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Monday, July 21

  1. page Inappropriate Content edited {innapropriate content cropped.png} Source: Jobvite ... some examples. Inappropriate conte…

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    some examples.
    Inappropriate content can lead to a safety issue. If you are rude or threatening on the internet people can retaliate with violence. This content can also be used against you in court. If you post libelous or defamatory content you could get sued. Posting obscene or pornographic content on the internet can also become a legal issues. This is true for adults posting content of a sexual nature of a person without their consent. California recently passed laws against "revenge porn". For students, "sexting" can also get them in trouble with the law. The punishment is more severe if a student who is 18 years old is "sexting" with a minor even if there is not a big age difference. Also, sharing illegal or pirated material online can cause a serious legal issue.
    Tips for Students
    Do not engage in any rude or threatening behavior online.
    Do not post any images doing anything that is illegal or that can be considered in poor taste.
    Don't feed the cyberbullies
    Avoid gossip

    Do not "sext", period."sext"
    Tips for Educators
    Clean up your life on cyberspace.
    Change the settings on all your social media sites
    Encourage appropriate use
    Teach students what
    to private.
    Do not post any negative comments about your students, parents, or colleagues online.
    do when they navigate to inappropriate content
    Bring parents into the conversation

    Tips for Parents
    Talk to your children about inappropriate content online.
    Set parental controls on all devices in your home that have access to the internet.controls.
    Monitor your children's activity on the internet.
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    Tips for Students
    Teachers Guide to Keeping Students Safe Online
    Protecting Your Kids Online
    CA Law on Revenge Porn
    CA Law on Sexting
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    Inappropriate Online Activity
    Tips for Students
    Teachers Guide to Keeping Students Safe Online
    CA Law on Revenge Porn
    CA Law on Sexting
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    Inappropriate Content
    Inappropriate Online Activity
    Tips for Students
    CA Law on Revenge Porn
    CA Law on Sexting
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Wednesday, July 16

  1. page Resources edited Copyright and Fair Use Copyright Basics Standford Stanford Creative Commons Federal Bureau o…
    Copyright and Fair Use
    Copyright Basics
    StandfordStanford
    Creative Commons
    Federal Bureau of Investigations
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    Stand up to Cyberbullying
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    Identity Privacy and SafetyTeach Thought
    Teach Hub
    Parent Guide News
    Inappropriate Content

    Inappropriate Online Activity
    CA Law on Revenge Porn
    CA Law on Sexting
    Video on Appropriate use of Photos on Social Media
    Inappropriate Content Identity Privacy and Safety
    USA.gov
    Electronic Frontier Foundation
    Stay Smart Online

    Online Relationships and Communication
    Are Online Relationships Healthy for Young People?
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  3. page Copyright and Fair Use edited ... Tips for Educators: Educate yourself! Copyright laws are broken all the time outside of plagi…
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    Tips for Educators:
    Educate yourself! Copyright laws are broken all the time outside of plagiarism. The copies you scan could be in direct violation of copyright. Double check what you're copying before you break the law!
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    Use policy. Below in the resources, is a link to a chart that will help you decide if you are infringing on copyright law.
    Stress to your students the importance of citing and crediting their work. Whether it is for an essay, a presentation, or another visual or written work, it is important that your students are prepared for college level work by the time they graduate high school. The consequences become more dire at that level and it could spell trouble for those who did not pay enough attention.
    Tips for Parents:
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    Resources:
    A chart that details the specifics on copyright based on the medium of the work.
    Copyright and Schools
    Plagiarism 101
    Types of licenses offered by Creative Commons
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    or emails. Here is a video that explains what Cyber-Bullying is and how you can "Stand up to CyberBullying."
    Along with cyber-bullying comes safety and legal issues. Cyber-bullying can lead to negative effects on the person being targeted. People who are cyber-bullied are more likely to have a low self-esteem and more health problems. These people are also more likely to use alcohol and drugs and skip out on school. All of these issues can lead to even more problems. It can lead to students being unwilling to attend school, which will result in poor grades. Also, according to Stopbullying.org people who are cyber-bullied are more likely to experience in-person bullying as well. These are all negative results that come from cyber-bullying, which could become an even bigger issue. There are some cases where the person couldn’t handle all the harassment from the cyber-bullying that they took their own life. So, in the end there is no good to cyber-bullying and it comes along with some intense safety issues. However, it also comes along with some legal issues. According to the NCSL, the state of California adopted a law and a comprehensive safety plan that includes cyber-bullying policies. This law protects students from cyber-bullying that would happen within the school grounds. A student will be punished for any acts of cyber-bullying that occur within the school that is intended to hurt another student. Under this law, the students are also required to train and educate each other on the dangers of cyber-bullying. So, in the end they do not tolerate it and they even educate their students in order to prevent it from occurring within their schools.
    Tips for Students:
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