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How every school can promote safety in a digital world

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Keeping students safe in the digital era — with its myriad dangers — means a proactive IT strategy. But as rapid technology adoption continues unabated, the safety of the students who are meant to benefit from these advances is frequently overlooked.

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Technology and Digital Media in the Classroom: A Guide for Educators

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Many educators aren’t motivated to use digital resources in class, often because they’re unsure how to use them effectively or are unaware of the benefits.[1] Even with the latest and best digital technology, classrooms will not benefit unless the students and faculty understand how to use it.[15]

Tips for Student Comments on Blogs and Forums

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Similarly, it''s important to set guidelines, rules, and expectations for students to comment on blogs and forums. These guidelines should outline appropriate online behavior and internet safety precautions. Your task is to create those guidelines.

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Acceptable or Responsible? What’s Your Use Policy?

Tom Murray

Concern about student safety while online and use of digital tools is undoubtedly valid. Every educator knows the best and the worst that the human mind has produced can be found somewhere on the Internet.

More Now: Engaged Community

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Following the guidelines outlined by the state, we had developed a vision for the kind of learning we wanted to see in our schools. At the time, which was around 2006, many of the parents were concerned about internet safety—an issue we addressed as we talked about digital citizenship and safety practices. This is an excerpt from the seventh chapter of More Now: A Message From The Future for The Educators of Today by Mark Wagner, Ph.D.,