Classroom Vision Statement

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Educationworld presented an article entitled Bringing Acceptable-Use Policies into the 21st Century by Kari Rhame Murphy. Murphy stressed the importance of adjusting school handbooks to implement technology guidelines and precautions if students were to begin bringing their own digital devices. She challenged her instructional technology staff to revise the expectations that “reflect what we value about learning, teach our students digital citizenship, and empower our teachers” (Murphy, 2012). Murphy created 5-steps to support district leaders, schools and teachers in creating guidelines for technological use in schools. First, a vision statement should be put into place that follows closely with the school or district vision statement
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