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Technology in the classroom

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This PowerPoint is designed to initiate discussions concerning the proper use of technology and the Internet. It includes computer safey both on and offline, social networking dos and don'ts, ethical use of Internet material including videos, music and printed material, copyright guidelines, methods for checking for plagiarisms.

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Technology in the classroom

  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM PRESENTER DATE “This presentation contains copyrighted material under the educational fair use exemption to the U.S. copyright law." EDNA LAMARCA NOVEMBER 11, 2013
  2. 2. THE CORE PRINCIPLES Computer Safety That Students Must Know Citation Social Networking Plagiarism Ethics Copyright Guidelines
  3. 3. TECHNOLOGY HARDWARE: • – – – – Technology Hardware Passwords Acceptable Use Policy Be careful with devices • Place securely on tables Handle carefully Watch for cords and cables Keep devices clean Respect software and programs – Never open attachments you are not expecting – Never download programs, apps, etc. – Keep an updated virus protection plan – Back up your files regularly
  4. 4. PASSWORDS: • • • • • • Your responsibility Unique Changed on a regular basis Composed of both letters and numbers Never be given to anyone else Not be taped under the computer or in another easily accessible place
  5. 5. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY: • • • • Your responsibility to know the rules Parental Permission Form Everything may be searched by school authorities/law enforcement officials Never: – – – – Access pornographic, obscene material Vandalize property of another person Pirate software Violate any local, state, or federal statue
  6. 6. WHEN WE ENTER THE INTERNET WE BECOME CONNECTED WITH THE WORLD We must be professional and responsible with every word • • • Never give out personal information Secure sites “https” but not “http” Organizations want to market to you
  7. 7. A STRANGER IS A STRANGER Protect yourself from predators Protect yourself from Cyberbullying Protect yourself from giving out too much information Johnson, D. (2012). The classroom teacher’s technology survival guide. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
  8. 8. ETHICS • Is the branch of philosophy that deals with moral judgments, issues of right and wrong, and determining what behaviors are humane or inhumane. “Ethical Action” is an action that does not have a damaging impact on oneself, other individuals, or society. Johnson, D. (2012). The classroom teacher’s technology survival guide. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
  9. 9. JOHNSON’S THREE RULES OF TECHNOLOGY ETHICS 1. Privacy – I will protect my privacy and respect the privacy of others. 2. Property – I will protect my property and respect the property of others. 3. Appropriate use – I will use technology in constructive ways and in ways that do not break the rules of my family, faith, school, or government. Johnson, D. (2012). The classroom teacher’s technology survival guide. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons
  10. 10. Do Not:  Steal or Destroy  Exaggerate or embellish  Look at or create tasteless, offensive or lacking in educational value material Do:  Treat intellectual property the same way you would treat physical property  Question material - Hate groups, Political extremists
  11. 11. DOES MY USE OF THE TECHNOLOGY VIOLATE THE PRIVACY OF OTHERS, OR AM I GIVING INFORMATION TO OTHERS THAT I SHOULD NOT? Johnson, D. (2012). The classroom teacher’s technology survival guide. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
  12. 12. Johnson, G. (2012). Copyright and Fair Use - General Guidelines Statement and Disclosure
  13. 13. Books/Magazines – Up to 1000 words but not more than 10% Poems – Up to 250 words or if less the entire poem Photographs/Drawings – Up to 5 graphics from the same person Video – Up to 3 minutes but not more than 10% of entire video Music – Up to 30 seconds but not more than 10% And cannot be changed in any way  “Fair use” statement at beginning of presentations  Bibliography      NC Wise Owl. (2009). Copyright Guidelines. Retrieved from http://www.ncwiseowl.org/zones/copyright/Student_Guidelines.html
  14. 14. PLAGIARISM  Accidental or Intentional Plagiarism:          Copying a quotation without quotation marks Not writing the citation showing where the information comes from Writing material very close to the original Paraphrasing - writing another’s ideas in your own words – rearranging words Copying and pasting without using citations or quotation marks Purchasing work (such as essays) from the Internet and claiming them as your own Using another student’s work as your own Using images, charts, or graphics without a citation Giving information that is not accurate mizikar, A. (). Battling Plagiarism in the Internet age. Retrieved from http://www6.wittenberg.edu/lib/help/plagiarism/
  15. 15. METHODS OF CHECKING FOR PLAGIARISM Changes in Writing Style Changes in Font Not the Right Topic Check Citations Dated References Unusual Word Choices Above/Below Class Level Samples of In-class Writing Students Write Summaries Boolean Searches Microsoft mizikar, A. (). Battling Plagiarism in the Internet age. Retrieved from http://www6.wittenberg.edu/lib/help/plagiarism
  16. 16. Easy Bib • http://content.easybib.com/citation-guides/apaformat Study Mode • http://www.studymode.com/citation-generator/ APA Format Citation Generator • http://apareferencing.ukessays.com/
  17. 17. THE CORE PRINCIPLES     Follow the Rules Ask Report Learn Computer Safety Citation Microsoft Social Networking Ethics Plagiarism Copyright
  18. 18. Bibliography Chaudhary, N. (). Free Images of Technology. Retrieved from http://www.google.com/search?q=free+images+of+technology&nord =1&rlz=1C2GGGE_enUS510US543&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=wrd2UouDCOSOyAHqhIGQDg&ved=0CFwQsAQ&biw =1292&bih=683#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=Y1axob-gHnJyJM%3A%3BmewJg4JEtZemvM%3Bhttp%2 Free Images of Technology. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com Free Images of Technology. Retrieved from http://www.google.com/search?q=free+images+of+technology&nord=1&rlz=1C2GGGE_en US510US543&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=wrd2UouDCOSOyAHqhIGQDg&ved=0CFwQsAQ&biw=1292bih=683 Johnson, D. (2012). The classroom teacher’s technology survival guide. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/content/eBookLibrary2/content/eReader.aspx?assetMetaId=d9ec986b-3a6b-48fd-85ec- 278389888511&assetDataId=22d60f48-4737-40d0-93c6-ba6b18108fdf&sectionId=ch07lev1sec1&assetpdfdataid=dd438dd1-2462-4fe09eeb-a422cffd9dff Johnson, G. (2012). Copyright and Fair Use - General Guidelines Statement and Disclosure. Retrieved from http://www.resourcesforlife.com/docs/item6247 Mizikar, A. (). Battling Plagiarism in the Internet age. Retrieved from http://www6.wittenberg.edu/lib/help/plagiarism/

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