Doug Johnson shares twelve ways to teach and promote ethical Internet use proactively. Johnson's post emphasizes the continuity between learning in school and ethical behaviour in the student's private practice. He stresses that internet use in school needs to be authentic. By that I mean it needs to reflect the exposure and access students have in their private lives. There should be no artificial dichotomy between school and the “real World.” Learning such as this must always be positioned in the real world. I posted about Doug Johnson's ideas on edustange.