Many states have already passed laws prohibiting aggressive, abusive and exploitative online behavior and educators now have a legal responsibility to uphold those laws and protect their students when accessing the Internet at school. This course, presented by Nancy Willard, an expert in this emerging area of the law, instructs educators (including principals, counselors, school resource officers, and technology experts) on sensible practices to promote student safety and responsible online usage. Experts offer a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, research-based approach to teaching students strategies to help them avoid risky behavior and empower them to make the most of online social media, entertainment and information. Willard and guest experts will also sort out facts and myths in cyberbullying and the legal parameters in managing safe and responsible student access.
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