Privacy…

After last weeks discussion regarding privacy I began to wonder just how “open” my life was to outside visitors. I have three email accounts that I use and one primary SNS (Facebook). I am curious as to how this can equate to breaches in my privacy. I rarely use Twitter and have had a Myspace account previously. I am sure my internet life and history could be tracked pretty easily through following my sign in names and email addresses that I have. I always attempt to tweak my security settings to allow people I know and accept to see portions of my information and profile but keep it hidden from outside observers.

Privacy and cyber security is something which really is in the media a great deal. The worrying aspects of this are that concerns are being raised in these areas. The positive side of this issue is that there is a level of increased awareness which people can use. I am actually going to spend some time this week looking into my personal internet securityand privacy and see if there are things which can be enhanced. I am sure there are many thing which can be done in order to keep my information safe.

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About Philip Liversedge

Hello! I am Phil Liversedge and I live in Lock Haven, PA. My email address is pliverse@lhup.edu. I have never had a job within the teaching profession. I completed my student teaching in May 2009 and I have decided to jump straight into my Masters at the earliest opportunity. My undergrad was in Health & Physical Education from LHU. During my student teaching I was responsible for both K-6 HPED and 9-12 HPED. I am currently the Men’s Graduate Assistant Coach here at “The Haven”. My expectations for the course are that is allows me to progress as a novice educator and allows me to develop my skills further. I personally expect to gain more knowledge and complete my work with due diligence. I hope the course has some possibilities of creative freedom and allows individuals to complete different variations of assignments to allow freedom of learning. My philosophy as a learner is that my effort combined with high quality instruction is a great combination for my continued success in education. My teaching philosophy is that a motivated educator is an infectious character who entices their student to learn above and beyond their expected level. My unique characteristic is that I am originally from Darlington, England and moved to the USA (Texas) in 2004 to play “soccer” and continue my education.