Digital Citizenship Network

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The Digital Citizenship Network supports educators in ensuring the appropriate, safe and responsible use of technology. The Digital Citizenship Network offers perspective and structure for learning with technology, providing examples of how educators can use technology appropriately and responsibly to help students become more creative, resourceful and interactive with peers around the world.


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  • This is what we're doing too. The other catch is that teachers can't use the Meet feature built into Calendar. We've already had some issues with outside people coming into rooms during this process because teachers were using Calendar instead of creating ...

  • To make sure students aren't in a Google Meet unsupervised, you can use the nickname of the Meet instead of the URL.  This is what teachers in my district are doing. Go to create your Meet and give it a nickname. Give out this code: g.co/meet/nickname ...

  • This is great, thanks! I'll be adding to this discussion topic on Thursday, 3pm eastern when I interview Steve Garton, Senior Manager, Common Sense Privacy Project. It's part of my podcast, and this will be my first attempt at recording the interview ...

  • If you just have them leave the meeting first (or force them to by removing them) it prevents this issue because they can no longer rejoin. ------------------------------ Jenna Conan Technology Integration Specialist All Saints' Episcopal School --- ...