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AUP revision – a collaborative conversation.

April 28, 2012
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For our final project I partnered up with Andre De Koker and Sarah Leonardis. We work in three different areas of the world, and our schools have different needs and challenges. As a result, our intention is to use one another as sounding boards for our process as well as our ideas. This Google Doc is an evolving record of our conversation.

3 Responses to AUP revision – a collaborative conversation.

  1. Kristi on April 28, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Thanks for the window into your process.

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    heddenturner on April 30, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    WOW!! IT is amazing how your conversations are EXACTLY like the ones I am currently having with my focus group at school. We also decided on having an AUP for K-2 (LES), 3-5 (UES) because really we are also expecting more at those older ages. Our current AUP is one for the entire school and is not signed just given. This was concerning. I also really think that the tech person at school or classroom teacher should go over all of the expectations with the students before it is sent home to parents and then children can explain it to parents as it is read to them (although hopefully it would be very clear to parents what it means…) but having the kids explain it again to parents would really help them to make it “stick”. I really appreciated seeing your conversation on this. It helped to know I am going in the right direction and you are also coming to some of the same conclusions. It is important to me that I am able to give the school something they can really use with the children/parents of the lower elementary school here.

  3. AKsharma on May 2, 2012 at 1:35 pm

    Hi, it is nice to see three teachers sharing their tech experience from different parts of the world. I like the idea of using AUP (Acceptable use policy) in schools. I don’t know if we have one by the same name in our school, I will find it out. If a school use AUP for its community then it is school’s responsibility to update this important document as and when it is needed. I am not very sure about student sign this document in elementary school or it is done by the parents. I am in favor of a parent sign this document and make the child understand the content of this document. It would be of no use to get it signed when the content is not made clear to students.

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