for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
More than one out of every three students in sixth through eighth grade are using Office 365 to support their learning, while nearly half of all high school students use Microsoft’s online communication and collaboration tools, according to Project Tomorrow Speak Up 2016.
For years, school boards have worked to put learning devices into the hands of students, whether through carts, one-to-one or BYOD initiatives. School boards can better ensure that students are prepared to use technology at further stages in life and make use of great online educational resources.
This is the fourth post in a series on our Safety Management categories. Gaggle Safety Representatives are tasked with identifying instances of self harm, which can include self-inflicted physical violence, threats of suicide and even eating disorders.
This is the third post in a series on our Safety Management categories. Gaggle Safety Representatives are tasked with identifying instances of violence towards others, which is differentiated from self-harm or violence towards oneself.
This is the second post in a series on our Safety Management categories. In this post, we discuss our Nudity & Sexual Content category. Gaggle Safety Representatives are tasked with identifying nudity and sexual content in student communications and files.
With this Gaggle Speaks post, we’re launching a new series specifically about our Safety Management categories. The Gaggle Profanity & Hate Speech category is for terminology that students use inappropriately or with hurtful intent, whether in conversation with others or privately.
The importance of protecting students from harmful situations, especially cyberbullying, was the theme of last week’s Gaggle webcast, which welcomed digital citizenship author Dr. Mike Ribble, and Michelle Turnage, Senior Executive Director – Technology Services at Johnston County Schools.