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 copyright and cyber wellbeing
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 copyright and cyber wellbeing
 copyright and cyber wellbeing
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  • Learning Technologies for the Classroom can be used with a variety of teacher audiences, but it is especially intended for:
    - inexperienced teachers or teachers in pre-service training who wish to receive a basic introduction to ICT
    - experienced teachers who are being introduced to learning technologies for the first time through in-service training.
    Learning Technologies for the Classroom aims to help English language teachers integrate learning technologies (ICT) into their lessons.
    By following this course, teachers will be able to:
    * comprehend how learning technologies are being used in education and why* develop an awareness of the learning technologies available today
    * develop an ability to critically evaluate what is available on the Web* develop a knowledge of practical applications of the technologies* develop a technical understanding of the tools and the technical skills necessary to use them in class * apply this knowledge to integrate learning technologies into syllabi and lessons* use learning technologies in a safe, engaging, effective, efficient and transformative manner * recognise the potential of new Web tools as learning technologies.
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  • Learning Technologies for the Classroom can be used with a variety of teacher audiences, but it is especially intended for:
    - inexperienced teachers or teachers in pre-service training who wish to receive a basic introduction to ICT
    - experienced teachers who are being introduced to learning technologies for the first time through in-service training.
    Learning Technologies for the Classroom aims to help English language teachers integrate learning technologies (ICT) into their lessons.
    By following this course, teachers will be able to:
    * comprehend how learning technologies are being used in education and why* develop an awareness of the learning technologies available today
    * develop an ability to critically evaluate what is available on the Web* develop a knowledge of practical applications of the technologies* develop a technical understanding of the tools and the technical skills necessary to use them in class * apply this knowledge to integrate learning technologies into syllabi and lessons* use learning technologies in a safe, engaging, effective, efficient and transformative manner * recognise the potential of new Web tools as learning technologies.
  • 1 student 2 check on website whether free or not 3 asking for permission 4 request to a person who created it for copyright clearance
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    • 1. Learning Technologies for the Classroom Routes to excellence
    • 2. Learning Technologies for the Classroom Copyright intellectual awareness Copyright friendly resources The risks and how to stay safe in a digital world.
    • 3. Connect Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://roadshowlearningtechnologies.wikispac es.com AliciaArtusi
    • 4. Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://courses.britishcouncil.org/teachertraining/course/view.php?id=60
    • 5. COPYRIGHT QUIZ Learning Technologies for the Classroom 11) 30/70/100 years after last death of the creator ? How long does copyright the for? 2 Does the creator need to register his/her copyright for it to 2 Yes or be protected? No? 3 3) True of False? All materials published on the Web are subject to copyright. 4) clipart is free from copyright. 4 All True of False? 5 It is permitted under copyright laws to make use of 5) True of False? song lyrics from the Web for classroom exercises. 66) am allowed to make one copy of an educational CD-ROM I True of False? for backup purposes.
    • 6. COPYRIGHT BASICS Vimeo Learning Technologies for the Classroom
    • 7. Creative Commons Some rights reserved Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://creativecommons.org/
    • 8. Creative Commons Learning Technologies for the Classroom “Creative Commons provides a middle ground between two extreme views of copyright protection —one demanding that all rights be controlled, and the other arguing that none should be controlled”. “Creative Commons provides a third option that allows authors to pick and choose which rights they want to control and which they want to grant to others. The multitude of licenses reflects the multitude of rights that can be passed on to subsequent creators”. Lawrence Lessig Code 2.0
    • 9. Why is CC important? Learning Technologies for the Classroom
    • 10. Copyright friendly resources Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/
    • 11. Images, ebooks, music and sound and more Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.only2clicks.com/pages/joycevalenza/343504
    • 12. Copyright friendly resources Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://sdst.libguides.com/
    • 13. Copyright friendly resources Learning Technologies for the Classroom C:UsersaliciaPicturesImages-Snag itcopyright-music_and_sound.png
    • 14. Copyright friendly resources Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/radio
    • 15. Copyright friendly resources Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/music/
    • 16. Creative Commons Wanna Work together? Learning Technologies for the Classroom
    • 17. END OF UNIT QUIZ Learning Technologies for the Classroom 1 When a student creates a piece of work at school’s website, the copyright belongs to beep. 2 A student adds some images to the class’ site. The teacher needs to beep. 3 Students want to add a videoclip to the website, so the the teacher should beep. 4 A student wants to upload a video from You Tube. The teacher should beep.
    • 18. Further reading Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.computeractive.co.uk/ca/pc-help/2134405/freefilms-music-television-videos-software-online
    • 19. LINKS + DOCS Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://roadshow-learningtechnologies.wikispaces.com/Useful+Links
    • 20. Cyber well-being Risks Learning Technologies for the Classroom Cyber-Well Being http://courses.britishcouncil.org/teachertraining/course/view.php?id=59
    • 21. Learning Technologies for the Classroom Executive summary - Byron “Cil enandyou peopl needtob empow ed h dr ng e e er tokeepth vessafe – th isn’tju ab tatop-dow appr . emsel is st ou n oach Cil enw lb ch dr – pu ing b ndar andtaking r A apu l sw h dr il e il en sh ou ies isks. t bic imming poolw e h gates, pu u signs, h l ar andsh l ends, b tw al teachch dr h to ave tp ave ifegu ds alow u e so il en ow sw im”.
    • 22. Read - Wiki Learning Technologies for the Classroom
    • 23. Risks Learning Technologies for the Classroom Cyberbullying SNS Sexting Mobiles Uploading videos Gaming Chat rooms http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/11_16/ Pro- eating disorders site Child trafficking Hacking and viruses
    • 24. What is cyberbullying? Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://old.digizen.org/cyberbullying/overview/what.aspx
    • 25. Let’s fight it together Learning Technologies for the Classroom
    • 26. How is technology used to bully? Learning Technologies for the Classroom •Nast y messages •Humiliat ing images •Video shar ing act s of bullying •Hacking int o anot her per son’s account •Per suading t o give out pr ivat e inf o •Cr eat ing f ake pr of iles t o bully, har r ass, int imidat e. Mobile phones inst ant messaging chat r ooms social net wor ks host ing sit es vir t ual gaming sit es video
    • 27. 5 p for parents 5 p for parents Learning Technologies for the Classroom POSITIVE stay positive to social networks PRIVACY private settings + add people you know+ nickname PHOTOS implications of photos + easily changed. POSTINGS Cyberbullying Harrassment ‘Sexting’ About others and yourself POLICE keep a copy of the evidence of harrassessment and report it.Online protection center http://ceop.police.uk/
    • 28. Stay SMART Learning Technologies for the Classroom Meeting someone you have met only online can be dangerous. Tell your parents. Information you find on the Internet may not be true. Keep safe by not giving personal info, passwords, school name, e-mail, phone number, address.. Accepting messages from people you don’t know can lead to problems or may contain nasty things. Tell your parents or an adult you trust if something makes you feel bad.
    • 29. Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/
    • 30. Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/faq/web-help-general-web-faqs
    • 31. Learning Technologies for the Classroom Further reading
    • 32. Learning Technologies for the Classroom http://arstechnica.com/
    • 33. Learning Technologies for the Classroom THANK YOU! Alicia Artusi 2digit2quit@gmail.com

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