Week 13 Addressing Issues Part 2

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  • 1. Unit 3 Timeline
    • Assessment
    • Administration
    • Addressing issues in the digital classroom
      • Session 1 – podcast
      • Session 2 – face-to-face
    • Classroom management
    • Unit 3 Test AND Final exam (125 points)
      • Take home
      • Turn in through OnCourse AND Turnitin.com
  • 2.  
  • 3. Issue from last week - gender
    • What was the issue?
    • Are there alternative points of view or other pieces of information to consider?
    • What do you think?
  • 4. Addressing Issues in the Digital Classroom Part 2 Week 13
  • 5. Overview
    • Legal Issues
      • Copyright and fair use
    • Social Issues
      • Assistive technologies
    • Ethical Issues
      • Social networking
    • Safety Issues
      • Teacher responsibility
  • 6. Legal Issues - Podcast
    • Copyright/Fair Use
    • Privacy
    • Acceptable use of technology
    • Piracy
  • 7. Examples of Teacher Copyright Violation
    • A teacher was held liable for copying 11 out of 24 pages in an instructional book when it was used in subsequent semesters without permission from the copyright holder
    • Penalty = Up to $100,000 for each act of “deliberate or willfull infringement”
  • 8. Fair Use and Teachers
    • Allows use of copyrighted materials for educational purposes
    • Four standards for determining fair use:
      • Purpose of use
      • Nature of the work
      • Proportion/extent of the material used
      • The effect on marketability or commercial value
    • Fair use matrix
  • 9. Fair Use Guidelines
    • Time
      • Copy, distribute, use, retrieve, destroy
    • Brevity
      • Small portion okay (10%)
    • Spontaneity
      • “ Instance and inspiration of teacher” would not allow for timely legal reply
    • Cumulative Effect
      • Am I AVOIDING purchasing it? Does my reproduction affect the marketability or value of the item?
  • 10. True or False?
      • A science teacher recorded a Bill Nye the Science Guy episode covering Newton’s Laws. She made it at home and used her own DVD. She uses the entire episode every year in her classroom. This is permissible.
  • 11. True or False?
      • A student finds a photo online of a tiger. Since the school mascot is Terry the Tiger, he uses this photo as a graphic element on the school’s web page. He cites the website from which it was copied. This is fair use.
  • 12. True or False?
      • A school can only afford one copy of Kid Pix. The load one copy onto the library computer so all students/classes have access to the program all day. The teachers install the Kid Pix Player on their classroom computers to evaluate the student work. This is permissible.
  • 13. True or False?
      • An elementary school transcribes the lyrics from the album “Chicago" and puts it on as the school mini musical. A teacher plays the music by ear on the piano and the students perform every song. There is no admission charged. This is legal.
  • 14. Copyright and Fair Use
    • Why is this an ISSUE?
    • What ISSUES do you see this causing for YOU?
  • 15. Overview
    • Legal Issues
      • Copyright and fair use
    • Social Issues
      • Assistive technologies
    • Ethical Issues
      • Social networking
    • Safety Issues
      • Teacher responsibility
  • 16. Social Issues - Podcast
    • Digital Divide (Income, Location)
    • Gender
    • Assistive Technology
  • 17. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Blindness or Deafness
      • Blind and visually impaired
        • Zoom text
        • CCTV
        • Braille devices
      • Deaf and Hard of Hearing
        • FM systems
        • Assistive Listening Devices
    Zoom Text Braille Devices FM Systems
  • 18. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Physical Disabilities
      • Adapted hardware
        • AlphaSmart keyboards
        • Touch Screens
        • Big Keys
        • Half Qwerty Keyboard
    AlphaSmart Touch Screens Big Keys Half Qwerty
  • 19. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Learning Disabilities: struggling with writing or producing text (cognitive and/or physical)
      • Voice-to-Text
        • Students unable to write or type (dysgraphia, bad handwriting, bad spelling)
        • Speech recognition and word prediction
        • Surf the web
        • Full control of computer
        • Available at UPEI
    Dragon Naturally Speaking SpeakQ
  • 20. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Learning Disabilities and/or students struggling with writing (cognitively, not physically)
      • Word Prediction Software for word processors and email
      • dysgraphia, bad handwriting, bad spelling
        • Word prediction
        • Grammar support
        • Vocabulary support
    Co:Writer WordQ
  • 21. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Learning Disabilities and/or students struggling with reading
      • Reading/Language Software
        • Struggling readers
        • Language development
    earobics Rosetta Stone Start-to-Finish Books
  • 22. Students using Assistive Technology
    • Cognitively / Intellectually Disabilities
      • Students functioning much lower level than peers
        • IntelliPics
        • IntelliMath
        • IntelliKeys
        • IntelliTalk
        • Classroom Suite
    IntelliKeys Classroom Suite
  • 23.
    • What problems could arise from assistive technology?
  • 24. Assistive Technology Case
    • Josh
      • 13 year old student in 7th grade
      • Hypotonia and orthopedically impaired
        • Effects hand functions, making it difficult to write
    • Abilities
      • Verbal IQ of 153
      • Performance IQ of 108
      • Accelerated classes
      • Change due to written productivity
    • Concerns
      • Fatigues easily
      • Only able to produce 50% of the written work
      • Science computer lab
      • English two computers
  • 25. Overview
    • Legal Issues
      • Copyright and fair use
    • Social Issues
      • Assistive technologies
    • Ethical Issues
      • Social networking
    • Safety Issues
      • Teacher responsibility
  • 26. Ethical Issues - Podcast
    • Information Accuracy
    • Academic Dishonesty
    • Social Networking
  • 27. Facebook Fallout
  • 28. Ethical Issues – non-technological
    • Obviously they were stupid , but did the teachers in this video do anything wrong ?
      • Obscene pictures
      • “ I hate my students”
      • Drinking
      • School-bashing
      • Racial slur
    • Washington Post Article
    • GCPS Handbook
  • 29. Ethical Issues - Technological
    • How did technology make this ISSUE a bigger ISSUE?
    • What other ISSUES go along with social networking?
  • 30. Social Networking
    • Internet is archived
      • Some good advice: Don't put in electronic form anything you wouldn't want to be viewed by millions of people
    • What is your online identity ?
      • Are you a different person than you present in the real world?
    • Good rule:
      • Would you want your grandmother to see this?
      • No matter the forum, people must accept the consequences for what they say and do
      • No free speech. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that governments can fire employees if their speech harmed the workplace's mission and function
  • 31. Overview
    • Legal Issues
      • Copyright and fair use
    • Social Issues
      • Assistive technologies
    • Ethical Issues
      • Social networking
    • Safety Issues
      • Teacher responsibility
  • 32. Safety Issues - Podcast
    • Malware (viruses, spyware, spam, phishing, etc)
    • Security
  • 33. Teacher Responsibility
    • Do you think school teachers should be responsible for teaching students how to use technology? Explain your stance.
  • 34. Unit 3 Timeline
    • Assessment
    • Administration
    • Addressing issues in the digital classroom
      • Session 1 – podcast
      • Session 2 – face-to-face
    • Classroom management
    • Unit 3 Test AND Final exam (125 points)
      • Take home
      • Turn in through OnCourse AND Turnitin.com