Cramlington Learning Village Presentation from #frog12

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Cramlington Learning Village Presentation from #frog12

  1. 1. Managing Acceptable Use Graham Quince VLE Coordinator, CLV
  2. 2. Background• CLV: 2,200+ students, 120 teachers• Approx 1500 PCs on site• 300 mobile tablets in Year 7 (expected to double in September)• 3 Web Designers• CLV has been a Frog School since September 2008
  3. 3. Story• Social Networking was a big buy-in for us• Benefits of SN: – Communication, both non-directed and directed – Student Voice – Responsibility
  4. 4. With great power comes great responsibilityWith every PowerPoint comes an obvious pop-culture reference
  5. 5. Trust• We wanted to encourage responsibility, not limit student access.• Social Networking exists in the ‘real world’, we should help our students learn how to use it• Of course, there’s always some who will turn to the dark side…
  6. 6. Clichéd use of Darth Vaderimage goes here.
  7. 7. Acceptable Use Policy• All students when first starting at CLV are introduced to the computers and our AUP• The AUP is a contract with the students explaining: – how they should use the school’s computers – what is acceptable on the internet – when they can play games, etc…
  8. 8. Acceptable Use Policy• There are consequences for breaking the AUP just as there are for any inappropriate behaviour in school.
  9. 9. The Banned List• Manual Frog Group: The Banned List
  10. 10. The Banned List• Students who break the AUP are added to the group• A Frog IF Brick surrounding each fun section on the VLE prevents those students accessing that resource.
  11. 11. In the Toolkit
  12. 12. On a page
  13. 13. Impact• Immediate• Solves behaviour issues quickly• Students know why they are banned• Classroom teachers don’t become involved, allows them to avoid arguments of behaviour
  14. 14. Conclusion• We feel it is right to encourage responsibility• We need to also ensure our students are respectful to each other and to staff when online.
  15. 15. Summary• Social Networking provides us with the opportunity to foster the culture we want.• The Banned List allows us to prevent misuse when a student doesn’t live up to that trust.
  16. 16. Questions…@grahamquincegquince@cramlingtonlv.co.ukwww.grahamquince.wordpress.com

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