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Cybersafety educational resources for teachers and schools: Cybersmart

Cybersafety educational resources for teachers and schools: Cybersmart
Professional development The Cybersmart Outreach program has been in high demand since its introduction, with many schools booking for repeat presentations. Over 2015 the ACMA will be placing a high priority on visiting those schools who have already registered, but have not yet received, one of our presentations. For this reason, from Find out more about our expanding virtual classroom program, covering issues such as cyberbullying and how to stay safe and secure online. #GameOn Aimed at upper primary / lower secondary students, #GameOn is a video series following the online experiences of a group friends. Topics covered include: Cyberbullying Excessive gaming Sharing passwords Free downloads Online friends

Statistiques d'utilisation - MESURE Les dernières nouvelles Introduction MESURE, qui signifie "Mutualisation et Evaluation des Statistiques d’Utilisation des Ressources Electroniques" est un projet de portail que Couperin met en place progressivement. Les objectifs premiers de MESURE sont : d'être un socle technique et fonctionnel testé par nos établissements pilotes potentiellement extensible à l'ensemble des membres du consortiumde collecter automatiquement pour les institutions participantes leurs statistiques de consultation chez les éditeurs qui le permettent (c'est à dire conformes à la norme COUNTER version 3)d'archiver ces statistiques sur plusieurs années (pour l'instant : de 2009 à nos jours)de calculer et afficher quelques indicateurs simples issus des données moissonnées pour aider Couperin et ses membres à évaluer leurs ressources Le développement de MESURE commence par une phase de prototypage pendant laquelle 5 établissements auront accès à leurs statistiques d'utilisation auprès de 3 ou 4 éditeurs.

technologypd / web20 workshop Welcome Workshop Overview The purpose of this workshop is to introduce partciapnts to Web 2.0. Topics covered in this session will include: 21st Centrury LearningBlogsRSSigoogle, google readeriTunes - podcastsWikisOther tools (iTunes, TeacherTube, YouTube, Slideshare, Skype, etc) Students will be introduced to in an online community using Web 2.0 (blogs, rss, wikis and other tools) which allow for collaboration, creativity and innovation when integrating technology into learning. Did you Know? Did you Know? Pay Attention Link - Web 2.0 - The Machine is Us/ing Us Link to Professor Walsh's Video Link to Professor Walsh's explanation of video link (video shaking stops after 20 seconds) A Vision of Students Today (college) Another video by Professor Walsh Link and more links from Professor Walsh YouTube Playlist - Several videos will play Note: This is a Web 2.0 Playlist that I created on Web 2.0 tools. Route 21

First Year Teachers The first year of teaching is a tough job. Everything is new — the students you're responsible for; the school's procedures; your relationship with fellow teachers, administrators, and parents; what you plan to do and teach each day; your classroom management and teaching style; and much more. Not surprisingly, new teachers who don't receive adequate support often become dissatisfied and end up quitting. Nationally, 22 percent of all new teachers leave the profession in the first three years. The following are a few resources that may help new teachers navigate their first year: Watch a sampling of our award-winning series of innovative half-hour programs about how children learn to read, why so many struggle, and what we can do to help.

Statistiques d'utilisation - Le code de bonnes pratiques PIRUS Nouveauté La première version du guide de recommandation PIRUS a été publiée en octobre 2013. C'est le résultat du projet PIRUS, financé par le JISC, exposé ci-dessous. En quelques mots PIRUS est l'acronyme de Publisher and Institutional Repository Usage Statistics, qu'on peut traduire par "statistiques d'usage des éditeurs et des dépôts institutionnels". PIRUS se base sur la norme COUNTER (qui n'exige pas encore, dans sa version 3 actuelle, la production de rapports d'usage dont la granularité serait plus fine que le titre d'un périodique) et sur les résultats du premier projet PIRUS qui démontre la faisabilité technique de créer, enregistrer et consolider des statistiques d'usages pour les articles individuels de périodiques en utilisant des données provenant de dépots institutionnels et des éditeurs, et ce malgré la diversité des environnements organisationnels et techniques rencontrés. Ce code de bonnes pratiques comprend notamment : Pour qui et pourquoi est-ce important ? Sources

On-line Social Networking Policy - Trinity Anglican School Cairns Overview Social Networking Sites (SNS), Blogs (Web Logs) and World Wide Web (WWW) Personal Web Sites (PWS) must be considered as documents that are published within the public domain. Such sites allow the free sharing of information and opinions. While they have their place in private life, they may cause problems within a school community on several levels. Information placed on these sites may be useful, entertaining, and providing a medium for friends to share experiences, photographs, messages and generally to stay in touch. Information published on the WWW, including that in SNS and blogs should be considered to be permanently published. Students Student use of SNS whilst at school is forbidden. Student use of SNS outside school must be considerate of the ramifications of SNS postings within the extended school community. Cyber Bullying, Peer Pressure, Spam Students must not engage in bullying, spamming, illegal behaviour, malicious blogging or similar antisocial behaviours.

Why girls are having sex at 12 Teenage girls are under more pressure to have sex than ever before, so it's time to stop judging and start helping them, writes Jordan Baker. Few things are certain in adolescence, but there's one thing upon which teenage girls agree: pubic hair is out. "Everyone shaves. Everything," says Sydney 16-year-old Anne*. "If you've left it, you are classified as disgusting. Related: What all parents need to know about sexting They know, or think they know, a few other things, too. They are learning from the 21st century's version of sex education class, the internet; a more enlightening and forthcoming source than nervous parents and teachers. Teenage girls are under more pressure to have sex than ever before. It's human nature to judge adolescents by our experience — it wasn't like that in our day, we scold. For one thing, girls are becoming women earlier than they used to. Children with "precocious pubescence" can start menstruating at five or six. Related: How to keep your kids safe online

Evaluation des ressources - Myilibrary Avertissement Ce document est le fruit du travail des groupes de veille thématique de Couperin.Ce travail n'a pas pour objectif de couvrir l'intégralité des ressources électroniques existantes.Cette analyse est un document de travail, destinée à la communauté des utilisateurs du site, pour un usage scientifique ou pédagogique.Sauf indication contraire, sa reproduction et son utilisation sont possibles pour un usage strictement non commercial, à la condition de mentionner le nom de l'auteur, la référence, la date et l'adresse (URL) du document concerné.L'évaluation ci-dessous correspond à l'état de la ressource à la date de l'analyse. Il est donc possible que la ressource concernée ait connu depuis des évolutions qui invalident tout ou partie de cette évaluation. Cette ressource a été négociée en 2011. Rapports complets sur l'e-book d'activités d'utilisation

Policy Priorities:Can Social Media and School Policies be "Friends"?:Can Social Media and School Policies be "Friends"? Winter 2011 | Volume 17 | Number 4 Can Social Media and School Policies be "Friends"? Between 2004 and 2009, the amount of time that kids ages 2 to 11 spent online increased by 63 percent, according to a Nielsen study. Driving these trends is increasing mobile access, which research from International Data Corp. predicts will eclipse wired access to the Internet by 2015. Many schools are realizing the "horse is out of the barn," in terms of social networking and kids, Freehold Regional High School District Superintendent Charles Sampson told the Asbury Park Press. In a poll of 368,000 K–12 students, parents, teachers, and administrators, Project Tomorrow found students are already using technology to take responsibility for their own learning and to personalize learning experiences to fit their learning styles and interests; they are also interested in incorporating these types of learning experiences into their classrooms. Federal Legislation Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

What the fuck I'm going to do with my hair today? Evaluation des ressources - Harmathèque Produit nouveau dans sa forme actuelle décrite ici ; produit proposé par ailleurs sur la plateforme Numilog où il est encore disponible jusqu’à fin 2010. - Les e-books sont les ouvrages édités par ailleurs sous forme papier par l’Harmattan (en français) et traitent de : philosophie (1 000 doc.), histoire (1 400 doc.), psychiatrie/psychanalyse (800 doc.), économie (700 doc.), études littéraires (950 doc.), aménagement du territoire (250 doc.), développement (280 doc.), anthropologie (630 doc.), sociologie (840 doc.), littérature francophone (400 doc.), géopolitique (360 doc.), travail, éducation (260 doc.), justice (600 doc.), management (350 doc.), travail social (300 doc.) etc. - Des partenariats sont en cours avec d’autres éditeurs. - Les articles sont issus des revues de l’Harmattan (en français) : Confluences, Annales du monde anglophone, Narratologie, Géographies et cultures, Logiques politiques, etc. Dans l’offre d’articles sont inclus les chapitres d’ouvrages collectifs.