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Cyberethics For Educators

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In this course, participants study the risk factors for digital and ethical misconduct both inside and outside the classroom. Participants develop a better understanding of the role that technology plays in creating and heightening ethical dilemmas. The course provides participants with the tools to assess their personal risk for ethical misconduct and best practices for minimizing the likelihood of such misconduct.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Cyberethics and Students

    • Develop possible strategies for avoiding cyberethical misconduct with students.
    • Analyze different types of cyberethical misconduct with students.
    • Assess the factors that contribute to cyberethical misconduct with students.

    Minimizing the Risk of Cyberethical Lapses

    • Summarize the factors that can cause cyberethical misconduct.
    • Discuss motivations and relationships that contribute to risk factors.
    • Enhance strategies to minimize the risk of cyberethical misconduct.

    Review

    • All objectives apply.

    Cyberethics in the Classroom

    • Analyze different types of cyberethical misconduct in the classroom.
    • Assess the factors that contribute to cyberethical misconduct in the classroom.
    • Develop possible strategies for avoiding cyberethical misconduct in the classroom.

    Understanding and Assessing Educator Technology Use

    • Identify leading examples of hardware, software, websites, and apps.
    • Explain the technology that educators and their colleagues use.
    • Evaluate the potential ethical risks of the technology that educators and their colleagues use.

    Cyberethics Outside the Classroom

    • Analyze different types of cyberethical misconduct outside the classroom.
    • Assess the factors that contribute to cyberethical misconduct outside the classroom.
    • Develop possible strategies for avoiding cyberethical misconduct outside the classroom.
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