Tag Archives: FERPA

Classroom Pictures, Social Media, and FERPA

Recently I was asked this question from a teacher preparing a webinar for how to implement the new Social Studies standards in Georgia: Can we use photographs of children in our class doing the activities we are including in the … Continue reading

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Narrating Privacy without Fear @educonphilly

This will be one of a few reflections on EduCon 2.8, a conference and conversation in Philadelphia January 29 to 31. For the first conversation Saturday, I listened to Fran Newberg, Jim Siegl, Jeff Graham, Bill Fitzgerald present Four Perspectives … Continue reading

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GAVS – Laws of Communication

Communicate 1.1.2 – Laws of Communication Experienced teachers know how to be prudent and vigilant with their communications regarding the school and parents. Counselors and administrators advise staff not to discuss students’ private information with anyone other than the student … Continue reading

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