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Student Data Privacy And Distance Learning during COVID - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Jane Warden
35:18
Our parents can change their choice at specified times during the course of the school year.
Rich Boettner
35:45
Same, our parents can move at semester
Mary Jane Warden
37:47
Wanted to add fee teacher tools
Mary Jane Warden
37:54
Free teacher tools
Marci Giang
01:04:46
Please let us know if you have any questions
Annie Fredriksson
01:24:44
You both have large districts and much to manage…how do you handle extensions or tools/applications the teachers want to use with students, especially with our students under 13. Do you approve on behalf of the parents?
Annie Fredriksson
01:27:07
Teachers have access to so many digital tools online without technically going through the district (especially when it doesn’t have to be purchased)
Ken Reynolds
01:28:17
Me to Athletic Director: Did you actually upload student PII to some website? Did you consider FERPA? AD: What's PII? What's FERPA? Well, the software was free so I used it. Me: Did you have MOU or data sharing agreement?? AD: What's a MOU? Me:<Head in hands>
Annie Fredriksson
01:29:50
So many resources were temporarily free when things shut down in spring and teachers were jumping aboard so many opportunities. The control over that was impossible at the time.
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
01:30:21
I know we are out of time but I am so curious as best practices for hybrid and technology.
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
01:31:14
Web conferencing use.
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
01:31:23
Displays?
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
01:31:37
Interactivity?
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
01:32:04
Sound? Thank you.
Marci Giang
01:32:05
https://covid19edtechguidance.com/
Derrick Johnson
01:33:01
Here are some best practices for Remote/Hybrid: • Settle on one Technology platform (MS, Google), student device etc.• Get your users off File shares and use cloud storage i.e. OneDrive/Google Docs, utilize the monitoring tools associated with the services.• For Video Conferencing, put the control of meetings in the Teachers hand not the Student/Guests