What will you find here?

More and more media-rich applications are available over the internet.  The tools linked to the left have been reviewed by EPS staff and some have been reviewed by our District FOIP Coordinator.  If you're looking for tools to use in your classrrom that don't require installing anything, start with this list.  If you've got a great tool to add, create a page and be sure to describe it and how you use it in your classroom.

Social Networking and Privacy

With the surging popularity of social networking websites, more students and young people are creating online profiles to share information about themselves. While this has created opportunities for personal expression, collaboration and the development of communities, social networking sites have also created many privacy concerns. The Privacy Commissioner of Canada has produced a short video explaining the problems associated with putting personal information on social network sites.  (Also see info sheet on Social Networking and Privacy).