Technology is a critical part of the 21st century classroom and with full adoption of Winnacunnet High School’s 1-to-1 Chromebook Program in grades 9-12, we believe there is great potential for the use of online apps/tools to improve teaching and learning. The ever increasing availability of online teaching and learning resources comes with inherent risks and concerns regarding student data, privacy and student work. Winnacunnet High School has a responsibility to ensure that student’s data and privacy is adequately protected when using any online digital resource for school work.
Student Data Privacy Resources
Student Data Privacy Practice
Winnacunnet High School has uses a thorough vetting process for evaluating new App/Online Tools for potential adoption. Only online apps/tools that are appropriate to meet the instructional goals, and the New Hampshire legal requirements to protect student privacy and data, are approved for use by students.
Winnacunnet High School has adapted the Digital Citizenship Cross-Curricular Framework from Common Sense Education. Topics are integrated into library, health and classroom curricula. Many lessons are presented as direct instruction to students by our building technology integrator. We continue to evaluate and revise our Digital Citizenship curriculum and lessons as new topics or issues arise in the evolving technological landscape.
Below are recommended resources to assist parents with keeping their children safe while online.
Thank you to the Bedford School District for their exemplary work in responding to New Hampshire HB1612. Much of this content is modeled after their exemplar.