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As many as 60% of parents are considering at-home education for P-12 children in the Fall of 2020. No matter how many families make that choice, many or most will be using computers at home. These may be computers shared with other family members or computers dedicated to home learning. Either way, the home computer environment is likely to be different from the one at school:
Here is a list of some steps families can take to help with the security and safety of computer use at home. This is not an exhaustive list but rather an essential starting point. This list is useful even if families do not choose homeschooling or virtual schooling. (Virtual schooling is a situation where a traditional teacher online as opposed to a homeschool environment independent of a traditional school or district teaches the student). Some schools may issue computers or tablets to families, but most of these steps also apply to those devices. In some cases, the local school district will also have policies. It is good to check.
These are a few of the critical steps families can take before school at home this fall. For those unfamiliar with any of these steps, please ask someone for assistance.
UPDATE: as I prepared to upload this to Learning Tree’s blog site, my good friend and colleague Dr. Bob Cromwell added a page to his site with some important cybersecurity recommendations. Many of his comments expand on the recommendations here. There are far more suggestions that I could make in a blog post. Please consider his steps for improving your internet security.