Code of Conduct and Terms of Participation
Talk Money with Ecstra Foundation’s Code of Conduct and Terms of Participation outline the rights and responsibilities of schools, staff and students participating in the Talk Money program in classrooms or virtually/remotely to ensure safe, secure and quality of access for all participants. By hosting the Talk Money program at your school you agree to the requirements and expectations set out in this document.
For teachers and school staff
The Talk Money program requires that a teacher or other appropriate staff member be in attendance for all workshops. The workshops will not proceed if a staff member is not present.
By hosting the Talk Money program at your school you are confirming that all participants are currently enrolled as primary or secondary students at your school in Australia.
All students participating in the workshops are expected to comply with this Code of Conduct and the Terms of Participation. Prior to the commencement of the workshops you will share and/or explain the following requirements with your students and how these align with your classroom behaviour expectations and existing school rules.
- The facilitators are there to ensure everyone has a positive and safe experience and students are expected to follow all instructions that the Talk Money facilitator provides.
- The teacher or staff member in attendance will be actively engaged in the workshop, including monitoring chat channels, the participation and the behaviour of students.
- If students observe any inappropriate behaviour or material they should highlight this to the teacher or the facilitator as soon as possible.
- Students should be made aware that all chat history is kept for two years after completion of a virtual workshop. These records can be provided to school staff and authorities when requested.
- Students who breach the Code of Conduct and Terms of Participation may be asked to leave or be removed from the workshop by the teacher or staff member.
If a teacher or staff member believes that a student may have breached the Code of Conduct or Terms of Participations should address this immediately in the workshop, in addition to any action required as set out in your school’s rules.
Terms of Participation for schools, teachers, staff members and students
By participating in the classroom or virtual Talk Money Workshops, you agree that you will comply with both the Code of Conduct and these Terms of Participation, and will not:
- Use any content or imagery from the workshop to create, upload, transmit, distribute, or store anything that is inaccurate, unlawful, infringing, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, invasive of privacy or publicity rights, harassing, threatening, abusive, inflammatory, or otherwise objectionable;
- Record, share or send any content from the Talk Money workshops including audio, visual, chat logs or user-generated content;
- Impersonate any person or content, falsely claim a connection with any person or entity, or access the accounts of others without permission, forge another person’s digital signature, misrepresent the source material, identity, or content of information transmitted via the service, or perform any other similar fraudulent activity;
- Make unsolicited offers, advertisements, proposals, or send junk mail or spam to users, including, without limitation, unsolicited advertising, promotional materials, or other solicitation material, bulk mailing of commercial advertising, chain mail, informational announcements, charity requests, petitions or requests for signatures, or any of the preceding things related to promotional giveaways (such as raffles and contests), and other similar activities;
- Collect, harvest or share the email addresses or other contact information of other participants.