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Digital Citizenship

Helping our students and teachers become better citizens in our Web 2.0 learning environment
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Beverly Brunson

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship Acceptable Use Policy Web 2.0 Guidelines Brain Development URL Reported to principal
Student contributions monitored by teacher
Teachers ensure compliance with AUP
Ensure connection to instructional goals
Don't associate student pictures and names
Use screen names
No links between personal and school sites Students must not release personal information on the internet or electronic communcations
Violation of AUP may result in:
Suspension of computer and/or Internet priviledges
AND/OR
Other Disciplinary Action

Signing Acknowledgement in back of handbook means both PARENT and STUDENT agree to comply with AUP
On a lighter note
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