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Re: Re: Block scheduling

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Steven Tseng (stseng)
Wed, 16 Apr 1997 14:11:15 -0400 (EDT)


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On Tue, 15 Apr 1997, David Larsen wrote:

> > Dear Artsedneters?
> >
> > Have any of you heard of concerns or limitations with your art students
> > sending email from school as part of class work? I am asking because
> > I have developed an online art education game for middle school
> > students which uses email. Will I have problems with the kids or
> > with the schools?
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Kara English
>
> Kara,
>
> By the time I have my students use e-mail from the classroom they have
> signed an AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) and clearly understand the
> consequences of not abiding by this policy. I have had very few
> problems after the limits have been clearly set. You should check with
> your district office or support staff to see if anything is already in
> place in your district. The potential problems are real, but typically
> it only takes one person abusing it, (and receiving the consequences you
> have laid out), before everyone abides by the ground rules you have
> set. I suppose it is like any other issue that arises in your
> classroom. Have fun with your project!
>
> David Larsen
> Valentine Elementary School
>