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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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