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Thursday, July 17 • 10:20am - 11:25am
Copyrights? Teaching Copyright and Fair Use to the Google Generation

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This session is designed to clear up copyright confusion and helps teachers understand their responsibilities and rights under copyright law, especially in relationship to the increased use of digital media, mass media and popular culture as tools for building students' critical thinking and communication skills. Learn some helpful ideas and tools to teach students and staff about copyright and fair use.

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Kristin Hokanson

Professional Development Specialist, theconnectedclassroom.org
Kristin Hokanson spent 20 years in public education as an elementary teacher and HS technology integration specialist through Pennsylvania's Classrooms for the Future Initiative. She holds a BS in Education from University of Delaware and M.Ed from Cabrini College, a certificate as... Read More →

Teryl Magee

Educational Consultant
Teryl Magee spent over a decade in public education as an elementary teacher, mentor teacher, and instructional coach with Knox County Schools. She holds a BS and M. Ed in from The University of Tennessee. As an education consultant she has worked with students and teachers across... Read More →

Thursday July 17, 2014 10:20am - 11:25am EDT
Arlington - 2nd Floor
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