Skip to main content

Home/ educators/ Group items tagged policy

Rss Feed Group items tagged

Martin Burrett

E-safety policy for schools via @esafety_Kent - 0 views

  •  
    "With technological advances moving spectacularly fast, it is difficult for schools to keep updated with e-safety policy, procedures and advice for their staff and pupils. Ensuring that everyone is informed through following policy directives can be time-consuming, and producing the documents can be equally laborious."
Vicki Davis

Teaching and Schooling: Supporting High-Quality Teaching and Leadership in Low-Income S... - 5 views

  •  
    This important excerpt of a larger book hits on the quality of teachers and the success of children in low-income schools. If you want a better school, spend money on staff development and helping your teachers become more proficient. This article is full of research and important topics of conversation among teachers and policy makers. via: http://www.stanford.edu/~ldh/publications/LDH-Post-Inequality.pdf
Rick Beach

Testing mandates flunk cost-benefit analysis - The Answer Sheet - The Washington Post - 4 views

  •  
    Smagorinsky nails the real origins of NCLB testing as a $20 billion cost to states that profit the testing/textbook companies.
tmbellah

BYOD - 3 views

Deb Henkes

AUP Guide - 11 views

  •  
    "Acceptable Use Policies in Web 2.0 & Mobile Era" from the CoSN Leadership Initiative.
Stephanie Sandifer

Barefoot in the Chicken Yard: A Short Commentary on Public Deaducation - 12 views

  •  
    Weel written post by a very concerned parent on the state of our schools today and the very harmful policies being put forth by our national and state government.
Carl Bogardu

PolicyTool - Now Available Free Social Media Policy Generator - 8 views

  •  
    Create a policy for online media, free. 2010
Ed Webb

Princeton U. Decides to Shut Down Online Collection of Policy Videos - Wired Campus - T... - 3 views

  • The University Channel Web site will shut down on November 3
  • Princeton (and other universities) can upload these videos onto their channel on YouTube (regular and .edu), which would actually make them available to a wider audience. They can also leverage their other social media channels (e.g., Twitter, Facebook and even their website) to promote the videos periodically. Rather than viewing this as a loss, I see this as a pragmatic, digital-era cost-saving measure that can also increase the opportunities to share this valuable content.
  • Articles like this aren't very helpful unless they provide readers key data, such as the yearly budget for running this sort of operation, and the traffic the service generated. Other information, such as why there are budget problems would be helpful.If there was little interest in this service, then paying for servers and bandwidth makes little sense. On the other hand, if there was a lot of interest, then finding alternative funding would seem to be something that Admins should be requested to do.Youtube is getting about 5B hits a month, so somebody is watching video out there.
Sandy Kendell

My Teacher Made me Do It - 24 views

  •  
    Possible legal consequences of having under-13 year old students sign up for online web services - MUST READ for teachers and administrators.
Maggie Verster

The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) ICT policy handbook - Zu... - 2 views

  •  
    "This handbook aims to take the mystery out of ICT policy and make it easier to understand. In particular, it aims to build the capacity of those who want to understand more about the issues surrounding policy on ICT development and regulation, to grasp the policy process, and to become more involved as informed participants.The main text of the handbook has been written by experts in the field so that readers get a basic understanding of the issues. It can then be used as a platform for further investigation. Each chapter seeks to give an objective account of existing issues, rather than presenting any specific point of view. Where issues are controversial, the different viewpoints involved have been explained so that the reader has a clear view of the issues in dispute. Examples are also given of recent events or debates, which readers can explore further if so inclined. Suggestions as to where readers can find out more about ICT policy can also be located in the bibliography and list of organisations active in the field which are in appendices. "
Dave Truss

From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: What is your classroom "rules" list for inte... - 21 views

  •  
    . We could teach appropriate cell phone etiquette, while showing students how to use cell phones as learning tools. I would like to brainstorm some "rules" for including cell phones inside of the school classroom. Here are my top 5 (although I reserve the right to change them as I hear better ideas).
Julie Lindsay

elearning - E4L Policies and Guidelines - 0 views

  •  
    A collection of policies and guidelines from Qatar Academy for use of e-learning, mobile computing and Web 2.0 resources.
Maggie Verster

Some notes about social networking, keeping kids safe in social networking, and what sc... - 0 views

  •  
    Schools need to recognise that social networking is not just something kids are doing in MySpace or Facebook.
1 - 20 of 27 Next ›
Showing 20 items per page