After the sudden switch to remote and hybrid learning models at the start of the pandemic, the use of online tools and resources may seem like less of a concern now, but ensuring that students’ data remains protected is still a priority, especially as it is a federal requirement.
Presented by Monica Watts, Director of K-12 Engagement, IMS Global Learning Consortium; Kevin Lewis Sr., Project Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium; and Reg Leichty, Founder and Partner, Foresight Law and Policy
Moderated by Monica Cougan, Manager, Strategic Relationships and Initiatives, CatchOn
Student privacy and school security are growing concerns in schools that can have consequences from negative media attention to losing parent and student trust. Defining and assessing levels of risk in the school is a crucial part of online security and privacy. Although there is no such thing as zero risk, there are measures we can take to significantly reduce risk. Bill Fitzgerald, Director of the Privacy Evaluation Initiative for Common Sense Media, provided simple ways to assess online privacy and security in “Online Security, Privacy, and Risk: How to Avoid Becoming a Headline.”
Stay off the front page of the paper! In this webinar, Common Sense privacy guru Bill Fitzgerald will explore how to define and assess levels of risk in the classroom and at school. Bill will give you tools and simple checks that you can use to make sure that you are using available technology in a way that does not violate student privacy or school security.
What does a model digital citizenship school look like? In this webinar, presenters shared the comprehensive K-8 digital citizenship curriculum and parent program implemented at The Meadowbrook School of Weston, which has been Digital Citizenship Certified by Common Sense Education.
Kids are getting new devices for the holidays, but are they learning how to manage their online privacy? From the moment students start sharing information on the Internet and through digital devices, they are building digital footprints.