Facebook Educator Guide

Giving people the power to promote equity and innovation in their learning communities.

Introduction

Facebook Education empowers educators and education administrators around the world to build equitable learning communities where passionate learners of all ages and backgrounds can grow and thrive.

Through our partnerships, programs, and tools, we offer resources to help educators like you connect more deeply with your learning community at home and the larger education community as a whole. We are deeply honored to have created this guide in collaboration with the National Network of State Teachers of the Year organization (NNSTOY). May this partnership empower you and your colleagues to find inspiration in this guide and beyond.

Read the foreword from Eric Isselhardt, the CEO of NNSTOY.

Programs and Resources

Focused on increasing access to computer science education, youth wellbeing, and digital safety, these free programs and resources engage and empower learners from childhood through to higher education.

Youth Wellbeing

Empower youth to become the leaders of tomorrow with these programs that equip them with the skills they need to navigate the world today, both online and offline.

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InspirED

These free resources help students work together to build an environment where they can learn, thrive, and foster greater wellbeing in their schools and communities

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Soapbox Nation

Everyone has a vision and a voice. This 1-2 week curriculum empowers young people to create and advocate for solutions that improve their schools and communities.

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Scholastic Educator Resources

Help students better understand their emotions and increase their capacity for empathy with these Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) lessons based on research from the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.

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Online Safety

It is more important now than ever to help young people navigate social media and stay safe online. These tools and resources support teens, educators, and parents alike in practicing online safety.

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Digital Literacy Library

Guide young people and help them develop the skills needed to navigate the digital world, critically consume information, and responsibly create and share content.

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Bullying Prevention Hub

These resources for teens, parents, and educators offer support and help for issues related to bullying and other conflicts. Developed in partnership with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.

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Safety Tool

Learn how to protect your information on Facebook so you can control what you share and who you share it with.

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Computer Science

To meet workforce demands, increase innovation, and drive social equity, computer programming professions need the voices and skills of women and historically underrepresented minorities. These programs aim to provide students with access to computer science education and support them to sustain their engagement through any stage of their CS journey.

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TechPrep

Help students, parents, and guardians learn more about computer science, the kinds of jobs available to programmers, and how to get started building programming skills.

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CodeFWD

CodeFWD is a free online program that helps educators and 501c3 organizations introduce and inspire 4th to 8th grade students to pursue computer programming and apply for additional resources to further their students’ coding skills.

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Engineer for the Week (EFTW)

Empower youth (ages 11+) to explore the world of computer science and engineering through this program that helps them develop a working tech product that adds social value to their community. 

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Tools

Whether it's at your school, in your organization, or simply with others who share your interests and goals across the world, Facebook tools and apps help you engage with and thrive in the education communities that matter to you. Share best practices, celebrate achievements, collaborate with experts, and discover new ways to engage colleagues and parents.

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Workplace

Communicate, collaborate, and connect with colleagues whether they are across the district or across the hall.

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Pages

Create an online hub for your classroom or district, share updates within your school community, and get engaged with parents and colleagues.

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Groups and Learning Units

Come together with colleagues and parents to discuss, share information, and create seamless digital learning experiences through Groups and Social Learning Units.

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Get started with Learning Units

Mentor App

Get advice, find support, and build meaningful connections with people who have the expertise and experience in your field to help you succeed - or launch your own scalable mentorship program.

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Success stories

College Board AP Computer Science Teacher Summit

As part of its Computer Science Education initiative, Facebook hosts the annual summit of Advanced Placement Computer Science (AP CS) teachers in partnership with the College Board.

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Miami-Dade County Public Schools use Workplace to turn classrooms into connected communities.

Grossmont High School

Students and teachers talk about the benefits arising from implementing social-emotional learning (SEL) initiatives from inspirED at their school.

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