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How to Teach Digital Citizenship in Kindergarten and 1st Grade

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No longer do they complete their research on projects solely in the library. There are several great programs available to guide students through this process ( Common Sense’s Digital Passpor t, Carnegie CyberAcademy , K-8 Digital Citizenship ). Essential Questions What is a ‘digital citizen’?

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E-Books and Online Libraries in Modern College Education

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E-Books and Online Libraries in Modern College Education One of the most significant archives of human knowledge and learning’s quiet companions, libraries have made an undeniable impact. Libraries have always been a trusted educational sidekick since people started learning stuff. We wouldn’t be where we are without them.

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ISTE and Capstone Collaborate on Children’s Books Championing Digital Citizenship

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Our collaboration gives educators an accessible way to start a positive dialogue around digital citizenship, creative use of technology, and our global connection—all knowledge kids need to help prepare them to confidently navigate the digital landscape,” said Beth Brezenoff, Capstone VP of Publishing.

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How Virtual Information Sessions Are Changing K-12 Education

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No longer bound by geography, students can access diverse resources and personalized support while parents can stay connected with teachers effortlessly. As we explore this transformation, it’s clear that the future of education is not just digital—it’s dynamic, inclusive, and limitless. Key advantages include: Increased Accessibility.

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Subscriber Special: June Special Add-on with School License

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A School License is a multi-user PDF of most books (or videos where available) we offer–textbooks, curricula, lesson plans, student workbooks, and more–that can be used on every digital device in your school–iPads, Macs, PCs, Chromebooks, laptops, netbooks, smartphones, iPods whether they’re in a classroom, the library, one of the tech labs.

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Innovative ideas for school libraries

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Key points: School libraries have evolved to offer students and teachers everything they need See article: Modern students need modern librarians See article: 10 reasons we love school librarians For more news on school libraries, visit eSN’s Innovative Teaching page What makes an effective school library?

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Understanding the legal implications of using web filters in K-12 schools

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It helps prevent students from accessing inappropriate content while learning online and is administered by the Federal Communications Commission. Most people know that content filters help prevent students from accessing inappropriate content online. This responsibility includes blocking or filtering access to inappropriate content.