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    Course 2 Final Project

    [caption id="attachment_80" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image from: https://pixabay.com/[/caption] For my Course 2 Final project I have designed a unit of work for Key Stage Two children. I contacted the teachers at a school in the UK. T
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    Social media are changing who we are

    "Our body is physiologically rewarding us for talking about ourselves online" Moffit and Brown, ASAPScience video (below) It is clear from the research behind this video, that using social media not only changes what we do, but also who we biol
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    Digital Tattoos for Everyone!

    Privacy. It's a challenging topic especially in the digital world we live in. This week I read fellow COETAILer Erin's blog  post about digital footprints being more akin to a digital tattoo. Her comparison to her own body tattoo, resonated with m
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    Just Because You Can - Doesn't Mean You Should

    Is there a difference between being a  good citizen and being a good digital citizen.  I often start digital citizenship discussion with this question.  It doesn't take long for the students to agree they are in fact the same thing but in two
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    Is There Privacy in the Internet Age?

      [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="885"] Some rights reserved. https://www.flickr.com/photos/111692634@N04/18528198069[/caption] Explicitly teaching students about the importance and the intricacies of privacy online is as importan
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    To be safe and out there!

    I read with interest  The myth of online predators. The online world is no more dangerous than the real world. There is probably truth in this. We teach our kids to not accept lifts from strangers etc and many years ago this proved to be a good less
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    Balancing Act Between Public and Private

      [caption id="attachment_68" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Picture by Ben Kerckx[/caption] How do you balance between creating a positive public digital footprint and keeping your information private.  If that is a hard topic for adul
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    What we mean when we talk about privacy

    Have you seen this video? It demonstrates how far we have come in a short time, that these people receiving week-old news remind us of Rip van Winkle. So we bemoan our loss of privacy. We expect Facebook to allow us to join its network for
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    Let the cat out on the web

    [caption id="attachment_152" align="aligncenter" width="605"] Banksy graffiti taken by Bruce Krasting in 2012[/caption]   What are looking at? Are you scanning me for my own good? Privacy begins with myself. Although no one can pret
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    Share with Care

    How do I model and share my limited knowledge on online privacy? I teach my second graders Common Sense Media lessons on keeping personal information private and creating strong passwords when they are cruising the web.  I should probably apply
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    My Business is None of Your Business (or is it...)

    A quick aside before I start this blog on matters of privacy. Looking at this weeks reading I clicked on the very first link: Job Hunting: Take a look at your Facebook page. A message popped up 'Safari can't verify the website... ...personal and conf
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    The Responsible Use of Technology (RUA)

    E&A Publishing House bring you the 3 Keys to the Responsible Use of Technology! [caption id="attachment_224" align="aligncenter" width="595"] E&A's Responsible Use Agreement is perfectly suited to Primary & Middle School Students[/captio
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    Down the rabbit hole...

    Hmmm … ok … procrastination and interest—I Google myself and see what pops up. 5 mins…10 mins…15 mins later… I have progressed from self-interest to now stepping all over people’s personal moments in [caption id="" align="align
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    Privacy, Piracy & the Private Eye

    [caption id="attachment_177" align="alignleft" width="575"] A connected world requires us to travel in different digital dimensions.[/caption] There is a strange coincidence I noticed as I inserted the image above into my blog post entry about pri
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    Online6 Slack-ers

    Hey everyone! Course 2 is cruising by! Tons o' stuff to learn with respect to privacy, digital citizenship, and copyright. I wanted to share a pretty in your face movie focusing on privacy and what you are agreeing to when you click "agree to terms o
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    Giving Credit - a short interlude post

    Giving Credit Visiting Grade 5 and sharing their work has highlighted the question for me of how to give students credit for work whilst preserving their privacy. Pulling to the left: Privacy I want to share work in a way that keeps stude
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    Privacy Exposed

    So confession time. [caption id="attachment_84" align="alignright" width="258"] Screenshot of Google Search for Eric Richards page 8[/caption] I have purposely been trying to be ungoogleable. I used to take pride in the fact that it was 19 goog
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    Privacy vs Transparency

    With each passing year it gets easier to voice concerns about privacy online. The erosion of Facebook’s default settings reveals not just one company's inclinations, but serves as a bellwether for the internet itself. For another example we can
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    The Illusion of Privacy

    [caption id="attachment_62" align="alignnone" width="300"] Arab Eyes by Donna Frose is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.[/caption] Hiding in Plain Sight I lived and worked in the Mi
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    Tracking, the 4th Amendment and Apple vs the FBI

    “The only true protection is to understand that anything you put up there can be accessed by somebody else.” -from the article 5 Biggest Online Privacy Threats. Being a new user of Cloud Technology, and feeling excited about its potenti
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    Privacy...What's that?

    As a child I remember making a big deal out of having to share my room with  my sister and my lack of privacy. I always valued my privacy and it lead to many arguments. Little did I know, privacy would become a treasured commodity in our current dig