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Anne Bubnic

Proposed social media policy for school employees | - 7 views

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    One school district's proposed policy. Note the meaty discussion of the policy points at the end of the article.
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Policies Target Teacher-Student Cyber Talk - 1 views

  • The motivation for the bill was growing problems with [interactions] that started relatively innocently and escalated from there,” sa
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    A new state lawRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader requires all Louisiana districts to implement policies requiring documentation of every electronic interaction between teachers and students through a nonschool-issued device, such as a personal cellphone or e-mail account, by Nov.15. Parents also have the option of forbidding any communication between teachers and their child through personal electronic devices.
Anne Bubnic

Rules for Student Blogging [pdf] - 2 views

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    Blogging rules for students and teachers, as created by Hillsdale Public Schools.
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Schools Left in the Dust on the Social Media Highway - 4 views

  • "Our computer use policy is extensive. The frame is this is how you will use the computers when you are here, you can't go on these sites and do these things while you're at school, but when they get out from school and start using computers of their own to do some of these things, then it becomes a little bit more clouded," he said.
  • The problem NEOLA faces is a lack of law to base policies on regarding student and staff use of Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, etc. In turn, there are no policies for district administrators to follow, leaving a gray area for disciplinary issues. State legislature was passed regarding bullying, so NEOLA set policies based on that, but in terms of writing policy on technology, direction is what NEOLA is lacking.
Anne Bubnic

Cyberbullying leads to suspension of 28 middle-schoolers in Seattle - 3 views

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    The school has an anti-bullying program and a zero-tolerance policy for bullying. And even though the bullying didn't occur on school grounds, administrators stated that the district has a responsibility to get involved when an incident creates significant disruption or concern at school.
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Google Public Policy Blog: Recapping last week's Google D.C. Talk on cybersecurity - 0 views

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    To help spark ideas and stimulate discussion following the release of the President's cyberspace policy review, last Friday we teamed up with the Center for a New American Security to bring together a panel of experts representing government, military, and industry for a Google D.C. Talk, "Developing a National Cybersecurity Strategy."
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