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Over the years, there has been increased use of technology in the classroom. The advances of technology into the classroom is great, but sometimes, all the different tools can become overwhelming.

To help, the ROE has created a bi-weekly series called #TuesdayTechTip to cover pertinent topics such as Zoom, wifi, social media, security and more.  These videos are designed to help navigate through the technology world and everyday tech issues in a user-friendly way.

Cyber Security

Our schools work continuously to keep their systems access and data secure. There are several laws that districts need to follow in Illinois and Federally. Common ones you may not know the name of but hear about. Find out more with this week’s #TuesdayTechTip

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (“COPPA”)

Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Student Online Personal Protection Act


Seesaw Breach

Last week many of our school districts experienced a coordinated “credential stuffing” attack using the Seesaw platform. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of compromised email accounts, so how does this happen?

#TuesdayTechTip | Updating Passwords




Instagram Safety

Did you know that Instagram is the most used social media platform among students ages 13 and up? 84% of teens in the U.S. use it at least once a month.

Connect Safely | Parent’s Quick-Guide to Instagram

McHenry County Sheriff Instagram Page

#TuesdayTechTip | Keeping Kids Tech Safe


Internet Safety Personal Photos

The school year has started in Kane County and we’re seeing so many great first week photos but be careful of when posting photos. Learn why with this week’s #TuesdayTechTip.

#TuesdayTechTip – Digital Footprint


Safety Post on Twitter

Sending & Receiving Money Online

Today there are several online services available for sending or receiving funds from friends and family. Learn some safety tips when exchanging money online.