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Anne Bubnic

Classroom Support Materials/Cybersecurity Game - 4 views

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    Classroom support materials for the MySecurityCyberspace Game. The Teacher's Companion gives educators an introduction to The MySecureCyberspace Game and Academy Web site and 13 lesson starters to help them get started with the game in the classroom.
Anne Bubnic

Cyberbullying: A Legal Review - 1 views

  • If the disruption or danger can be clearly enunciated and quantified, student discipline is likely warranted and legally appropriate.
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    School officials are justifiably concerned about when and how to respond to cyberbullying of educators. What actions, if any, should administrators and teachers take when faced with such occurrences? Which responses will stand up in a court of law? Educators' most important first response is to pause, step back, and take a deep breath. Administrators and teachers must avoid reacting to students' offensive online communications in anger or fear.

Anne Bubnic

BUDD:E (Secondary Grades) - 0 views

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    Budd:e Secondary explores advanced e-security topics, including: creating content, file-sharing, pop-ups, privacy, sharing, scams, spam, spyware, malware, phishing, online transactions and computer viruses. Includes videos and teacher resources.
Anne Bubnic

Cyberbullying: Suporting School Staff - 2 views

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    There is no single solution to the problem of cyberbullying. It needs to be regarded as a live and ongoing issue. An effective approach requires clearly defined responsibilities, reporting lines and coordination. A member of the senior management team will need to be designated as the lead - preferably, the member of staff who takes overall responsibility for bullying cases.
Anne Bubnic

My SAFESSURF - 4 views

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    Kevin Honeycutt's Cybersafety and Cyberbullying Programs for GR K-6 and 7-12.
Kirsten Carter

http://svsdharvest.wikispaces.com/ - 2 views

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    SVSD SAG Harvest of Opportunity 2009
Anne Bubnic

The Carnegie Cyber Academy - 2 views

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    The Carnegie Cyber Academy is a cybersecurity program of instruction developed at Carnegie Mellon University for classrooms, community centers and home schoolers. Students enter a cyber academy and take on three missions that teach them safe computer practices. Learning objectives and outcomes correspond to ISTE NETS. The group has a FACEBOOK page that links you to daily updates, blogs and activities. See: http://bit.ly/18iDle
Anne Bubnic

Eight habits of highly effective 21st century teachers - 0 views

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    What are the characteristics we would expect to see in a successful 21st century educator? Well, we know they are student-centric, holistic, and they're teaching about how to learn as much as teaching about the subject area. We know, too, that they must be 21st century learners as well.
Anne Bubnic

NEA - Can Tweeting Help Your Teaching? - 0 views

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    Before you write off Twitter as just the latest social media "fad," take a look at how some clever educators are using it to enrich their classrooms and even forge informal professional networks.
Anne Bubnic

Should teachers, kids be digital 'friends'? - 0 views

  • With such rocketing popularity, some teachers have started using the new tools to build rapport, update students on classroom activities and keep an ear to the ground with the youths they teach.
    But potential pitfalls remain, including the appearance of impropriety and other ethical issues. And sometimes it leads to criminal cases.
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    The digital world can be tricky for teachers.Those who grew up in the pre-Twitter era are often left casting about to learn how to use new technology and keep up with students. Others, comfortable with using text messages and Facebook to make connections, find themselves questioning, as they navigate the new frontier, just where students fit in.
Anne Bubnic

Online Social Networking for Educators - 0 views

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    By now, you've heard the buzz about MySpace and Facebook, but you may still be wondering what all the fuss is about. Maybe you're a little mystified by the whole social networking craze, or you're a little wary about venturing into your students' territory. But what if we told you it can actually be good for your career?
Anne Bubnic

Social networking for teachers: Privacy Pointers - 0 views

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    Great advice for ALL teachers [Not just those starting out]. From the Teacher Support Network: Privacy pointers to help you keep your personal life from being searched by your students on Facebook.
Anne Bubnic

Sexting Tips for Parents, Educators & Teens - 0 views

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    Larry Magid and Anne Collier of ConnectSafely.org have put together HELPFUL TIPS TO PREVENT SEXTING for Educators, Parents and Students. They did a lot of research to pull these tips together, including talking with current prosecutors, a formal federal prosecutor and legal scholars and they include what-to-do advice for parents with kids involved. Getting teens the facts will help with the trend.
Anne Bubnic

Can teachers be students' Facebook friends? - 0 views

  • Should teachers become virtual "friends" with their students?
  • Opinions are mixed. Opponents fear innocent educators will be branded sexual predators for chatting with students online, while proponents caution against overreacting to a powerful communication tool.
  • Most school districts, however, have yet to define the rules of virtual engagement. In the Houston area, many districts block access to social-networking sites on campus computers, but they don't have policies addressing after-hours use between educators and students.
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    What seems like an easy question - Will you be my friend? - is not necessarily so for teachers who have joined the Facebook phenomenon. The social-networking Web site, whose popularity has grown from the college crowd down to teens and up to boomers, poses a prickly question for teachers who want to connect with their tech-savvy students yet maintain professional boundaries.
Anne Bubnic

Teaching Assistant Under Fire For Photos Posted On The Internet - 0 views

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    A Ross Elementary School teacher's assistant is under investigation by the school district.Tanealya Clay works with students who have special needs. But on some on-line modeling sites, she goes by "Ambrosia Bliss" and has a portfolio with some nude photos. They're not X-rated but some parents are complaining.
Anne Bubnic

Pupils find teacher's steamy snaps on Facebook | - 0 views

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    DOZENS of students as young as 11 have stumbled across steamy images of their male teacher during a web search.
Anne Bubnic

Teachers reminded of legal issues - The Times-Herald - 0 views

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    The overview of teachers' unique legal issues covered provocative topics such as how "search and seizure" laws apply to students, emerging threats with cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking -- such as aggressive texting, sexual harassment and hazing -- religious and personal expression, school violence and advice for teachers to sanitize their own personal Web pages.
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