Building Trusted Learning Environments (TLE) to Help Ensure the Privacy of Student Data


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DESCRIPTION:

With increasing concerns about data privacy, school districts are under intense scrutiny to find better ways to build trust with their communities and stakeholders. School districts are expected to keep student and employee data private and secure. This micro course contains five individual nano learning courses that each provide insight into the transformative systems and processes a school district can put into place using available resources such as the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) framework.

Participants will be able to:

·         Recognize student data privacy risks in K-12 school systems.

·         Recognize how the TLE Seal criteria was developed and what is required to receive this mark of distinction.

·         Identify the components of the TLE Framework and the five TLE core practice areas.

·         Identify the components of the TLE Core Practice Areas.

·         Identify the benefits of using the TLE self-assessment instrument to mitigate cybersecurity risks and establish an action plan for improvement.

PRESENTER:



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CREDITS:

For each nano learning course completed, participants will earn 0.2 CPE credits and receive a certificate of completion. *Participants are not required to complete this micro course to earn CPE credits.  Upon successful completion of each nano learning course, learners will earn credits in Information Technology.

Participants earn one SFO credit upon successful completion of all five nano learning courses and the micro course evaluation.

ASBO Nano Learning is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.  State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

PREREQUISITE(S):

None (all nano learning courses in this micro course) *However, it is highly recommended that you take the courses in the order in which they are listed. 

FIELD(S) OF STUDY:

Information Technology (all nano learning courses in this micro course)

SFO DOMAIN(S):

Management of Information Systems (all nano learning courses in this micro course)

ADVANCED PREPARATION:

None (all nano learning courses in this micro course)

PROGRAM LEVEL:

Basic (all nano learning courses in this micro course)

DELIVERY METHOD:

Nano Learning

EXPIRATION:

Participants will have 90 days to complete the nano learning courses contained in this micro course which begins from the date of purchase.

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NANO LEARNING COURSES INCLUDED IN THIS MICRO COURSE:

Nano Learning Course 1:
Risk Management: Ensuring Student Data Privacy and Cybersecurity

Description:

This nano learning course reviews common cybersecurity threats to school districts. The presenter will demonstrate how to use the K-12 Cyber Incident Map and review the top five cybersecurity threats for schools with a more in-depth look into phishing scams. This nano learning course is worth 0.2 CPE Credits in Information Technology. 

Learning Objective:

Participants will be able to:

Recognize student data privacy risks in K-12 school systems.

 

Nano Learning Course 2:
Ensuring Stakeholders that Your School Systems are Trusted and Protected

Description:

This nano learning course reviews the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Mark of Distinction. The presenter provides an overview of how the TLE Seal was developed and demonstrates how one of the most-recent TLE Seal recipients, Leander ISD, received this mark of distinction for their school district. This nano learning course is worth 0.2 CPE Credits in Information Technology. 

Learning Objective:

Participants will be able to:

Recognize how the TLE Seal criteria was developed and what is required to receive this mark of distinction.

 

Nano Learning Course 3:
Understanding the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Framework

Description:

This nano learning course provides an overview of the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Framework and introduces the five TLE Core Practice Areas.  The presenter demonstrates how school districts can align their processes and procedures with the TLE Core Practice Areas. This nano learning course is worth 0.2 CPE Credits in Information Technology. 

Learning Objective:

Participants will be able to:

Identify the components of the TLE Framework and the five TLE core practice areas.

 

Nano Learning Course 4:
Developing Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Practices

Description:

This nano learning course reviews the components of each of the five TLE Core Practice Areas including Leadership Practice, Classroom Practice, Data Security Practice, Business Practice, and Professional Development Practice. The presenter then takes a more in-depth look at how a district can break down the requirements of the Business Systems TLE Seal Practice Area by taking a closer look into the development of one if it’s four requirements, the process for vetting online services for data privacy and security. This nano learning course is worth 0.2 CPE Credits in Information Technology. 

Learning Objective:

Participants will be able to:

Identify the components of the TLE Core Practice Areas.

 

Nano Learning Course 5:
Conducting a Self-Assessment and Applying for the TLE Mark of Distinction

Description:

This nano learning course reviews how a school district can conduct a self-assessment to identify areas of strength and weaknesses in their current cybersecurity processes and controls. The presenter walks through the application process and reviews a sample of improvement initiatives in TLE Action Plans. This nano learning course is worth 0.2 CPE Credits in Information Technology. 

Learning Objective:

Participants will be able to:

Identify the benefits of using the TLE self-assessment instrument to mitigate cybersecurity risks and establish an action plan for improvement.