TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM:
BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR
SUCCESS
Nancy Gifford
Senior Director of Law & Policy
The Internet ...
About iKeepSafe
• a nonprofit, international alliance of
more than 100 policy leaders, educators,
law enforcement members,...
iKeepSafe’s Mission
To see generations of the world’s
children grow up safely using
technology and the internet.
Technology in the Classroom:
Building a Foundation for Success
• Policies and Administrative
Considerations to protect the...
Elements of a
Comprehensive Student
Data Privacy Program
• Identify and minimize risks of mishaps
• Have clear polices tha...
Identify Risks
• Privacy Assessment
• Establish an e-safety committee (or a
subcommittee of your safety
committee)
• Dedic...
Elements of a
Comprehensive Student
Data Privacy Program
• Identify and minimize risks of mishaps
• Have clear polices tha...
CLEAR POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES
• Notice
• Confidentiality and Disclosures
• Security
• Changes
• Training
Privacy Policies
• Sharing personal data with 3rd
parties
• Use of technology:
• School administrators use
• Educator use
...
Is my school compliant with all
of the regulations around data
sharing?
• FERPA
• COPAA
• CIPA
• PPRA
• HIPPA
• Applicable...
Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act
• FERPA
• mandates that schools must keep
educational records confidential
and t...
Children’s Online Privacy
Protection Act
• COPPA
• Mandates operators of websites or
online services directed to children
...
Child Internet Protection Act
• CIPA
• Requires schools that use software
or technology to block access to
inappropriate m...
The Protection of Pupil Rights
Act
• PPRA
• Protects the privacy of students in
surveys, medical exams and
marketing.
• Ha...
Elements of a
Comprehensive Student
Data Privacy Program
• Identify and minimize risks of mishaps
• Have clear polices tha...
Incident Response Plan
– Digital incident response plan
• Cyberbullying
• Sexting
• Harassment
– Data security breach resp...
Civil Liberties
The First Amendment
• Balancing a robust expression of ideas
while restricting those
communications that i...
Civil Liberties
The Fourth Amendment
• Searching & seizing electronic
Devices
• BYOD, school-provided devices, cell
phones...
Elements of a
Comprehensive Student
Data Privacy Program
• Identify and minimize risks of mishaps
• Have clear polices tha...
Training
Elements of a training program:
• Basic privacy awareness
• Privacy rights & responsibilities
• Data security
• O...
Elements of a
Comprehensive Student
Data Privacy Program
• Identify and minimize risks of mishaps
• Have clear polices tha...
Educate Students and Parents
• Clear policies
• Clear process
ROADMAP
Download the Roadmap for Schools at:
iKeepSafe.org/roadmap
Or email: info@ikeepsafe.org
Digital Citizenship
At what age does cyberbullying start? . . . digital
piracy (illegally downloading movies and music)?
BE a PRO
The Free App for Parents
NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014
NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014
NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014
NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014
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NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014

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Transcripts - NAESP Conference - July 12, 2014

  • 1. TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS Nancy Gifford Senior Director of Law & Policy The Internet Keep Safe Coalition
  • 2. About iKeepSafe • a nonprofit, international alliance of more than 100 policy leaders, educators, law enforcement members, technology experts, public health experts and advocates. • Leader in research and tracking global trends and issues surrounding connected technology and their effect on children.
  • 3. iKeepSafe’s Mission To see generations of the world’s children grow up safely using technology and the internet.
  • 4. Technology in the Classroom: Building a Foundation for Success • Policies and Administrative Considerations to protect the privacy of student data • Core competencies for ethically and responsibly engaging with technology
  • 5. Elements of a Comprehensive Student Data Privacy Program • Identify and minimize risks of mishaps • Have clear polices that are kept up to date • Create an incident response plan • Train employees • Educate students and parents
  • 6. Identify Risks • Privacy Assessment • Establish an e-safety committee (or a subcommittee of your safety committee) • Dedicate a privacy point person (for offline and online information distribution)
  • 7. Elements of a Comprehensive Student Data Privacy Program • Identify and minimize risks of mishaps • Have clear polices that are kept up to date • Create an incident response plan • Train employees • Educate staff, students and parents
  • 8. CLEAR POLICIES AND PROCEDURES • Notice • Confidentiality and Disclosures • Security • Changes • Training
  • 9. Privacy Policies • Sharing personal data with 3rd parties • Use of technology: • School administrators use • Educator use • School websites
  • 10. Is my school compliant with all of the regulations around data sharing? • FERPA • COPAA • CIPA • PPRA • HIPPA • Applicable state laws • District Policies
  • 11. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act • FERPA • mandates that schools must keep educational records confidential and that student data can only be used for educational purposes. Using student data to sell or market products is prohibited. • Changes are being considered (Sen. Markey)
  • 12. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act • COPPA • Mandates operators of websites or online services directed to children obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting, using or disclosing personal info of children under 13 • School may provide consent in some circumstances
  • 13. Child Internet Protection Act • CIPA • Requires schools that use software or technology to block access to inappropriate materials • Safety education requirement • Tied to e-Rate Funding
  • 14. The Protection of Pupil Rights Act • PPRA • Protects the privacy of students in surveys, medical exams and marketing. • Has Opt-in and Opt-out requirements that schools must comply with.
  • 15. Elements of a Comprehensive Student Data Privacy Program • Identify and minimize risks of mishaps • Have clear polices that are kept up to date • Create an incident response plan • Train employees • Educate students and parents
  • 16. Incident Response Plan – Digital incident response plan • Cyberbullying • Sexting • Harassment – Data security breach response plan • Hacking • Accidental or negligent disclosures
  • 17. Civil Liberties The First Amendment • Balancing a robust expression of ideas while restricting those communications that invade others’ privacy, are defamatory, contribute to a hostile environment or otherwise cause harm.
  • 18. Civil Liberties The Fourth Amendment • Searching & seizing electronic Devices • BYOD, school-provided devices, cell phones, laptops, e-readers • What are your school policies around electronic devices?
  • 19. Elements of a Comprehensive Student Data Privacy Program • Identify and minimize risks of mishaps • Have clear polices that are kept up to date • Create an incident response plan • Train employees • Educate students and parents
  • 20. Training Elements of a training program: • Basic privacy awareness • Privacy rights & responsibilities • Data security • Online communication & social media • Electronic searches, surveillance, & access
  • 21. Elements of a Comprehensive Student Data Privacy Program • Identify and minimize risks of mishaps • Have clear polices that are kept up to date • Create an incident response plan • Train employees • Educate students and parents
  • 22. Educate Students and Parents • Clear policies • Clear process
  • 23. ROADMAP Download the Roadmap for Schools at: iKeepSafe.org/roadmap Or email: info@ikeepsafe.org
  • 24. Digital Citizenship
  • 25. At what age does cyberbullying start? . . . digital piracy (illegally downloading movies and music)?
  • 26. BE a PRO The Free App for Parents

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