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Brooke Dodson Sep 18
I’m so of my ! They did a great job at the Summit with ! They were even encouraged to apply to attend/present at ! I know they are doing great things, but it’s so nice to hear it from others from outside of !
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 19
Worth reading. "‘Do you have white teenage sons? Listen up.’ How white supremacists are recruiting boys online."
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Andi McNair Sep 17
Today’s learners have access to the world. We can choose to provide opportunities to help them learn from and understand that access or watch them destroy themselves and others on social media because we choose to pretend it doesn’t exist.
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Laurel Kirchhoff 2h
A little Sunday reading while waiting for soccer! ❤️⚽️
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL Sep 16
What parents need to teach kids about deepfake videos
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 18
"Online Dating in a World of Deepfakes"
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Julie Szaj Sep 21
A3: Sticky wicket for sure! There are plagiarism tools that educators can use. I think it all begins w/ teaching copyright & skills before you do anything online. Teach kids how to site sources & that it's okay to use other's content as long as you give credit
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William Jenkins Sep 14
“You and your fucking referendum” George Osborne about David Cameron's vote in today's Guardian. Wonder what Modern Studies teachers do when recommending that kids research news items?
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Common Sense Education Sep 19
"Confirmation bias" is our brain's tendency to seek out info that confirms things we already think we know. Help your 10th grade Ss learn to recognize this when they encounter news online.
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 21
Here's an idea for your next student art/media project.
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William Jenkins 3h
Replying to @Elisasspot @Snowden
The extract on page 96 is - IMHO - extremely relevant to our young people today... What happens if you disagree w your younger self? We need to be factoring this into in edu... We need to make allowances for mistakes made by kids online too
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digcitmom 5h
Parenting: Good Words/Bad Words It’s hard work monitoring content, so instead focus on teaching your kids the skills on what to do when they come across content that is questionable...
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Sue Thotz Sep 20
week activities are up! Who is planning something fun for Oct? ⁩ ⁦ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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gladiator_in_a_suit_ Sep 19
It's so awesome when they become digital citizens from the beginning.
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 19
"BBC News - BBC launches 'digital wellbeing' Own It app for children"
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Geri Pattie Sep 17
Starting the year off by learning about our ‘Technology Tail’
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Suzy Park 22h
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Brooke Wolf Sep 20
Happy to continue being an ambassador. boot camp coming soon
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Suzanne Sallee Sep 20
Loving this bulletin board from one of our schools! Prepping for digital citizenship week.
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Tara Helms Sep 19
🎉Absolutely thrilled to get this recognition today! Excited to share the importance of across !
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