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Steve Ransom

How to Create Social Media Guidelines for Your School | Edutopia - 26 views

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    See the link for the full PDF
Paul Beaufait

Home | Usability.gov - 22 views

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    "Usability.gov is a one-stop source for government web designers to learn how to make websites more usable, useful, and accessible. The site addresses a broad range of factors that go into web design and development" (Enhancing the User Experience, ¶1, retrieved 2011.09.09
Martin Burrett

eEtiquette - 101 Guidelines for the Digital World - 58 views

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    These are great - post one every day in your classroom.
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    Watch your Ps and Qs (and all the other letters on your QWERTY keyboard) with this site dedicated to proper web etiquette. Keep your inner Troll in it's box (or should that be cave?) and help make the internet the happy shiny utopia you know it never will be. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
Steve Ransom

For teachers on Facebook, professionalism trumps fun - The Globe and Mail - 33 views

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    Lots to wrestle with here: Bottom line - be wise, professional, kind, and have integrity. If we all followed these, there would be on problem
Maggie Verster

Think Social Media Guidelines - 48 views

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    "As school districts explore the use of social computing throughout the school day and as an approach to extend instruction; many educators are making the decision to create a wiki, publish video online, or to participate in blogging, social networking or virtual worlds. Social media guidelines encourage educators to participate in social computing and strive to create an atmosphere of trust and individual accountability. Teachers who must hide their online activity because of nonexistent social media guidelines risk losing their jobs and reputations. A better approach is to collaboratively develop a policy that is acceptable to administrators, school board members, teachers and parents allowing for involvement in the global conversation in which many are contributing."
Steve Ransom

FERPA and Social Media | Faculty Focus - 14 views

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    "FERPA cannot be interpreted as building a total and complete wall between the school and the community. We would have really bad schools if that happened and very disengaged students.
Steve Ransom

"Failure of Constructivism" Keynote by Dr. Richard Clark Slides now available... - 58 views

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    These 12 principles are clear and simple to abide by...
Maggie Verster

Social Media Guidelines for Schools - 1 views

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    This is a collaborative project to generate Social Media Guidelines for school districts. The goal of this guideline is to provide instructional employees, staff, students, administrators, parents and the school district community direction when using social media applications both inside and outside the classroom.
Jeff Johnson

Guidelines for Educators Using Social Networking Sites - Home - Doug Johnson... - 0 views

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    Social networks are rapidly growing in popularity and use by all ages in society. The most popular social networks are web-based, commercial, and not purposely designed for educational use. They include sites like Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, and Xanga. For individuals, social networking sites provide tremendous potential opportunities for staying in touch with friends and family.   Other educational networking sites are also growing in use. These sites are usually restricted to only certain users and not available to the general public. These include resources such as Moodle, educational wikis, a professional online communities such as the Classroom2.0 Ning, or district adoptions of online applications such as Google Apps for Education.
Maggie Verster

10 ways to stay out of trouble when you post to social networking sites - 0 views

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    The new head of British foreign intelligence recently demonstrated that anyone can suffer potentially embarrassing or damaging revelations through social networking activity - and even the most mundane and seemingly benign tweets and status updates can have far-reaching consequences.
Maggie Verster

CyberSmart! Student Curriculum - 0 views

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    Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively. Students at work * S Safety and Security Online * M Manners, Cyberbullying and Ethics * A Authentic Learning and Creativity * R Research and Information Fluency * T Twenty-First Century Challenges
J Black

Scotch/ Discovery Education Science Fair Central offers ideas for science fair projects... - 0 views

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    Helpful resource for science fair projects. Includes steps to get started as well as parent resources.
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