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grimlok
30:58
Hello, from Eastern Shore, VA
Hausman
31:46
Hello from Allentown, PA
francescablueher@gmail.com
38:34
have never heard the term “click wrap”. I am positive a very, very small percentage of teachers read this. I know I am very negligent in ever reading these “contracts”.
grimlok
40:29
That happened at our district.
jhengstler
41:20
Patti Bacchus—reporter & ex school board member in BC did some research into Superintendents being wooed by tech companies, I think
jhengstler
44:16
I wrote/presented in conference in Canada in 2017 with specific recommendations: BC Teachers at the Crossroad: A Focal Point at the Intersecting Horizons of Web 2.0, Student Privacy concerns, & Privacy Law (Presentation & Paper), May 1, 2017, Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE) Conference, In the Land of Living Skies: Expanding Horizons in Education and the Law 2017, Saskatoon, SK. Session Presenter: Julia Hengstler. Session Slides in PDF: BC Teachers at the Crossroad: A Focal Point at the Intersecting Horizons of Web 2.0, Student Privacy concerns, & Privacy Law (J. Hengstler, 2017)
Libby Frank
47:55
including the military
jhengstler
56:40
If teachers are held responsible for reviewing privacy policies & terms of service for edtech used—where does liability rest? How can you be held liable if either in certification or employment there is no assurance of adequate training.
francescablueher@gmail.com
57:44
Is there any research on the effects on students physical mental health with increased screen time??
jhengstler
59:32
Re. schools that encourage use of social media or online tools, I am talking to our “WorkSafe BC” about responsibility of employer to identify risks to teachers, provide adequate training, ways to report harms/potential harms & address them. Teacher recently approached me about student who bullied her on Instagram —made meme & it got 100+ likes in the school.
jhengstler
01:01:29
I would sure like to look at running similar surveys re. teacher privacy knowledge in BC. Am working on my PhD in EdTech & Privacy under BC FIPPA
jhengstler
01:02:15
Any special considerations or provisions for personal information shared outside of US?
jhengstler
01:02:26
If teachers are held responsible for reviewing privacy policies & terms of service for edtech used—where does liability rest? How can you be held liable if either in certification or employment there is no assurance of adequate training.
Libby Frank
01:02:40
My understanding is that the military gets the student contact information. Do you address that?
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:03:04
Could you say more about the trend of personalized/adaptive learning and what exactly it is? What kind of data go into the lessons that are “served up” to students?
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:04:51
Also, have you looked at all at the use of “early alert” systems like Starfish by Hobsons and the privacy risks they potentially pose?
francescablueher@gmail.com
01:06:14
thank you
jhengstler
01:11:14
Are there any limitations against datalinkages between vendors’/services’ data sets re. k12 students?
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:13:19
So so helpful, both of you. Thank you!
jhengstler
01:15:39
In BC, any larger scale implementation of edtech requires a formal PIA—Privacy Impact Assessment in a format defined by our provincial privacy commissioner’s office. Do you have any requirement like that?
jhengstler
01:19:43
yes
jhengstler
01:20:36
no
jhengstler
01:20:47
Vendors & service providers
jhengstler
01:20:49
Yes
Elizabeth Rodriguez
01:22:18
this was excellent, thank you!
francescablueher@gmail.com
01:22:23
thank you so much!
Jamy Brice Hyde
01:22:33
EWxcellent!~
jhengstler
01:24:22
Thank you so much—helps me get a US perspective. Been following since InBloom fights in NY way back....
Hausman
01:24:33
Thank You!!!
jhengstler
01:25:02
Looking forward to getting the links and reading the resources closely.