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Sextortion? It’s Real!
Have you heard about Sextortion? It’s a real thing. We love this Thorn Video. It really speaks to kids!
Is Cyberbullying Illegal in Your State?
There is currently no federal law against cyberbullying, but all 50 states have laws against bullying in general—and every state except Alaska and Wisconsin includes an explicit reference to cyberbullying in their anti-bullying laws.
3 More Important Considerations When Choosing Between G Suite and Office 365
One our most popular blog posts pondered the question, “Which online learning environment is better for schools, G Suite for Education or Office 365?” Here are three factors to take into account when picking the ecosystem where your students will live their academic lives.
How to Talk to Parents About Safety on School-provided Technology
Here are a four tips for educators on how to tackle this tricky subject of student safety on school-provided technology with parents.
Why Cyberbullying Affects Girls More than Boys
A new study found that when it comes to cyberbullying among teens, girls are not only more likely to be victims than boys are, but they are more at risk of developing emotional problems as a result of cyberbullying.
How St. Mary Parish Schools Keeps Students Safe on Office 365
Dr. Susan Dupre recently took time from her busy schedule to talk about how Gaggle is being used as a teaching tool inside St. Mary Parish Schools when students in grades 5-12 use Office 365 for email.
How to Keep Your Students (and Teachers) Safe on Facebook
Students and teachers might assume that their data is just broadcasted on their favorite social network and shared with their friends, but what they post often is shared with third-party vendors. To understand how this happens, consider how Facebook manages users’ content.
When Edtech is as Easy to Use as Chalk
At Tech & Learning Live in Princeton, NJ, last October, Mike Jamerson, Director of Technology at Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (IN), provided an evocative image for technology in the classroom: Edtech should be as easy to use as chalk.
Moving from Banning Technology to Embracing Technology
Lisa Nielsen, founder of The Innovative Educator and author of several books on using technology for instruction, champions the view that mobile devices in particular should not be banned or discouraged.