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  • 1. Presented by: Sandra Paul Director of Technology Sayreville Public Schools
  • 2.
      • Web 2.0 Tools
        • Google
        • Prezi
        • YouTube
      • Social Networking
        • @njdoeleader
        • Facebook
        • LinkedIn
      • Mobile technology
        • Smartphone
        • iPad, iPod touch, iPhone
  • 3.
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  • 4.
      • Take the following poll:
      • Where is your school/district at this present time?
  • 5.
      • Using Goggle Tools, Docs, Sites etc.
      • Microsoft [email_address]
      • Microsoft 365
      • Sharepoint
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  • 6.
      • Limited resources within the organization (school districts)
      • Anytime, Anywhere access
      • Collaboration - locally and globally
      • Creation of innovative tools and services
  • 7.
    • A cloud user needs a client device such as a laptop or desktop computer, pad computer, smart phone, or other computing resource with a web browser (or other approved access route) to access a cloud system via the World Wide Web.  Cloud computing works on a client-server basis, using web browser protocols. The cloud provides server-based applications and all data services to the user, with output displayed on the client device.  Performance of the cloud application is dependent upon the network access, speed and reliability as well as the processing speed of the client device.
    • Since cloud services are web-based, they work on multiple platforms, including Linux, Macintosh, and Windows computers. Smart phones, pads and tablet devices with Internet and World Wide Web access also provide cloud services to telecommuting and mobile users.
  • 8.
      • What content should be on "the cloud"?
      • Comparison of resources available and resources within "the cloud"
      • Who has access to "the cloud"?
      • Not only access but who can edit in "the cloud"?
      • Do you have the bandwidth to use "the cloud"?
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  • 9.
      • Block everything
      • Allow some Web 2.0 Tools while blocking others
      • Teacher/Admin access but block students
      • Allow everyone access, include training for students and staff
      • Use Web 2.0 Tools that are controlled by teachers
  • 10.
      • CIPA (Child Internet Protection Act 2000)
      • Firewall
      • Filtering – websites, email, etc.
      • Cyberbullying
      • AUPs (Acceptable Use Policies)
  • 11.
      •   The law requires any school district that receives E-Rate funding to filter or block visual depictions that are obscene, that contain child pornography, or material harmful to minors. Schools are required to enforce the operation of such technology protection measures (i.e., keep the filter operating) during any use of such computers by minors. The law also requires districts to have in place a policy of Internet safety that includes the use of a filter or blocking procedure for district computers used by minors. 
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  • 12.
    •   The law requires any school district that receives E-Rate funding to filter or block visual depictions that are obscene, that contain child pornography, or material harmful to minors. Schools are required to enforce the operation of such technology protection measures (i.e., keep the filter operating) during any use of such computers by minors. The law also requires districts to have in place a policy of Internet safety that includes the use of a filter or blocking procedure for district computers used by minors.
  • 13.
      • Schools to educate minors on appropriate online behavior
      • Interaction with others on social networking sites
      • Cyberbullying awareness
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  • 14.
      • PollEverywhere website:
      • http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTIwNDg3MzA3NDM
  • 15.
      • Increase in Smartphone usage and technology
      • Wireless user devices
      • Technology usage by students (digital native, millennium generation, y-generation, x-generation)
      • Bandwidth
      • “ The Cloud”
  • 16.
      • Teaching and learning in the classroom
      • Possible 1 to 1 initiatives
      • Proper usage of cell phones/mobile devices
      • Security
      • Online Learning
      • Used before classes, during lunch and after school
  • 17.
      • Buy-in of the community and students
      • Schools and Districts should make the policies
      • Educating students on appropriate online behavior
      • Internet safety
  • 18.
      • Eschool News Article: Schools still conflicted about Web 2.0 Tools
      •   Web 2.0 as a Force for Transforming Schools
      •   AUPs in a Web 2.0 world
      •   Executive Director of American Association of School Administrators opinion
      •   Ed Week: Schools opening doors to student mobile devices
  • 19.
      • St. Elizabeth's AUP
      • Bellingham Public School AUP-unacceptable behavior in a generic manner
      • Littleton Public School District and Broward County Public Schools - student committees
      • Dysert School District - includes microblogging, mobile devices, social networking and staff websites
      • Duxbury Public Schools - contains language specific to Web 2.0
      • Warwick School District - contains a policy on cyberbullying and related matters
  • 20.
    • Cloud computing
    • Social Networking sites
    • Mobile Technology
    • Global collaboration and communication
    • Cyberbullying
  • 21.
      • Educate and Inform
      • Protect
      • Using resources wisely
      • Community involvement
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  • 22.
    • Review present technology policies about every 3 years.
    • Get input from key stakeholders including the community and students
    • Generic statements to include Web 2.0 Tools
    • Review devices that will be used in the school/district
    • Try to plan for the changes in technology access and devices
    • BOE approval
  • 23.
    • Contact information:
    • Sandra Paul
    • [email_address]
    • 732-316-2819 (office)
    • 908-433-7076 (cell)
    • @spaul6414 (twitter)
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook