Teaching students to think twice before posting images online

01/21/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

In this blog post, Ontario, Canada, educator Lisa Noble describes how she sought to teach her sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students why they should think twice before they post candid photos taken at school on the Internet. The urge to share such images with friends on social networks can put the safety of other students at risk, she writes -- a point made more real for students during a classroom visit from a fellow student with special needs.

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