Should Schools Monitor Students Social Media!?!? Have you ever showed up at school and had a friend or classmate tell you about a rumor directed towards you? I think schools should monitor students social media posts but, only if there seems to be problems occurring and disrupting the class. Cyberbullying can lead to low self esteem and depression, causing worse things. Document E, document B and, document D all agree with limiting/monitoring students online speech.
The principle of confidentiality means not passing on personal information about the families, children or colleagues that staff work with. It also means a set of rules or a promise that limits access or places restrictions on certain types of information. Confidentiality means not sharing information about people without their knowledge and agreement, and ensuring that written and electronic information cannot be accessed or read by people who have no reason to see it. Confidentiality is important because: -The person who does not keep information confidential, cannot be trusted.
Post-Observation 2 Questions What were the learning outcomes for the lesson? How did the learning outcomes meet the needs of individual students? The students had to sketch the Lewis dot structures for several molecular compounds. They also visualized what it is meant by the statement “sharing of electrons.”
Mind Your Own Beeswax Re: “Facing Consequences at Eden Prairie High” written by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Star Tribune Teens will be teens and obviously drinking and smoking will most likely be included. Almost all parents are aware what the teens do now in days. Although there are those kids that lie to their parents. Usually those kids post pictures of themselves drinking or smoking and that is when problems start.
There is a Chip in the System You’re so happy because it’s Friday and you have plans to go over to your best friend’s house. You hear the bell ring and run to your bus. You get home and pack your bag and start walking to their house. But what you don’t know is that your school knows exactly where you are because, they have a chip in your school ID card.
In summary, on 12/01/15 at 0151 hours Ofc. R. Sanchez #241 and I were patrolling the area of 1913 S. 59th Ct., at which time I observed a male subject walking in the street.
Should Cell Phones Be Allowed in School? Picture this, it’s a regular day of school you sit down at your desk at about 9:30 a.m. and all of the sudden you hear gunshots! You are rushed into the bathrooms and closets by staff members. You wait, hoping nothing will happen to you.
Could Phones in Class Be the Key to Learning Seeing a kid in class with their phone out, your first instinct will be telling them to put it away. Although cell phones can be a distraction and used for entertainment purposes they could be used for so much more. Phones should be allowed in classrooms to use as a learning tool, it will help students organize their work, and is cheaper than buying more technology. As you may know, schools are strict on their no phones in class rule.
Phones have become more popular today. Every where you go they are glued to students and adult's hands. New phones are coming out every year, and students just can not seem to let their phones go. These students always have these phones by their side, in class, and not in class, they always have them. Students are addicted to these phones, so what do the teachers, and administrators do about these phones during school hours?
I believe that people deserve their own privacy, the world wide web isnâ€™t in the power of everyone so to just let schools look at students social media will do absolutely nothing because one are they gonna keep watch of the millions of accounts on social media what about the real things that are actually said and done now this isnâ€™t the way the world works I think the schools should just focus on the task at hand and help kids pass over time students mature and are very aware of the things us as humans say or do. The real question is, is it really worth watching all the activity online instead of taking care of the stuff that can be prevented I mean The stuff we do now is the real do social media isnâ€™t going to stop bullying or cyberbullying it wonâ€™t stop until students realise what they are doing Iâ€™m talking from personal experience, Iâ€™ve been harassed online and outside of the social world itâ€™s just kids trying to show off to their friends. But the privacy issue still stands tall nobody should be able to violate that but it happens anyways because the government spies on us, so what if the government sees everything kids are saying to each other they donâ€™t stop it. Itâ€™s not their fight even though they are suppose to know whatâ€™s best for us
Cyberbullying is a huge problem in the United States, that happens everyday. Cyberbullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. It affects many people in a negative way and it has to be controlled. In order to do this, schools should be allowed to limit students’ online speech because it affects people's lives and distracts everyone in a school environment. Bullying others through a screen can affect people’s lives mentally, physically, and emotionally.