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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

Publishing Student Work
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This page will give you suggested guidelines for publishing information created by students as well as photographs of students. Publishing guidelines are local decisions that your school corporation should make. One suggestion for doing this is creating a committee made up of parents, teachers, and administrators that will study, create, and propose the school policy for publishing information on the Internet.

Publishing Student Work

View and/or print this suggested form to use for acquiring student and parent permission to publish:
Permission Form

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Permission Form

Download this file or print this webpage to keep as a reference tool that you can use for suggested guidelines to use on publishing material:

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Article on Publishing Student Work

Suggested Guidelines to Use

  • Never use student's last names with their posted project.
  • Contact person for projects should be the instructor, not the student.
  • Do not post identifying material on the Internet such as personal phone numbers, home addresses, and individual pictures with the student's first and last names.
  • Tips for using student photographs include
    • Posting class pictures are fine as long as the picture doesn't explain which individuals are standing where in the picture.
    • Class pictures should include at least three or more students if you are including their first names.
    • If individual pictures are posted of students, do not include their names.
  • Avoid publishing personal web pages for students
    If you let one student post their personal web page, you need to post all students' personal web pages. If students want to create a web page, have them make one that is integrating the classroom curriculum with the Internet. Links that students post on personal web pages may not be appropriate for a school web site.

Explain the permission form for publishing student work on the Internet during Open House, Parent-Teacher conference, or when they register for school. Share with the parents the safety steps that you'll be taking to ensure their child's privacy.

 

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