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Copyright, Ethical, and Equity Issues

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This is an opportunity for the Level One (Adoption and Knowledge) or Level Two (Instructional) person who may be publishing their own work or having students access a variety of resources to use for lessons or projects. Copyright issues are a hot topic and this opportunity will give you the forum to discuss how and when to use different resources, when to ask for permission, and how to handle acceptable use concerns for your students. Review and discuss strategies for equitable access for all students especially since more and more resources are available online.

to be able to demonstrate ethical and equitable use of technology
  1. review research and literature on copyright issues involving technology and non-technology resources and proper netiquette
  2. discuss acceptable use for personal and professional use of print and electronic resources and privacy issues with email
  3. discuss equitable access and use of assistive devices
  4. write and share a report on ethical use or equity in education
NCATE Standards:
1.2.5, 1.2.6, 2.1.2

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
VI.A , BC, and E

Types of Opportunities:
  1. two to three hour small or large group workshop with others at the same level 
  2. one hour minimum follow-up discussion online

This eCoach opportunity can be bundled with other opportunities in an institute or as part of your staff development program with a focus on a particular curriculum area, grade level, or project. This opportunity can be provided as an online discussion only. Our coaches can prepare your coaches to provide this service onsite for a separate fee. We will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guide separately.

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