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Maryland State Department of Education: 

Maryland State Department of Education SETDA Leadership Institute State Sharing Session October 2, 2006

Digital Citizenship : 

Digital Citizenship Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum (VSC) School Library Media Student Technology Literacy Health

LM VSC - 7.0 Ethical Use of Information: Students will demonstrate responsible attitudes toward the use of information. (content standard): 

LM VSC - 7.0 Ethical Use of Information: Students will demonstrate responsible attitudes toward the use of information. (content standard)

TL8 - 2.0 Digital Citizenship: Demonstrate an understanding of the history of technology and its implications on society and practice ethical, legal, and responsible use of technology to assure safety. (content standard): 

TL8 - 2.0 Digital Citizenship: Demonstrate an understanding of the history of technology and its implications on society and practice ethical, legal, and responsible use of technology to assure safety. (content standard)

Health Education VSC: 

Health Education VSC 5.0 Safety and Injury Prevention Students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skills, and processes to promote safe living in the home, school, and community

Health Education VSC: 

Health Education VSC Grade 6 – Identify safety rules that prevent injury or accident a. Give examples of practice that promote safe living … on the internet. Grade 7 – Recognize contributors to harassment and intimidating behaviors. b. Recognize the inappropriate use of technology as it relates to harassment and intimidating behaviors Internet Email Websites Instant Messaging Telephone/Cell phones

Health Education VSC: 

Health Education VSC High School 3. Recognize contributors to harassment, intimidating behavior, and violence. a. Describe examples of harassment and intimidating behaviors in media. b. Analyze the impact of media influence on harassing and intimidating behaviors. c. Give examples of the inappropriate use of technology as it relates to harassment and intimidating behaviors Internet Email Websites Instant Messaging Telephone/Cell phone d. Examine the influence of peer groups as they relate to harassing and intimidating behaviors.

Maryland Virtual Opportunities Program (MVLO): 

Maryland Virtual Opportunities Program (MVLO) Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunities Program MVLO Academic Integrity and Ethics Agreement 2006-2007 School Year As a student enrolled in a Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunity course, I will abide by all rules and regulations published by the Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunity Program (MVLO) as well as the rules and regulations published by my local school. I agree that I am subject to all disciplinary procedures established by the Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunity Program and/or my local school to address violations of rules of the MVLO.

Maryland Virtual Opportunities Program (MVLO): 

Maryland Virtual Opportunities Program (MVLO) Acceptable Network and Internet Usage Conduct and Use Assignments and Tests Plagiarism Copyright Final Exams Non-compliance Signed by student and parent

Maryland State Technology Plan: 

Maryland State Technology Plan Objective 4: Improve equitable access to appropriate technologies among all stakeholders. 4.1 Recommended Actions Review and update Acceptable Use and Internet Safety policies in Local School System technology plans in accordance with the current digital environment. (Local)

MD Local School System Technology Plans: 

MD Local School System Technology Plans LOCAL SCHOOL SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY PLAN Components Required for Approval Access for all learners Description of local school system Acceptable Use and Internet Safety policies and how these policies are implemented and enforced in compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). * Required for Approval for Universal Service Program Discounts

Statewide Activity: 

Statewide Activity Copyright and Fair Use Presentations Legislative Roundtables Local School System Programs Division of Student, Family and School Support (Cyberbullying)

Cyberbullying –Study by Fight Crime: Invest in Kids: 

Cyberbullying –Study by Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Schools deal with aftermath More than 1/3 of teenagers say they have been cyberbullied 40% of teens in southern America say they have been bullied online National average is 36% 28% males; 44% females; 15 – 17 year olds most common target Information from The Capital, Annapolis, Maryland, September 5, 2006. http://www.hometownannapolis.com/

PreK-16 Leadership Council : 

PreK-16 Leadership Council Subcommittee on Academic Integrity Policy (white paper) Consequences Education Curriculum and Instruction Lesson Plans Resources Marketing Identify Stakeholders

University of Maryland C3 Conference: 

University of Maryland C3 Conference Cybersecurity Cybersafety Cyberethics

Resources: 

Resources National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) Consortium of School Networking (CoSN) I-Safe Net Smartz

National Cyber Security Alliance: 

National Cyber Security Alliance Roundtables Social Networking Campaign - May National Cyberawareness Month – October Endorsements Staysafeonline.com Resources

Participating Organizations: 

Participating Organizations NCSA Homeland Security Department of Commerce Colleges and Universities University of Maryland Maryland State Department of Education

Consortium of School Networking (CoSN): 

Consortium of School Networking (CoSN) Cyber Security for the Digital District: Ensuring the Security of School Networks

Consortium of School Networking (CoSN): 

Consortium of School Networking (CoSN) Tools and information for Superintendents, School Board members, and Technology Leaders to assess and improve the security of their technology systems in order to protect the safety of staff and students, contribute to the educational mission of their schools, and maintain community support. Tools to help school technology leaders analyze their network’s current security status in comparison to other districts and against industry best practices, validating what they are doing well and giving them insight into how risk can be further reduced. Strategies for developing and implementing a cost-effective action plan to strengthen security and handle crises. Guidance for communicating the importance of security to the school community.

Challenges: 

Challenges Greater Access to Technology Social Networking Popularity Enabling Technologies Cell phones Graphing calculators iPods Copy/paste

Solutions : 

Solutions Alternate assignments Detection software (e.g. Turninit.com) Multiple versions of tests Education Policies Consequences

State Sharing: 

State Sharing What is happening in your state?

Contact Information: 

Contact Information For information on the Maryland State Department of Education Instructional Technology and School Library Media Program, contact: Jayne Moore, Director Phone: (410) 767-0382 jmoore@msde.state.md.us Fax: (410) 333-2128 http://marylandpublicschools.org/MSDE/programs/technology/ http://marylandpublicschools.org/MSDE/programs/technology/library_media

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