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Gail Desler Jan 16
"...this is less about completing lessons and scoring well on assessments and more about developing habits of mind and behaviors" - Digital Citizenship: From Compliance to Culture -- THE Journal
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AISD Tech Design 1h
Our first cohort of adult learners, beginning the journey of learning about Finding Media Balance. Tonight, we are watching the film 'Screenagers' and will then begin our 3-week online learning together. Thank you to for kicking this off!
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Digital Access Pass 15h
Why our screens make us less happy explains
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Kellie Lahey Jan 14
A2: Since I am a Tech Coach, I have been able to share resources out- some Ts may think it's just one more thing on their shoulders, so I coteach to get the message out- showed activities sts can do independently during small group time.
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Dr. Alec Couros 3h
"17 year olds dial a rotary phone"
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Nancy Watson Jan 14
Aww, thanks for pointing them to my site! Looping in here, but my main suggestion is: put the kids to work on developing a plan. Give them a voice!
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Tim O'Leary Jan 16
. launches Digital Citizenship curriculum for 6-8th gr. to complement the 3-5 curriculum launched in 2018. Check it out. Lots of great ideas to empower proactive and ongoing conversations in your school on these complex topics.
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Rob Flynn 8h
Dr. Joel Penney from presenting “New Research in Social Media” to over 80 educators and parents. Amazing insights today at our conference!
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ISTE Digital Citizen Jan 15
Question 2 of our slow chat contributed by asks about students as co-designers in your plan! Tell us using
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Eduscape Jan 15
We're so excited to bring these lessons, and more, to light during our SoCal Symposium Feb. 9 in San Juan Capistrano! We would love to see you there! :) Should be a great day of learning, collaborating, and (Most Importantly)
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Common Sense Ed Jan 16
Online tools empower kids; but also come w/big responsibilities. Do kids know what to do when they encounter ? Show your Ss appropriate ways to take action + resolve conflicts; from being upstanders to helping others in need.
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Theresa Christensen Jan 14
I'd agree with Nancy - Put the kids at the forefront and get them to create presentations, videos, social media events that model appropriate use of . Along with Nancy's site, check out 's
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Kelly Mendoza Jan 14
Here's 's new 7th grade lesson, The Four Factors of Fair Use. Thanks for your great feedback on this lesson!
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William Jenkins Jan 8
"Nobody mistakes virtual life for real life, even though it has an emotional reality to many.... Impulsive acts in real life can have more permanent consequences than even the most drastic acts in cyberspace" Cc
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Erin Wyatt Jan 14
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Common Sense Ed Jan 16
Sometimes it's hard to stop using media. But is it actually designed to get you hooked? Have your Ss think about the ways media does -- and does not -- help us find healthy balance.
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Mickie Mueller 11h
Looking for new resources? Check out Digital Futures Initiative
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Gail Desler Jan 15
Yes, putting "kids at the forefront" annually in the planning & implementing a school wide plan can make a difference. Students teaching students is always a powerful model.
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Carrie Lowery Jan 14
Check out the resources found on the page.
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Karyn (GKTechies) 10h
This slide in my upper grade presentation is thanks to an idea from . Working together to help educate students!
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