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Ann Oro: Developing A Digital Citizenship Curriculum

The CoolCatTeacher

They shared an article in The Washington Post , and the leader of the programs said that they have been truly just been overwhelmed with the requests for information about this pilot program. This company has no impact on the editorial content of the show.

Do Tech Companies Need To Step Up Their Accessibility Game?

The Innovative Educator

Let's take a look by looking at social media examples. This article takes you through the process while acknowledging what a hassle it is. SnapChat The least accessible of these social media platforms is SnapChat.

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3 Steps to Managing Your School or District's Online Reputation

The 21st Century Principal

In their book, Radically Transparent: Monitoring and Managing Reputations Online , authors Andy Beal and Judy Strauss entitle one chapter "You Don''t Own Your Company''s Reputation." But with the advent of social media and self-publishing ability of the web in general, protecting your school or district''s reputation becomes an exercise in futility. Set up Google Alerts to catch when someone publishes something about your school.

Stop The Spread of Fake News

ProfHacker

Decades of other research concurs that people are influenced by their peers and social networks. Sometimes lack of coverage is the result of corporate media bias and other factors, but there should typically be more than one source reporting on a topic or event.

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The Complexities of 'Belonging' in the Digital Age, Part 1

The Playground Advocate

I recently read an interesting article on Fast Company by Sebastian Buck titled "The Best Brands Are The Ones That Build 'Belonging'." There is much to recommend this article, but I want to focus on 2 things: First, I buy it. I'm a Google user.

How VR and AR Will Change How Art is Experienced

Educational Technology Guy

For example, companies can make use of simulated interviews and best choose candidates for the job when recruiting and training. Social media filters are a good example of this. Feel free to share summaries and links to these articles, but do not copy and repost entire article.

5 Must-Have Google Search Tips for Students

Graphite Blog

For those of us who remember a time before the internet, using Google for research might feel strange -- like being thrust from the cozy confines of a favorite library straight into the Wild West of the web. Most of us begin any simple quest for knowledge with a Google search.

5 Must-Have Google Search Tips for Students

Graphite Blog

For those of us who remember a time before the internet, using Google for research might feel strange -- like being thrust from the cozy confines of a favorite library straight into the Wild West of the web. Most of us begin any simple quest for knowledge with a Google search.

SlidePresenter - free online multimedia presentations

Educational Technology Guy

Each presentation can be tagged, embedded in other sites, and easily shared via social media. It is a German company so some times the web page translations are a little awkward, but the product works great). Follow me on Twitter and Google+.

5 Must-Have Google Search Tips for Students

Graphite Blog

For those of us who remember a time before the internet, using Google for research might feel strange -- like being thrust from the cozy confines of a favorite library straight into the Wild West of the web. But in today’s world, it’s impossible to ignore Google Search as a legitimate tool for research. Most of us begin any simple quest for knowledge with a Google search. But is Google OK for formal research? Essential Tips for Google Research 1.

With JotForm, Summer Camp Registration Couldn’t Be Easier

Ask a Tech Teacher

Once the form is completed, it can be shared via a link or social media, or integrated into DropBox, Google Docs, and many other popular platforms. Camps and social development of youth. Responses are either stored in your response folder or populated into Google Sheets.

Connecting Parents to Student’s Digital Lives

The CoolCatTeacher

So he’s done quite a few things with Chromebook implementation and Google Level 1 Certification for all of his teachers. But today, Mike, we are talking about your Google Certified Innovator Project, “Help at Home.” This company has no impact on the editorial content of the show.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 35 Edition)

Doug Levin

No need to dig far to discern what I think about it as I am quoted in the article. The second conflict-of-interest related news story (set of stories, really) involves New America and Google/ Eric Schmidt.

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4 Steps towards digital wellness for students

Neo LMS

The media loves sensational tech stories. This is just one example of the many articles that warn us of the latest shocking discoveries about the dangers of technology. Did you notice any improvements in sleep, socialization etc.? How much time did you spend without social media?

20 Ways to Have a Summer That Matters

The CoolCatTeacher

You can take courses on helpful topics like social-emotional learning, classroom management, teacher wellness, special education classes and more. If you delete the apps for social media, you’re not deleting the social media service.

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Cyberpatriot - national youth cyber education program

Educational Technology Guy

the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. Feel free to share summaries and links to these articles, but do not copy and repost entire article. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.

The Work You Do Has Power

Tom Murray

The largest taxi company owns no (human driven) taxis (Uber) The largest accommodations provider owns no real estate. Alibaba) The most popular media platform creates no content. Netflix) The largest phone companies own no telecommunications infrastructure. Blockbuster.

Does Child Privacy Even Matter?

EdNews Daily

I’ve written quite a bit about children’s privacy, including what I thought was a scathing piece on Google and Education. Things like what your child has posted on social media were particularly important. Facebook, Google and Amazon bested them in less than a decade.

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The Instructional Playbook (interview with Jim Knight) – SULS050

Shake Up Learning

Listen to this article: Do you have a question or idea to share on the podcast? Every student, every class, every day, should have an excellent learning experience, which is what Jim’s company is all about. Google Tips for Instructional Coaches and Tech Coaches. [On-Air

Part 4: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Exploring Search Engines and Data Bases

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

I hope you are enjoying this series of articles on student owned inquiry. The Social Media Search Engine. Take a look at the Google Advanced Search Engine and see why it really should be a basic prerequisite! This is the whole idea behind a Google Custom Search!

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10 Data-Science terms and their applications

Playware Studios

The 15 GB of free storage that you get from Google drive (which never seems enough) is more than 400 Thousand times the total data storage capacity of the Apollo Guidance Computer that landed the first people on the moon in 1969, [1]. Data is growing at an exponential pace.

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4 Security Issues for Schools During Covid19 Distance Education

The CoolCatTeacher

Third, I talk about increasing awareness of social media manipulation by countries. If you don’t have Google Docs, just use this PDF. I read this article and this article and then share what this could mean for schools.

#Supermuch teaching in the classroom and online

The CoolCatTeacher

I’m also a Certified Thinking Maps Trainer and a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer. I am the author of numerous articles and books, as well as a presenter, on the integration of educational technology, instructional design, and online distance education.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 35 Edition)

Doug Levin

No need to dig far to discern what I think about it as I am quoted in the article. The second conflict-of-interest related news story (set of stories, really) involves New America and Google/ Eric Schmidt.

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22 Top Tips for Better Classroom Management

The CoolCatTeacher

I want them to join Google classroom. and I want them to turn their photograph in as an assignment in Google Classroom. Fantastic, Fast Formative Assessment Tools is a helpful article that I wrote for Edutopia. Classroom management can be a challenge.

Using the Tools Appropriately: Unpacking ISTE Standard #2

Tech Helpful

As a four year Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship educator I start teaching grade-level appropriate digital citizenship in kindergarten to talk about the importance of wise choices and the impact it can have on you. Have students google themselves or their parents to see what they find.

The Fault Lines Between Sharing and Shilling for an Edtech Product

Edsurge

At issue is whether “ambassador” programs and other branding efforts, wherein companies give teachers T-shirts, gift cards and other perks, constitute ethical violations. The practice is widespread from top to bottom: Apple, Google and Microsoft train and certify teachers who demonstrate expertise with their wares. Clearly, the article has touched a nerve in the education community about the fault lines between preaching and pitching products.

Five Instances Your “Free” Education Software May Actually Cost You by @edsby

TeacherCast

If a software company wants to give its product away free to educators, that’s a good thing for schools, teachers and students, right? Many companies give away products that educators can use for free. An earlier version of this article was originally published in SEEN Magazine.

Get Social with Digital Reading

edWeb.net

The first step to effectively using digital reading is for teachers to embrace social reading. Social media interactions: Many authors regularly hold Q&As and talk to their readers through Twitter and Facebook. Biblionasium : This is a social reading network for kids 6-13.

Educators Share What’s Working in Distance Learning

MIND Research Institute

For a time when we are physically social distancing, it has been beautiful to see how people are coming together to take care of our nation’s children. Being a co-teacher in Google Classroom has allowed me to keep that connection with students, as their math specialist.

What Parents and Teachers Should Note From Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate Testimony

Edsurge

The leader of the social media giant, with over 2 billion active users, answered questions about data ownership and usage in light of the fallout over Cambridge Analytica’s access and use of 87 million Facebook users’ personal information. These are issues that educators are watching closely as the use of social networking tools in schools have expanded in universities and K-12 schools over the years. Zuckerberg says the company does not.

6 Things Every High School Senior Should Have Access To Before Graduation

EdNews Daily

In another article shared on Forbes, Zack Friedman says , “ There are more than 44 million borrowers who collectively owe $1.5 The opportunities to create an online business are endless, and many young entrepreneurs are already starting their own companies.

11 Essential EdTech Action Steps for Back to School

The CoolCatTeacher

Why waste it with standard Google Start Page? In Google Chrome, Momentum and Limitless have some cool features to help you focus. It indexes all of the Google news for your selected country and shows with a quick glance what works. And not all parents are on social media.

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Common Sense Media digital citizenship refresh

NeverEndingSearch

As educators, we’ve learned to count on the research-based wisdom and guidance of Common Sense Media. Sexting: Common Sense Media is now aging the topic down with a new lesson and video addressing the issue for middle school. News & Media Literacy).

What these teens learned about the Internet may shock you!

The Hechinger Report

High School seniors (left to right) Hayley Striegel, Olivia Poplawski, Cheri Zheng-Fredericks and Julie Pignataro look for ways to verify information they’ve encountered on social media. My students are all about social media. High School social studies teacher.