15 Key Netiquette Guidelines to Share with Your Students

Educators Technology

Netiquette guidelinesNetiquette is the digital equivalent of the traditional etiquette. Netiquette (net + etiquette) is the code of proper conduct applied to communication on virtual online spaces.read more.

5 Critical Guidelines for Student Data Privacy

edWeb.net

During the edWebinar, “ Leadership Strategies to Assure Student Data Privacy: The Trusted Learning Environment Seal ,” the presenters explored CoSN’s Five Critical Guidelines for Ensuring Data Privacy in Your Use of Technology and how superintendents can support their staff.

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Education Grants: 5 Guidelines to Win One

techlearning

When creating a proposal for an education grant, matching ideas and needs across the process is critical

UDL for Adult Learners: Guidelines and Strategies

Digital Promise

In this webinar, Jason and one of the YouthBuild USA Teaching Fellows, Jo Forman, talk about why UDL is important when working with adult learners, and they outline several UDL guidelines and give strategies for using UDL in the classroom. For more information about UDL concepts, guidelines and strategies visit www.cast.org. The post UDL for Adult Learners: Guidelines and Strategies appeared first on Digital Promise.

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7 digital portfolio guidelines for outstanding learning performance

Neo LMS

7 digital portfolio guidelines. We have prepared seven guidelines that show how easy it is to implement digital portfolios in the classroom. The post 7 digital portfolio guidelines for outstanding learning performance appeared first on NEO BLOG. More and more schools strive to move away from standardized educational models in favor of student-centered approaches.

Google Drive Guidelines for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The chart features links to a wide variety of guidelines to help teachers and educators develop a grounded understating of Google Drive and.read moreBelow is one of our popular charts we published in 2017.

Helpful Chromebook Guidelines for Teachers and Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This is a collection of useful guidelines to help you make the best.read moreIf you are using or planning to use Chromebooks in your teaching, the chart below is a resource you should definitely keep handy.

5 ways technology can help schools meet CDC guidelines this fall

eSchool News

In order to best protect both students and staff, the CDC has presented a list of guidelines for schools to open safely and effectively. Many of these guidelines can be met and make for a smoother transition with the use of technology.

FTC: Ed-Tech ‘Ambassadors’ Must Follow Social Media Influencer Guidelines

Marketplace K-12

The post FTC: Ed-Tech ‘Ambassadors’ Must Follow Social Media Influencer Guidelines appeared first on Market Brief. Teachers who act as "ambassadors" for educational products, and who receive anything in exchange, must disclose that arrangement when they post endorsements on social media. Marketplace K-12 brand ambassadors Federal / State Policy Sales / Marketing Social Media

Some Guidelines for Using Twitter

ProfHacker

There’s a lot of ambivalence about social media these days, and not just because of Russian bots. Every year makes it a little clearer that Twitter and Facebook are probably a little more interested in advertising revenue than they are in shutting down–heck, even mildly alleviating–abuse.

Handy Poster Featuring Educationl App Evaluation Guidelines

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Apple’s Apps in The Classroom guide features a number of interesting criteria to help teachers evaluate apps to use with their students. The following visual capture some of the main evaluation.read more

Some Helpful YouTube Guidelines for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

YouTube is absolutely one of the best video hosting platforms teachers and students can draw on to access, curate and share educational video content. It also provides a powerful video editing tool.read more

Google Meet Tips and Guidelines for Teachers and Educators

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Meet is increasingly becoming one of the best video conferencing platforms for the education community. The recent new features are one example of how this platform is planning to.read more. 2020 Distance learning Google Meet

Guidelines for Posting Like A Role Model in Social Media

techlearning

More and more district and school staff are catching on to the advice of superintendents like Joe Sanfelippo who encourage staff to take every opportunity to say good things about their school

Simple Guidelines for Speaking at Conferences

ProfHacker

Academics ought to be great at public speaking, or at the very least pretty comfortable with it, but it doesn’t often seem that way. While I’m sure everyone who reads this can think of some presenters they admire (hi, Bethany ), it’s probably also easy to conjure up images of suboptimal lectures or conference presentations one’s seen over the years.

Five Guidelines to Make School Innovation Successful

MindShift

Lessons learned from over 10 years of sustaining a school model that goes against the grain of traditional education. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more!

Your Social Media Guidelines in One Sentence

The Principal of Change

With that happening, many administrators are rushing to make a list of policies and guidelines to ensure that teachers are using the medium wisely. Yet the more policies and guidelines we have, the more we deter people from using social media. I even recently saw a profile that explicitly stated that all students will be blocked from seeing their accounts as per district guidelines. To me, your social media guidelines can be summed up in one sentence.

Tips and Guidelines to Help You Integrate YouTube In Your Remote Teaching

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Since the outbreak of the pandemic we started a section here in EdTech and mLearning devoted for distance education. Our goal is to provide teachers with readily accessible resources to help them.read more. 2020 Distance learning

Five Critical Guidelines for Data Privacy Across School Districts

edWeb.net

Discussing CoSN’s Five Critical Guidelines for Ensuring Data Privacy in Your Use of Technology, the speakers told attendees that when it comes to data privacy, the word “done” isn’t in their vocabulary. Five Critical Guidelines . The post Five Critical Guidelines for Data Privacy Across School Districts appeared first on edWeb.

5 Guidelines for Rational School Leader Response to Social Media Issues

The 21st Century Principal

This Winston-Salem Journal Editorial “More Education, Guidelines Needed for Officials, Students on Social Media and School Security,” makes the usual call for more rules and education about improper use of social media. It is important that guidelines focus on the threat, no matter how that threat was communicated. educational use social media effective use of social media school administrator social media school guidelines social media social media school leaders

Schools Are Deciding What The New CDC Mask Guidelines Mean For The Classroom

MindShift

Updated May 13, 2021 at 10:49 PM ET. This week has brought a few dizzying updates to the year-long school-reopening story.

Important Google Forms Guidelines for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Forms is an important tool teachers can use to create, edit and share surveys, forms, and quizzes. If you are using or planning to start integrating Forms in your instruction the chart.read more

Chromebook Guidelines Chart for Teachers and Educators

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

February 22, 2017 For those of you using Chromebooks in their instruction, the chart below is a great resource to keep handy. The chart is based on insights collected from Chromebook Help. As is the.read more. Charts Chromebook resources

ECA & APER Guidelines for Reopening of the School post Lock-down

EdSense

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Four Guidelines for Innovating and Designing a Book Unit

EdTechTeam

I offer four guidelines that I use when designing book projects for my junior high students: STUDENTS MUST HAVE CHOICE - not all students learn the same, and not all students create the same, so we need to give them a choice in demonstrating their learning. When I was a young student, I loved reading. I have memories of hiding under my blankets in bed with a flashlight, hoping my parents never caught me and made me go to sleep.

Make The Best of Google Maps in Your Instructions with These Handy Guidelines

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A few weeks ago we started a series of blog posts covering some of the main Google services for us in education. For each of these services we create a chart featuring the main features.read more

Handy Guidelines to Help You Make The Best of YouTube in Your Teaching

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Here is a handy chart we have prepared for teachers using YouTube in their instruction and for anyone else interested in learning more about how to use YouTube effectively. The chart is based on.read more

Make The Best of Google Forms in Your Teaching with These Guidelines

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Forms is an important tool teachers can use to create, edit and share surveys, forms, and quizzes. If you are using or planning to start integrating Forms in your instruction the chart.read more

Guidelines for Setting Up a Facebook Page for Your School

The Innovative Educator

Visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php Select: Company, Organization, Institution Category: Education Email: Use the NYC DOE email (or other professional email) that you have set up for your school, institution, or program. Share website (optional) Upload photo that represents this page Complete about section In the admin panel invite at least one other person as an administrator using their professional email. This is what the set up looks like.

NYC blazes trails to prepare students for success with new social media guidelines

The Innovative Educator

While some school districts have banned the use of social media because of fears of inappropriate use and distracting students, in an unprecedented move, the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE) has reached out to students, teachers, and parents as partners to create guidelines for the appropriate use of social media for personal and academic purposes.

A Handy Chart Featuring YouTube Guidelines for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

February 21, 2017 Here is a handy chart we have prepared for teachers using YouTube in their instruction and for anyone else interested in learning more about how to use YouTube effectively. The.read more. Charts YouTube Tips

Whether synchronous online course activities meet accessibility guidelines may depend on how you use them.

IT Bill

Our campus recently adopted a policy that essentially requires all online instruction meet accessibility guidelines. CC-BY Public.Resource.Org on Flickr. Adding synchronous activities to your asynchronous online class can help to foster social presence and instructor immediacy. Using such tools as Google Hangouts, Skype, Zoom, etc. can add an element of interactivity and engagement to the online course that might otherwise be missing.

10 Guidelines for #EdTech Companies + Social Media - It's All About Relationships

The Innovative Educator

Social media has changed how vendors do business. It is no longer one way communication. Instead with social media, like never before, there is now two-way communication allowing companies to have conversations with their customers. Those who are doing so effectively. Those who are doing so effectively, grow customer loyalty and respect. Those who are not doing it well, will be perceived as out-of-touch and will move further toward irrelevance.

More on Social Networking Guidelines for Educators

EdTechSandyK

A couple of months ago I posted ten social networking guidelines for educators that I had come up with in response to a request from colleagues in my district. Today I came across some more detailed guidelines in the making. Guidelines for Educators Using Social Networking Sites [link] Social Media Guidelines for Schools [link].

3 Easy Web Accessibility Guidelines

The Innovative Educator

If you want to know three easy guidelines to always keep in mind, a colleague of mine, shared the following with me and I'm sharing with the innovative educators who read this blog. Three easy guidelines for web accessibility: Text: For text, stick to contrast that is close to that of black on white and fonts that are at least 12 point. I will go back through my recent posts and update to meet this guideline. Are these guidelines you generally follow?

Important Guidelines to Help You make The Best of Google Maps in Your Teaching

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

March 11, 2017 A few weeks ago we started a series of blog posts covering some of the main Google services for us in education. For each of these services we create a chart featuring the.read more. Charts Google Maps resources

Make The Best of YouTube in Your Teaching Using These Guidelines

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

July 12, 2017 YouTube is absolutely one of the best video hosting platforms teachers and students can draw on to access, curate and share educational video content. It also provides a powerful video.read more. Repost

How Do We Integrate STEM Across Subjects?

MiddleWeb

STEM Across Curriculum STEM By Design anne jolly ethics history Mobile Area Education Foundation pyramids schoolwide STEM social studies STEM guidelines subject areasSome schools are putting all subjects under the STEM umbrella. Can they be true to STEM's engineering focus? Anne Jolly talks to schoolwide-STEM expert Judy Duke, who points to history. Teachers building lessons should always ask: "What problems needed to be solved?".

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A Welcome Letter to New STEM Students

MiddleWeb

Getting Started with STEM STEM By Design anne jolly engineering design process STEM careers STEM letter to students STEM students STEM team guidelines STEM curriculum expert Anne Jolly invites students to consider how to get the most out of the engineering design challenges they will be asked to solve in their middle school math and science classes, using innovative thinking, analysis and teamwork.

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Quality Feedback Begins with Good Assessment

MiddleWeb

Book Reviews Feedback Corwin feedback formative assessment guidelines James Nottingham Jill Nottingham prerequisites Rita Platt toolsChallenging Learning Through Feedback is an inspiring book that links feedback to a strong, ongoing classroom assessment process. Thanks to the authors, says teacher-librarian Rita Platt, the quality of her own formative assessments and feedback has improved.