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Drawp for School Commits to Protect Student Privacy

Drawp for School is a fantastic workflow and collaboration tool that I’ve highlighted in the past. They’ve recently taken a few actions to show their commitment to protects student privacy.  More teachers, parents, and school administrators are now realizing the importance of protecting student privacy. Last week, Drawp for School signed the Student Privacy Pledge and next month their founder will speak on a student privacy panel at SXSWedu.

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Drawp for School Commits to Protect Student Privacy 1Drawp has received awards for student privacy and is TRUSTE Certified COPPA-compliant app. It uses a teacher verification process and strict privacy policy. If you’re familiar with Drawp for School you know that it brings more power to educators and students with tools to create, share, store and manage assignments – it’s now available for Windows, Mac, iPad, Android, and Chromebook.
How might you use Drawp this school year? Have students talk about their learning, skecth their thinking or work collaboratively. I’m a big believer in placing “tasks before apps” and Drawp helps you make this happen. Students can capture their thinking using drawings, text and their voice too. Have you used it?

Learn more about Drawp and their commitment to student privacy by visiting their website!

Here is another Drawp resource!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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