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Blurred Lines: A New View of Off-Campus Student Speech - Shared screen with speaker view
Valerie Carrillo
21:00
Hi Joy--tag you're it on this topic! :)
Beverly Slough
21:33
Hello, friends!
Sonja Trainor
21:39
There are no written materials. Thanks.
Kathy Hunter
21:55
Erum from California!
Valerie Carrillo
23:00
Thanks for offering this one for free!
Francisco Negron
27:18
You're welcome.
Valerie Carrillo
30:06
Because we cheer moms are a bit crazy at times! LOL--spoken from a cheer mom, of course. :)
Stephanie Faust
32:42
Will the recording of this presentation be available for participants?
Sonja Trainor
33:09
The recording will be available.
Stephanie Faust
33:18
Thank you!
Sonja Trainor
39:21
Attendees, if you have a question for the panelists, please type it into the Q&A box.
Valerie Carrillo
40:14
Yes, Mr. Ziegler! Restorative discipline! :)
Valerie Carrillo
41:15
My daughter's excuse for making dumb decisions during her teen years was that her brain wasn't fully developed until she turns 25---according to her AP Bio teacher! LOL
Valerie Carrillo
50:59
Thank your for understanding this as a principal!
Trenton Wilson
53:40
What about filming incidents on campus and then uploading to a social media platform? Or sharing video that you did not film?
Phillip Hartley
56:08
So do we read the case to add off campus (or the site of the speech) as one of the Tinker balancing points or does it create a separate balancing act (location, parental role, uniform worn, disruption etc) for off campus speech, however we define that
Valerie Carrillo
59:09
Great answers to that question Dr. Ziegler and Joy!
Valerie Carrillo
01:09:31
Yes, Francisco...I found the 8-1 from this particular court was extremely interesting.
Jackie Wernz
01:14:04
That's why we are all school lawyers Dr. Ziegler, we know how hard your job is!
Kathy Hunter
01:14:12
Can we receive a copy of this recording via email to share with colleagues? Please and thank you!
Valerie Carrillo
01:22:51
Preach Dr. Ziegler! I love your approach.