This high tech assignment utilizes hyperdocs, google classroom, and Flipgrid and includes tutorials for all of these technology elements for teachers. This digital resource is meant to be used with students' Google Suite for Education. Students can use this resource independently or collaboratively.
Student resources include links to video, text, a podcast, and primary sources. Students click on the links and answer analysis questions directly on the Google Doc.
This timely lesson revolves around these guiding questions
*What expectations of physical privacy do students have at school?
*What expectations of digital privacy should students have at school?
*Students will discuss ways they think their privacy is violated in their daily lives.
*They will watch a video about the New Jersey v TLO Supreme Court case which deals with the searching of student backpacks/purses at by school administration.
*They will then read a summary of the facts, question, and ruling in the Vernonia School District 47J v Acton Supreme Court case which involves mandatory drug testing for school athletes.
*Students will read an excerpt about the Riley v California case and its implications for student cell phone searches at school.
*Students will watch a news report regarding school monitoring of students’ social media accounts and the possible violation of student privacy that might lead to.
*Students list pros and cons of allowing school administration having access to students’ social media accounts.
*Students participate in a Socratic Seminar around the guiding questions. A peer-grading rubric for students and tutorial video for the teacher is included.
*Students write a paragraph responding to the guiding question of their choice.
*Student record and publish their response using Flipgrid.
When you download this file it will provide you with a PDF that includes a link to the hyperdoc. You will need to make a copy of the doc to add it to your own Google Drive.