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I presented a paper on the topic at the 2012 American Educational Research Association Meeting in April in Vancouver BC--Sexting, teens, and education: What teens have to say and the implications for education policy and practice (Davidson, Harris, Paternite, Tusinski-Miofski, and Thompson). The presentation was an opportunity to share the first round of findings that have emerged from the project (analysis of youth data) and consider the ways the findings apply to the concerns of educators.
I enjoyed the opportunity to discuss the work with a great table of co-presenters.