Javier Ramos Sancha (@javiramossancha) is an English Primary teacher and Infant School Teacher. He also works as a teacher trainer face-to-face and online. He is a firmly defense of active methodological methods in the class. His personal blog is SGAguilar Javier Ramos. His main aim is to improve the education in order to offer the best we can to our students.
#AUP_INTEF - Creating an Acceptable Use Policy form for your school.
The Acceptable Use Policy is a document to establish how computer and network resources have to be used creating in that way a safe and secure environment. A document, that now a days becomes essential in our school because of the current use of ICT we are having at school and in our subjects.
As teachers, we always try to create safe places without any dangers to our students. So in a digital area it becomes a must to create safe places into the “digital world” our students are living in.
The NOOC “Creating an Acceptable Use Policy Form” will help you to design this document for your school and show how you can use it. Would you like to join us?
At the end of the activities, you will be able to gain a digital badge stored in the INTEF Open Badge Backpack that is awarded as recognition for the learning throughout the NOOC. The estimated workload is only indicative, training hours not being certified. It is expected that the main motivation for participation in the NOOC is personal learning, professional development and collaboration with other teachers.
At the end of the NOOC you will create an Acceptable Use Policy for your subject or your school and you will know how to use it in with your School Community.
Digital Competence for teachers
This NOOC will help you achieve level C1 of competence 4.2. "Protecting personal data and digital identity", from Area 4: “Safety” as well as level B1 of competence 2.5. “Netiquette” from Area 2: “Communication and collaboration”, of the Digital Competence Framework for Teachers.
NOOC Author and facilitator
This NOOC is aimed at working teachers, perspective teachers, and teacher trainers who want to learn to integrate technology effectively, make learning meaningful for students (specifically children, adolescents and teens), and take ownership of their own professional development. This course is also open to anyone interested in this topic.
To participate in this NOOC it is only necessary to have an Internet connection that allows you to watch videos, since much of the content that we offer is in this format. Some skill in using digital environments is necessary in order to conduct activities that facilitate reflection, debate and peer collaboration.
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