4-H Responsible Social Media Activities

December 18, 2017 - Author:

According to “Teens, Social Media and Technology Overview 2015” by the Pew Research Center, nearly three-quarters of teenagers ages 13–17 have access to a smartphone. Of those teens, 92 percent report going online daily, and 71 percent say they use more than one social networking site (Lenhart, 2015). Help teens learn how to use social media responsibly with these free activities from Michigan 4-H.

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Christine Heverly

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