One of my favorite t-shirt saying is "I need minions." While I don't have minions, I do have some very smart and thoughtful Blue Skunk readers who leave great comments. Since I am at AASL this week and may not have a lot of time to get much original writing done, I'm sharing a couple guest posts.
This email came last week. I always love it when some takes something I've done - and done it better!
I heard you speak at our State Library Conference many moons ago (I honestly don't remember the year...) Anyway, at the time you shared case studies involving ethical dilemmas re: the use of technology. I have adapted and used those case studies for years now (with great success). In fact, am presenting a (short) round table on them this November 2013 at the MI Assoc of Media in Education (MAME) Conference in Kalamazoo.
Thank you for YOUR case studies, providing the impetus to get me started on this, and most of all for the 'germ' of the idea.
I've attached what I am presenting at the Round Table.
I hope you approve of my Paying It Forward Professionally.
Martha J. Spear firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Media Specialist
Berkley High School
This shared GoogleDocs folder containing Martha's materials (The folder includes an extensive list of scenarios, benchmarks for state and national standards, a worksheet/activity guide (below), and Martha's presentation outline and notes Be sure to read each of them.) Thank you for sharing and paying it forward.- Doug)
1 group; answer questions 16 …
2 groups; answer questions 79 …
4 groups; answer questions 1013
Technology Ethics Case Studies Work Sheet
ROUND 2 (2 groups join and share their Case Studies)
ROUND 3 (2 groups join another 2 groups and share their Case Studies)