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On Demand CPD

"I can't get in trouble for one little e-mail, can I?" - What School Psychologists Need to Know about Law and Electronic Communication


NASP Practice Model Domain 10
Credit(s): 1 Documented NASP- and APA-approved CPD Credits/Hours
Duration: 1 hour
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    Meets Ethics/Legal Regulation and School Psychology CPD Requirement for NCSPs: E-mail, text messages, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote and other forms of electronic communication make it easier for educators to communicate with their colleagues and with students and parents. However, significant legal issues arise when educators use these forms of communication as some schools have discovered too late. In this session, school attorney Karen Haase reviews recent legal decisions involving electronic communication and will provide practice suggestions on how to avoid legal problems while still using these technologies.


    Learning objectives:

    At the conclusion of this session, participants will:


    1) know when they must retain electronic communication as a part of the educational record


    2) be more cautious in the sentiments they express when communicating electronically


    3) Be confident that electronic communication is a valuable way to work with peers, students, and parents, so long as the technology is managed properly.

    1 Documented NASP- and APA-approved CPD Credits/Hours   This session offers NASP-approved CPD.
    NASP maintains responsibility for the program.

    Karen Haase, J.D.

    Karen Haase is a shareholder in the Lincoln law firm of Harding & Schultz practicing exclusively in the area of education law. The firm represents approximately 150 public school districts and other educational institutions regarding special education, student discipline, federal and state court litigation, labor relations, and employment matters.

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    Very informative and straight forward! - Alicia (Gainesville, FL)
     
     
     
     
     
    Very knowledgeable and practical. Thanks for many ways to prevent trouble, and to protect ourselves and our school districts. - James (Des Moines, IA)
     
     
     
     
     
    very relevant and useful these days. - Linda (Huntingtown, MD)
     
     
     
     
     
    The case examples were very helpful. I also appreciate the recommendation regarding following up about email retention policies. - Dawn (Gaithersburg, MD)
     
     
     
     
     
    VERY Informative, however a bit scary with my new understanding about some of the standards that can apply. - Cary (Denver, CO)
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