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How to Grow Global Digital Citizens

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With the rise of online games, web-based education, and smartphones that access everything from house lights to security systems, it’s not surprising to read these statistics: In 2013, 71 percent of the U.S. population age 3 and over used the Internet.

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How to Set Healthy Screen Time Habits: A Guide for Parents


Through computers, smartphones, and tablets, we have a wealth of information at our fingertips that can be both entertaining and intellectually stimulating. Today’s children are digital natives, which means that they’ve grown up surrounded by technology from the time they were born.

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CLASSLINK ONECLICK ClassLink OneClick technology enables access to Web-based, Windows, and Google applications, and instant access to files at school and in the cloud. This allows them to address issues of concern, promote good digital citizenship and create counter-narratives.

10 Technology Skills Every Educator Should Have

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Internet Search and Research - educators need to know how to do a proper internet search, using search terms and modifiers. They also need to be able to teach proper internet search skills to their students, no matter what class they are teaching.

How Common Sense Is Helping NYC Welcome Cell Phones into Schools

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Kornicker goes on to explain, “Despite being a 98% Title 1 school, PSMS 161 has noted that a very large percentage of our students have smartphones, tablets, laptops, and a wide array of connected devices. As a school that has a strong infrastructure in technology in the building, with BYOD, our students will now have the freedom of 24/7 access to the educational subscription services we provide and the ability to communicate and collaborate with others”.