Earlier this month, I was invited to discuss student privacy and publishing student work on the web with students in a graduate course at CSU Channel Islands. The course is ‘Advanced Teaching with Technology’ and is taught by Michelle Pacansky-Brock.
The students are all practicing K12 teachers in California, and they came ready with questions and perspectives.
This was the first time I had ever used VoiceThread to collaborate, and I enjoyed the experience. One thing that the students in the course may not know, is that VoiceThread allowed me to delete and re-record a few of my answers after I listened back to them, and nobody was none-the-wiser. I appreciated this 🙂
The students all graciously allowed me to share the interview here, in hopes that others may find it useful. You’ll find the full VoiceThread embedded at the bottom of this post below.
The laws, local rules, and practice of student privacy, especially when it comes to publishing on the web, can be confusing.
Here are some resources that may be helpful:
- Public vs. Private – Should Student Work Be Published On The Web?
- Ferpa Sherpa’s Guide To Student Privacy
A link to the public VoiceThread interview is here, and I’ve embedded it directly below.
Thanks again to the students for having me!