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  • The Bits in the Protect layer help school personnel create policies and procedures for ICT use specific to their school.

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    (link) Enhancing child safety and online technologies:

    Created by pennyh | 3 votes | Created Sep 2010 | tags; Internet safety research social networking minors report
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    As part of the re-vamp of our (link) NetSafe Kit for Schools we are taking a look at acceptable use agreements, and how they are used in NZ schools. We are aware that many school use our use agreement templates as the starting point for their own use agreements, but what do they look like when they are finished.

    Created by seanl | 0 votes | Created Nov 2011 | tags; uap use agreement cybersafety citizenship acceptable use agreements
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    As part of the latest version (V4) of the (link) NetSafe Kit for School, NetSafe have re-written the policy and use agreement template documents for schools. 

    There are 3 documents available, A Digital Citizenship policy template, a staff responsible use agreement and a student responsible use agreement. 

    Each one has been totally re-concieved from our previous version, to take intoi account our definitions for successful digital citizenship, and to enhance the LGP framework within schools.

    Created by seanl | 0 votes | Created Feb 2013 | tags; use agreements school digital citizenship responsible policy LGP board BOT
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    I have been advising teachers in all of the schools that I work in to create a clear boundary between their private and professional lives online.  I have also been advising schools to set these expectations and to consider the appropriate procedures around staff, social networks and the parents and students of a school.  (link) This article relating to this years NUT conference in the UK only serves to highlight the importance that schools and individual teachers heed this advice.

    Created by dakinane | 5 votes | Created Apr 2011 | tags; Facebook teachers students parents friends social networks procedures
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    Many parents and caregivers would like to protect their children and young people online by locking down their online access.  Young children can certainly be helped by having filtered access, however there are so many online access points and so much information about circumventing filters available, that it is unrealistic to think filters will keep children safe.  For more information go to

    Created by leechi | 1 votes | Created Sep 2010 | tags; 
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  • Apr
    2013

    The US Federal Trade Commision has released an inforgraphic that visually highlights some of the concerns that parents have around mobile "app" for children.

    Created by seanl | 2873 views | tags; digital citizenship FTC apps app mobile
  • Feb
    2013

    As part of the latest version (V4) of the (link) NetSafe Kit for School, NetSafe have re-written the policy and use agreement template documents for schools. 

    There are 3 documents available, A Digital Citizenship policy template, a staff responsible use agreement and a student responsible use agreement. 

    Each one has been totally re-concieved from our previous version, to take intoi account our definitions for successful digital citizenship, and to enhance the LGP framework within schools.

    Created by seanl | 6735 views | tags; use agreements school digital citizenship responsible policy LGP board BOT
  • Nov
    2012

    Joanna Moorhead from the Guardian talks to schools, OFSTED and the Anti-Bullying Alliance about the state of bullying in UK schools, and how one school in particular, Passmore academy is dealing with it.

    Created by seanl | 3377 views | tags; bullying restorative justice OFSTED
  • Mar
    2012

    US School Districts dealing with technology in school and both ends of the spectrum - lock it down - frredom of speech.

    Created by chizzy | 2702 views | tags; Use agreements policies teachers school trustees procedures
  • Dec
    2011

    Changes to the copyright laws in September, have left internet account holders responsible for any infringing file sharing that occurs on their internet connection. But how do you know what sort of traffic has been registered to your account?

    Created by seanl | 3640 views | tags; torrents IP copyright
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