March's Theme is Ethical
Ethical students give credit where credit is due. They know how to research for information without plagiarizing from the web.
Technology Coaches, Librarians and Teachers will work with ACS students to reinforce the ideas of Copyright and Fair Use when images and music are used in projects. They will look at strategies to avoid plagiarism and how to give credit to internet resources.
Parent Tech Outreach Sessions for March
Are you just starting out with a Mac computer, or just want to improve your confidence? Our ACS iVipers High School Student Technology Team will lead a workshop full of tips and tricks to get you using your Mac like a pro. This workshop is perfect for computer beginners.
Time: March 9, 3:30-4:30 pm Location: High School Library
Registration for this session will be limited to 10 parents only.
Please click here if you would like to register and are sure that you can attend. Privacy Please!
Privacy settings on Facebook are continuously changing. There are a multitude of options which can have a positive or negative impact on your digital footprint and privacy. Learn about the current Facebook settings and work with our Technology Integrators to get your settings to match your privacy comfort level.
Time: March 23, 1:30-3:00 pm Location: HS Library
Registration for this session will be limited to 15 parents only.Please click here if you would like to register to attend.
Many believe that information on the web is free for the taking. At ACS we are helping students to understand the issues of copyright and avoid plagiarism. Mr Galvez, High School Technology Integrator and Dr Guthrie, ACS IT Director will talk about the issues facing your children when it comes to using digital resources appropriately.
Time: March 17, 2:00-3:00pm Location: HS Library
Please click here if you would like to register to attend.
Do you have some ideas or suggestions for our Parent Tech Sessions? We would really appreciate your feedback.
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Please see below some of our resources for Parents to help students become ethical.Commonsense Media: Respecting Creative Work - Middle and High School MS & HS - Family Tip - Respecting Creative Work.pdf
Commonsense Media: Respecting Creative Work - Elementary School ES - Family Tip - Respecting Creative Work.pdf
Understanding the 4 types of Intellectual Property
Everything is a Remix. The trouble with Intellectual Property