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Should I Share? Poster
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Whether or not you use mobile devices for learning in your classroom, this poster is a must for every school. Readers follow a simple flowchart to determine whether or not to share a photo of a friend online.
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- Excellent reflective questions for both adults and kids to ask themselves
- Applies to anything posted online, not just photos
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