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John Wells Aug 14
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Digital Citizenship Aug 16
Interested in & ? 🤔 Add YOUR voice to : A Summit on Ethical Tech in NYC! A global 🌎 gathering of 200 org leaders, edu, advocates, industry, students. Melting pot co-creating a more thoughtful future 👉interest
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Amber Heffner Aug 18
Excited to talk & Aug. 30 8 pm CST w/ from ! In the meantime, I'm collecting resources for collaboration. What do YOU use to help support ?
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Common Sense Ed Aug 17
New and revised lessons for grades 3-5, based on our original K–12 Curriculum, take on timely topics for school communities, support Ts w/improved classroom tools, and prepare Ss to take ownership of their digital lives. Check 'em out!
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Courtney Prine Aug 13
With my new kindergarten team learning
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Google For Education Aug 17
Your students know to use numbers and symbols to beef up their passwords. 💪 But have they tried using a passphrase? Do this activity with your class to take to the next level.
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Kelly Mendoza Aug 17
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Kristen Mattson, EdD Aug 17
The next ISTE U session of “Digital Citizenship in Action” kicks off on Monday. I’d love to have you join me for this exciting, asynchronous, course. Please share with your PLN!
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Pear Deck Aug 16
Are you teaching this year? We've got you covered with 19 interactive, ready-to-teach Pear Decks lessons featuring 's curriculum! Add them all to your Drive now!
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Sue Thotz Aug 17
Looking forward to hosting this chat on ! Fun fact: I’ll be in Illinois for this one.
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Zach Ripley 10h
for : This one is a fake-news finding game that gives a bit of reflection on strategies for identifying credible sources. Worth considering with students this fall!
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Merve Lapus💬 Aug 15
It’s Launch 🚀 Day! Ready for the first round of new curriculum? 3rd-5th grade just released . . Be safe and do AMAZING.
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Common Sense Ed Aug 15
Helping kids understand their responsibilities to others can help them unlock new ways to learn and connect w/their communities. Click for a free lesson plan on the Rings of Responsibility:
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The Upstander Brand Aug 18
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Stephanie Dannehl 10h
This afternoon the 8th graders discussed digital media and the impact it has on their lives with Mr. Ford and Mr. Chesterman.
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Kristen Mattson, EdD Aug 17
Educators are raving about the new ISTE U course “Digital Citizenship in Action”! Our next cohort kicks off on Monday. I’d love for you to join! Learn more:
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Stephanie Dannehl 9h
This afternoon Karen Haase discussed digital citizenship and how to be safe online with the 3-6th graders.
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Karen Haase Aug 16
I just love having the chance to see my peeps - great day of talking about ! Parents don’t miss your session at 6:30 tonight!
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Karen Haase Aug 15
Thanks for having me out to your computer checkout tonight to talk !
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Digital Citizenship Symposium: World Tour Aug 15
Teaching is all about helping kids think beyond themselves & recognize the ripple effects of their actions. Check out 's new lessons for grade 3-5.
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