Difference between revisions of "Do we need parental permission for children to post things on the internet?"

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|Question=Do we need parental permission for children to post things on the internet?
 
|Question=Do we need parental permission for children to post things on the internet?
|theanswer=There is no one answer to this question, and it depends on your situation.  If you are a teacher, it is possible that your school has a policy about this, in which case you should follow it.  If not, then it is a good idea to talk to parents about this issue and to develop a solution that works for your situation.
 
 
|Document=Applying Creative Commons licenses to your educational resources, Publishing Your Open Educational Resources on the Internet
 
|Document=Applying Creative Commons licenses to your educational resources, Publishing Your Open Educational Resources on the Internet
 
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|theanswer=There is no one answer to this question, and it depends on your situation.  If you are a teacher, it is possible that your school has a policy about this, in which case you should follow it.  If not, then it is a good idea to talk to parents about this issue and to develop a solution that works for your situation.
 
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There is no one answer to this question, and it depends on your situation.  If you are a teacher, it is possible that your school has a policy about this, in which case you should follow it.  If not, then it is a good idea to talk to parents about this issue and to develop a solution that works for your situation.

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There is no one answer to this question, and it depends on your situation. If you are a teacher, it is possible that your school has a policy about this, in which case you should follow it. If not, then it is a good idea to talk to parents about this issue and to develop a solution that works for your situation.