSEP 29
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Wink App Connects Kids to Strangers (App Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Is TikTok Here to Stay in the USA? (Sept. 2020 App Updates for Parents and Educators)

The Chinese-owned TikTok app is facing a lot of uncertainty in the US after the White House called for a nationwide TikTok ban, citing the possibility of the app spying on its users and it posing a possible national security threat. The app’s owner, ByteDance, called the claimed “unfounded.” As of Sept. 22, 2020, the TikTok app was still fully operational in America while ByteDance tried to work out a deal with new US-based partners. SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs explains what the latest TikTok news means for families.

4 minSEP 22
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Is TikTok Here to Stay in the USA? (Sept. 2020 App Updates for Parents and Educators)

Practical and Tactical Online Tips for Teen on the Autism Spectrum with Guest Michael Uram

SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs sat down with Michael Uram, MA, LMFT, LPCC to talk about digital tips for teenagers on the Autism Spectrum. Listen in and learn how to help your students better navigate the Internet. Uram is the CEO of Uram Family Therapy and Owner of Wundt Digital Therapeutics.

17 minSEP 16
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Practical and Tactical Online Tips for Teen on the Autism Spectrum with Guest Michael Uram

Triller App: A Social Video Network Similar to TikTok (Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Triller is a US-owned social video app where users can easily edit and share short videos. In this episode, SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Och explains how Triller works, why it's becoming so popular, and what parents can do to help keep their kids safe on it.

6 minSEP 15
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Triller App: A Social Video Network Similar to TikTok (Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Parent Compass: Navigating A Teen's Wellness & Academic Journey with Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis

Co-authors, Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis of The Parent Compass book, discuss how to navigate a teen's wellness and academic journey. Moms of 4 and 2, with a background in mental health and college admissions, Muchnick and Curtis have made it their mission to help students realize their goals and live intentional lives. The authors dive into observations they've made over the years as educational consultants and mothers of a combined 6 kids, especially as it relates to parenting behavior in the academic context. They also chat about tips to navigate the uncertainties in the college admission process specifically as a result of COVID-19.

16 minSEP 15
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Parent Compass: Navigating A Teen's Wellness & Academic Journey with Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis

Latest Episodes

Parent Compass: An Interview with Author Catherine Newman of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up

In this podcast episode, Jenn Curtis and Cindy Muchnick interview Catherine Newman, author of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up. Catherine chats about what gave her the idea to write this essential title, her take on independence and interdependence and why they're both important, and the value of resilience.

21 min1 w ago
Comments
Parent Compass: An Interview with Author Catherine Newman of How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn Before You're Grown Up

Why Students Should Clean Up Their Social Media Profiles (with Andrew Selepak, Social Media Professor at the University of Florida)

It’s so easy to hide behind a screen on social media and hit “send” that you don’t always consider the consequences of your digital footprint. Although social media networks, like Instagram and TikTok, allow you to connect with like-minded people from all over the world, every comment or photo you post could potentially harm your reputation later in life. In this episode of the SmartSocial.com Podcast, Josh Ochs chats with University of Florida Social Media Professor Andrew Selepak, PhD about ways students can manage their own social media reputation and branding.

12 min2 w ago
Comments
Why Students Should Clean Up Their Social Media Profiles (with Andrew Selepak, Social Media Professor at the University of Florida)

Grant Writing Tips for Educators with Guest, Meredith Noble

SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs chats with Meredith Noble, Founder of LearnGrantWriting.org, about the best ways educators can write winning grants.

6 min3 w ago
Comments
Grant Writing Tips for Educators with Guest, Meredith Noble

Parent Compass: An Interview with Authors Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal

In this episode of Parent Compass on the SmartSocial.com Podcast, hosts Jenn Curtis and Cindy Muchnick interview The Wall Street Journal reporters and co-authors of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal, Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz. "UNACCEPTABLE is the definitive story of the college admissions scandal that shocked the nation and shattered myths about meritocracy." Levitz and Korn chat about their unprecedented access to the families wrapped up in the scandal, their thoughts on the repercussions, and lessons that all parents can take away from the fallout.

39 min3 w ago
Comments
Parent Compass: An Interview with Authors Melissa Korn and Jennifer Levitz of Unacceptable: Privilege, Deceit, and the Making of the College Admissions Scandal

Talking With Kids About Advertising with Guest Suzanne Tomlinson

Kids can be savvier than we think. But they still need guidance when it comes to viewing online content. Josh Ochs sat down with Suzanne Tomlinson, Digital Copywriter/Homeschool Mom to talk about how to teach kids about online advertising.

6 minOCT 1
Comments
Talking With Kids About Advertising with Guest Suzanne Tomlinson

Wink App Connects Kids to Strangers (App Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

The Wink app connects kids with strangers. But since there’s no age or profile verification, who are your kids really connecting with? SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs breaks down the Wink app to help parents decide if their kids should be using it.

9 minSEP 29
Comments
Wink App Connects Kids to Strangers (App Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Is TikTok Here to Stay in the USA? (Sept. 2020 App Updates for Parents and Educators)

The Chinese-owned TikTok app is facing a lot of uncertainty in the US after the White House called for a nationwide TikTok ban, citing the possibility of the app spying on its users and it posing a possible national security threat. The app’s owner, ByteDance, called the claimed “unfounded.” As of Sept. 22, 2020, the TikTok app was still fully operational in America while ByteDance tried to work out a deal with new US-based partners. SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs explains what the latest TikTok news means for families.

4 minSEP 22
Comments
Is TikTok Here to Stay in the USA? (Sept. 2020 App Updates for Parents and Educators)

Practical and Tactical Online Tips for Teen on the Autism Spectrum with Guest Michael Uram

SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Ochs sat down with Michael Uram, MA, LMFT, LPCC to talk about digital tips for teenagers on the Autism Spectrum. Listen in and learn how to help your students better navigate the Internet. Uram is the CEO of Uram Family Therapy and Owner of Wundt Digital Therapeutics.

17 minSEP 16
Comments
Practical and Tactical Online Tips for Teen on the Autism Spectrum with Guest Michael Uram

Triller App: A Social Video Network Similar to TikTok (Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Triller is a US-owned social video app where users can easily edit and share short videos. In this episode, SmartSocial.com Founder Josh Och explains how Triller works, why it's becoming so popular, and what parents can do to help keep their kids safe on it.

6 minSEP 15
Comments
Triller App: A Social Video Network Similar to TikTok (Guide for Parents, Students, and Educators)

Parent Compass: Navigating A Teen's Wellness & Academic Journey with Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis

Co-authors, Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis of The Parent Compass book, discuss how to navigate a teen's wellness and academic journey. Moms of 4 and 2, with a background in mental health and college admissions, Muchnick and Curtis have made it their mission to help students realize their goals and live intentional lives. The authors dive into observations they've made over the years as educational consultants and mothers of a combined 6 kids, especially as it relates to parenting behavior in the academic context. They also chat about tips to navigate the uncertainties in the college admission process specifically as a result of COVID-19.

16 minSEP 15
Comments
Parent Compass: Navigating A Teen's Wellness & Academic Journey with Cindy Muchnick & Jenn Curtis
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