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Be KindWriting text on the phone, in e-mail, on webpages doesn't carry forth the intonation of your voice, the smile on your face, the gesture with your hands. Choose words carefully so that their intent is what you wish. This is one of the most important rules that we follow with students and also for adults. Be overly positive and overly friendly whenever using just text. Be kind.
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Be SafeBe safe when using your education account, or when conducting your professional or personal internet work. Never give out your personal information: name, age, location, pasword. Always be aware of those trying to phish for your information. Look on the district website for Internet safety guidelines and videos, including one for phishing by trolls looking for your information. Remember when using district devices always use your most professional stance.
http://www.scribd.com/full/20927598?access_key=key-1yrmc2f11mv9etafclv3

http://www.nsdeagles.org/home/technology-information/net-safety

http://www.nsdeagles.org/netiquette

Be safe.
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Be RespectfulBe respectful and remember to use courtesy and manners. Take time to word your response. Consider every interaction one that requires your professionalism. Be kind, be respectful, and be safe: these three work together while you conduct your online interactions. Your digital footprint is one for which our school is represented in a positive manner. Every comment, tweet, post, e-mail, website is a digital footprint, a path back to you; prepare your path wisely. Only work on your work, or others work with permission. If someone forgot to log out, log them out immediately and let the teacher know.

http://www.nsdeagles.org/home/technology-information/net-safety/simply-said

http://www.commoncraft.com/video/protecting-reputations-online
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Be ProductiveGather and connect your data in relevant ways. Communicate clearly and intelligently. Technology works for you-- connecting your ideas, your work, your peers, your life. Discover the tech tools that work for you, your work, your students, your community, and share them with others.
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Linkshttp://www.scribd.com/full/20927598?access_key=key-1yrmc2f11mv9etafclv3http://www.nsdeagles.org/home/technology-information/net-safety
http://www.nsdeagles.org/netiquette

http://www.nsdeagles.org/home/technology-information/net-safety/simply-said

http://www.commoncraft.com/video/protecting-reputations-online
http://nsd21.blogspot.com
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