Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Shared Responsibility

Teaching safety on the web is a shared responsibility between schools and homes. The web is not exclusive of one specific setting; because it is accessible anywhere it deserves attention from parents and teachers.
To make this a shared duty, it is important to have common visions on the use of the internet; there are opportunities where schools can establish communication with parents to guide them on philosophies and uses of the internet in relationship to education. Outside the classroom, it is parents that need to be vigilant on how children use the web. As I have mentioned in previous blogs; the idea should not be to censor the web or threaten the use of it; but rather to learn to use it responsibly as a tool for learning and contribution to society.

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