ASTE 2022 Additional Resources

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  • February 19, 2022 — “Don’t TikTok Back to Me
  • February 20, 2022 — “Cybertraps for Educators 3.0
  • February 21, 2022 — “The Cyberethics of Remote Instruction
  • February 21, 2022 — “Does Your Social Media Feed Have Any FERPA Violations?
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  • Anonymous: “Terrifying and informative; thank you! My husband works in IT security and I’ve been teaching long enough to know this is all so important. Thank you!”
  • Anonymous: “Very informative with a lot to consider about how Tik Tok and other social media platforms affect our students. I would also be interested in any resources you have for teaching digital literacy, specifically for middle school students.”
  • Andrew McDermott: “I always appreciate an update on the trends in apps. I wonder how the rise and increase in VPN’s will change the forensic work of authorities in tracking student misbehavior online.”
  • Jane Bulovsky: “Wonderful info as always! So relevant to our challenges today with student technology.”
  • Anonymous: “Thanks for being here this year. I’ve caught your presentations several times at different conferences.”
  • Tammy Morris: “As always, you are SO helpful in bringing cautionary balance in our use of technology! Thank you for sharing your many, many hours upon hours of research with those of us who need to know, but don’t have near the time you have invested to do the research. I believe you have positively impacted the lives and careers of uncountable educators, parents, and children.”
  • Anonymous: “very information and important issues to think/consider in this time of education of remote learning.”
  • Thérèse Ashton: “I am looking to hearing about your Alaska tour. I’d like to bring you to the Interior (Glennallen) so parents, as well as educators, can hear you speak. I would also love to have my students hear from an expert some of the things they can do to protect themselves as they learn and grow in the cyber world.”

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“Don’t TikTok Back to Me”: Teachers Using TikTok

Statistical Information on Child Smartphone and Social Media Use:

Positive Examples of Educator TikTok Use:

Student First Amendment Rights:

Tyler Ray Johnson, Tully High School:

Misuse of Power:

“Cybertraps for Educators 3.0”

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Model Code of Ethics for Educators

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Are There FERPA Violations in Your Social Media Feed?

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Child Online Privacy Protection Act

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