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The Journey to Becoming an Author

A Principal's Reflections

My unexpected journey began with a decision to give Twitter a try in 2009. This should never have happened either as I was convinced that any and all social media tools were a complete waste of my time and would not lead to any improvement in professional practice.

Interview on Down the Hall Podcast

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I have networked on Twitter and on this blog with one of the podcast hosts, Dave Roy ( @UBCMET ), a Senior Program Assistant for EPLT, and it was Dave who asked me for an interview after hearing me in another recent podcast appearance. Graphic Used Under a CC By-SA 2.0

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Tips and Scoops from ASU GSV That You Won’t Find on the Agenda

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The ASU GSV conference stands out for being unabashedly capitalist, in the sense that everyone believes that delivering on profits and student outcome can go hand-in-hand. And social media feeds on our worst instincts when it comes to self-esteem.

Teaching Kids Social Responsibility in a Connected World

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Digital access for our students is everywhere, all the time, affecting how our students live, socialize, work, play, contribute, and learn. Global digital citizenship applies the concept that 21st-century technology and digital media have eliminated the boundaries between citizens of the world by enabling communication, collaboration, dialogue, and debate across all levels of society. Model responsible virtual social behaviors -- blogging, vloging, Skyping, texting, and emailing.

How to Teach Kids Social Responsibility in a Connected World

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Digital access for our students is everywhere, all the time, affecting how our students live, socialize, work, play, contribute, and learn. Global digital citizenship applies the concept that 21st-century technology and digital media have eliminated the boundaries between citizens of the world by enabling communication, collaboration, dialogue, and debate across all levels of society. Model responsible virtual social behaviors -- blogging, vloging, Skyping, texting, and emailing.

Education Technology and the Future of Academic Freedom

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Protests when social pseudoscientist Charles Murray spoke at Middlebury College. A bill in Arizona proposed banning any classes or activities that addressed social justice or racial equality. – almost every media organization picked up the story.

Education Technology and the History of the Future of Credentialing

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” The University of Northern New Jersey had a website – one with a.edu domain, to boot – as well as several active social media profiles. There was a regularly updated Facebook page, a Twitter account, as well as a LinkedIn profile for its supposed president. What are promises that – legally – post-secondary institutions can or must make? ” MIT Media Lab explored using the blockchain as part of a new credentialing system.

Education Technology and the Power of Platforms

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” And I wondered at the time if that would be the outcome for MOOCs. ”) It was certainly the outcome that investors were hoping for Edmodo , which raised $25 million in 2012, boasting that it had 15 million users.

Wahoo! The 2013 Global Education Conference - Still Time to Present + Plan to Attend!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

She was recently chosen to be a Teacher of the Future by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), and she has also been named a Top Education Influencer on Twitter. It breaks down all physical and social barriers.

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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Spread the word about World Read Aloud Day on social media to help us grow the movement. Thursday March 6th - Saturday March 8th in Boston, MA Digital Media and Learning: DML Connecting Practices 2014 , The conference is meant to be an inclusive, international and annual gathering of scholars and practitioners in the field, focused on fostering interdisciplinary and participatory dialog and linking theory, empirical study, policy, and practice.