Cyber Law Maximizing Safety and Minimizing Risk in Classrooms
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Description: Cyber Law in the 21st-Century Classroom is an essential guide for today's K12 schools. This resource provides an overview of the legal issues associated with technology in the classroom, as well as practical strategies for minimizing legal risks while maximizing the benefits of the Internet, Web tools, social networking sites, and more.Written in a clear, jargon-free manner, the book provides concise summaries of laws and legal claims and offers vignettes based on actual cases to illustrate potentially risky classroom situations. Sample policies, permission forms, and contract language are included, plus examples of creative approaches or activities developed by K12 schools relating to technology issues. Ideal for teachers, librarians, principals, and administrators, this book discusses: Appropriate student and staff use of the Internet Privacy, security, cyberbullying, and other safety issues Copyright law, legal liabilities, and ethical issues Policies, procedures, and contracts to communicate expectations to parents, staff, and students
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 6/10/2009
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
|About the Author|
|Cyberbullying: Curbing Student Use of Technology to Intimidate and Harass Others|
|Student Use of the Internet: Reducing Inappropriate Internet Behaviors|
|Staff Use of the Internet: Drawing a Line Between Teachers' Public and Private Lives|
|Privacy and Security: Protecting Student Information|
|The School as an Internet Service Provider: Providing Access and Protecting Students|
|Copyright Law in the Classroom: Steering Clear of Legal Liability|
|Policies, Procedures, and Contracts: Communicating Expectations to Teachers, Students, and Parents|
|Ethical Issues: Developing Responsible Internet Citizens|
|Looking Ahead: Keeping an Eye on the Future|
|How Laws Affect the Schools and Teachers Who Embrace Technology in Learning|
|Sample Acceptable Use Policy|
|Glossary of Terms|