What are the important things that school technology leaders, school counselors, and principals need to know about technology mis-use? The following list is from a $200 teleconference
being offered on 3/13. I'm surprised this is not a free webcast, but it sounds like the presenter has a legal background...
How Students are Using and Misusing Technology in the School Setting
*Plagiarism and cheating: What students are doing now
*MySpace postings impersonating administrators and teachers
*What authority do you have for disciplining cell phone issues?
*Inappropriate and offensive student-created Internet Web sites
Legal Update on Cyberbullying and Technology Abuse and Discipline
*First Amendment free speech considerations: What you should know
*FERPA requirements: What you need to know
*Fourth Amendment issues & due process requirements
*State Laws against cyberbullying
Cyberbullying: What to do if Technology Misconduct Occurs in Your School
*Proven guidelines for handling incidents
*Suggestions for protecting yourself from potential liability
*What other forms of abuse and harassment are rampant today?
What items would you add to this list that leaders need to be aware of?