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Nigel Coutts

Educators as Agents for Educational Policy - The Learner's Way - 1 views

    Education exists in an uneasy domain and the teaching professional is forced to navigate between a multitude of conflicting tensions. Our education systems are dominated by abundance of voices all shouting for attention and offering a solution to the problems they have diagnosed. Each individual claims expertise and insights gained from years as a student is sufficient experience to allow one to speak with authority. - Educators need to find their voice. 
Debi Griggs

Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy -- Campus Technology - 0 views

  • First, users can remain logged in but use many of the existing privacy controls built into the services
  • Second, users can set up multiple accounts
  • Third, users can stick with the services that are public
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  • privacy isn't a policy; it's a practice, and the more intuitive that practice, the more likely it is users will participate in setting their own levels of privacy comfor
    Understanding Google's new privacy policy, its impact on schools, and how to work with it.
Pamela Gustafson

Moving from inputs to outputs to outcomes: The future of education policy - 4 views

    This article makes a case for evaluating online education in terms of student outcomes and not input ratios such as seat time, student/teacher ratio, and teacher certification.
Dennis OConnor

AUP Guide - 5 views

    "Acceptable Use Policies in Web 2.0 & Mobile Era A Guide for School Districts"
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