Symposiums on Student Online Safety, which took place in seven different cities across the country in 2016, are coming to California for the first time. The popular events will be held at three different locations during the last week of February.
Gaggle and the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) today announced the results of a survey that reveal school officials are paying more attention to the safety of their students when using educational technology.
A new series on Showtime will feature an episode about people’s interactions with the Internet, including individuals employed as digital moderators, known as Student Safety Representatives at Gaggle, and how they cope with what they see while trying to keep the Internet clean.
Gaggle has been recognized twice by Tech & Learning magazine’s prestigious Awards of Excellence. Gaggle’s new School & District Websites product won an Award of Excellence for Best New Product and the Gaggle Safe Classroom Learning Management System (LMS) won an Award of Excellence for Best Upgraded Product.
When schools implement Office 365 productivity software, district technology departments must ensure safe adoption and use for students and teachers. To help technology facilitators and school administrators ensure safety for all users, Gaggle has created a new ebook, “How to Safely Adopt Office 365 into Your School.”
Gaggle continues to expand its professional development and training options. Schools or districts using Google Apps for Education or Office 365 now can receive onsite or webinar training. In addition, two Gaggle trainers spent the summer obtaining new certifications.