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Nicol R. Howard, PhD 1m
U.S. Department of Education Releases Study and Accompanying Toolkit on Ed Tech for English Learners
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Ettie Delavak 2h
An awesome idea for getting the entire family and community involved!
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Susan M. Bearden 1h
Q5: Is best taught as a standalone topic/subject or integrated into other teaching & learning? Why?
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Tim Hebda 2h
A2 We need to become advocates for our Ss. We can share what we know with adm, provide resources for Ps, facilitate learning opportunities for Ss, and most importantly bring the whole community together for discussion/
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Shannon Hoff 2h
A2: With my Digital Learning Coach position, I ask to come into classes and teach digital citizenship and Ts are VERY receptive and engage with their Ss while I am teaching. I also did a Parent presentation these past two weeks on
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Nathan Stevens 2h
Replying to @s_bearden @mrterborg
Compared to who? Have you seen the things I post
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Tim Hebda 1h
A4 There must be a seamless K-12 curric that guides Ss towards . Ss learn how to be kind & respectful in early grades. Using analog experiences, edus can transfer those lessons to incl all arenas, digital too. Older Ss build on lessons as they take on more ind.
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Ettie Delavak 2h
A2. We have to allow Admin, Teachers and parents to become involved! As a young teacher, I know that students want to teach us how to use technology and the digital world. Examples always help, but lets get them engaged!
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George Sorrells, CETL 2h
George Sorrells IT Director for Winneconne Schools, WInneconne, WI
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Jeremy Bond 15m
Exactly. And if we're also on the subject of voting: Denying that right is denying basic citizenship.
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NiYa Costley 2h
greetings and salutations MD here
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Eileen Belastock, CETL 2h
Late to the chat... but ready to learn from all you !
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Jeremy Bond 2h
Replying to @mrterborg @Hypepraise
I always ask since I lived there 8+ years (in MoCo).
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Kirsten Thompson 2h
A3. Identify it as a priority first and foremost. Our province has a great curricular document "Literacy w/ ICT" which address all of this. Pre-service teachers work with this document to help ensure we can implement it in our own practice & for students
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Alex Kluge 2h
Replying to @JeremyDBond @jgmac1106
It is a combination of both. Remember that his entire life experience has involved privately owned companies where the sole criteria of success is the execution of the CEO's will.
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A3: I think it’s important to establish best practice and we need to do it better ourselves in order for others to follow our lead. EDCO’s ITS does a great job of sharing ideas periodically with our teachers in little snippets
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Eileen Belastock, CETL 2h
Teacher programs have not caught up with technology in classrooms.. That needs to be changed! Thanks for highlighting that point...
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Jake Miller Oct 17
Students don't read the comments you make on their docs? Record it as a video!
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Teresa Engler 2h
A3 because I am the tech coach I am constantly teaching the students and the teachers.. together in class.. digital citizenship skills I also try to incorporate a quick tip in our monthly faculty meetings and during lunch and learns.
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Susan M. Bearden 2h
Q1: What are your best Digital Citizenship () resources/sites for Teachers, Students and Parents?
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