Privacy pedagogy is “teaching about privacy while also teaching with our privacy principles” (Wharton et al. in Hartman-Caverly & Chisholm, 2023, p. 287).
In this privacy pedagogy workshop, participants will:
This workshop is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Hartman-Caverly, S. (2023). Minding privacy: Privacy pedagogy workshop.
Think about the last time you learned something challenging. What was your learning environment like? How did your learning environment affect your learning?
Apply integrated privacy perspectives, considerations, and principles to critically examine courseware, learning activities, classroom ground rules, and other learning design choices. Draft a syllabus statement to explain privacy considerations to students. Consider offering privacy-friendly accommodations where possible!
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Browse and search these resources to discover privacy concepts in the context of your discipline. How might you integrate disciplinary privacy topics into your curriculum?
• Search or browse your own academic or professional association for privacy-related topics.