You're welcome Sandy
It's always a challenge what to share without annoying folks, cause
there is so much good stuff. But I thought this one might be useful
to lots of people. I believe that a bunch of us who are here from
Vermont have agreed to debrief together as we unpack our bags from
NECC and reflect on what we found and review all the sessions that
were podcast and videocast. Perhaps we can do this in VTCITE so those
where were not at NECC can join us. There was lots of good stuff
that I did not see I didn't get a chance to see on my Ipod for the
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 6:25 AM, Sandy Lathem <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Lucie ... thanks for sharing these great materials with us!
> You're the best!
> On Jul 2, 2008, at 5:48 PM, Lucie deLaBruere wrote:
> My last NECC tip was for the 'techies'; this one is for anyone who is
> in the midst of conversations about AUP's for school's looking to use
> Web 2.0 tools in teaching and learning.
> It includes Steve Dembo's presentation slides with lots of statistics
> and quotes. But more importantly, a whole bunch of progressive AUP's
> used in schools where Web 2.0 is being used in instruction.
> You can download the zip file of these here:
> Session description:
> In an era when student missteps can linger on the internet for years,
> and stories of predators and cyberbullies dominate the news, there are
> plenty of reasons for schools to tighten their firewalls. But is
> banning really a viable response? How do we help students learn to
> leverage the powerful new tools that are available to them? What
> policies do we set that ensure that learning and safety go hand in
> hand? See how some districts have embraced new technologies while
> still maintaining high standards and keeping their students safe.
> Lucie deLaBruere
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> Sandra A. Lathem, M.Ed.
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