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Are teachers' blogs and their private lives any of our business?


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Rosebud624 April 12, 2012

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Well wouldn't you want to know if your child's teacher had any kind of problems that could interfere with your child's educational development?


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iamdsk April 4, 2012

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If you post to the internet or live in a town that has online files you have no private life at all. If you are posting under your own name and not using an alias you are in the public domain and can have anything reposted on the internet.


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medea1010 March 26, 2012

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Blogs? Yes. Private lives? No. If a teacher publishes a blog about their private life? Yes. The internet is cloud based, thereby blurring the lines of public vs private. Anyone who publishes blogs about themselves has entered d into an open source


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CougarLover March 1, 2012

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Some people put the homework assignments on their blogs. So yes.


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wildcatz February 19, 2012

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No. They are adults they make their own desicions. So what they do with their life is no ones buisness unless they share it;)


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dpratser January 30, 2012

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A blog by nature is public territory. If you don't want something to be public knowledge, don't post it on the internet.


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123sunny456 January 28, 2012

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they make it our business when they start blogging about it.


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dalyanne January 26, 2012

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Privacy stops when you BLOG. If you want to keep things private - then write in a diary and not on the Internet expecting some kind of privacy.


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moonweyes January 25, 2012

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In the 70's, I knew a gay teacher who taught at a prestigious public HS in NYC. i think if blogging had been around some homophobic admin or parent would have ruined his career. It shouldn't be our business but someone will make it their business.


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imissbill January 6, 2012

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to be honest no. what if they were to blog about their love life and a s student of theirs were to see it? think of how that could affect the student and/or the teacher.




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