Legal implications and boundaries

This discussion mostly focuses on the results of the surveys conducted by the secondary school teachers. The results raised questions as to whether students understood the terminology used in the survey but also how honest the students were in their responses. Both the primary and secondary school teachers discuss issues around student access to technology and whose responsibility is it to govern how technology may be used outside of school hours.

  • What are some behaviours that students might identify as ‘negative’ especially in an online environment?
  • Is it actually an issue that students are engaging with digital technology for long periods of time, for purposes other than education? Why?
  • What are some ways schools and parents can work together to both monitor and inform students about appropriate digital technology use?
  • What are some behaviours or technology use that we see as ‘appropriate’? Why?

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