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Anne Bubnic

Coming Soon: A National Center for Edtech Research - 0 views

  • The National Center for Research in Advanced Information and Digital Technologies is part of the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, approved by Congress at the end of July, and signed into law by President Bush on August 14.
  • The purpose of the Center shall be to support a comprehensive research and development program to harness the increasing capacity of advanced information and digital technologies to improve all levels of learning and education, formal and informal, in order to provide Americans with the knowledge and skills needed to compete in the global economy‚Ķ
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    This past week, President Bush signed into law a bill that will establish a new national research center for studying digital technology and learning. The center aspires be to edtech what the National Institutes of Health have been for medical research.
Anne Bubnic

Empowered Education Award Finalists announced - 0 views

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    Empowered Education Awards' give students the chance to be heard...and recognized. The finalists from the Pearson/EdTech News competition are posted online. Students produced a video essay on "how technology helps me learn."
Anne Bubnic

Teachable Moments in Cyberbullying/Cyberethics - 109 views

Teachable Moment: Student Hacking Experience Made a mistake? Own it, Fix it, Learn from it." Learn how this teacher developed a student contract and handled the consequences of computer...

cyberethics students teachable moment

Margaret Moore-Taylor

AUPs in a Web 2.0 World | EdTech Magazine - 0 views

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    A good article regarding some of the steps you should think about when updating your acceptable use policies
adina sullivan

Gains and Gaps in EdTech: NEA Report [PDF] - 0 views

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    From NEA Today: Access, Adequacy & Equity in Educational Technology Results of a survey of America's Teachers and Support Professionals on Technology in Public Schools & Classrooms.
Anne Bubnic

ISTE | NETS for Teachers 2008 - 0 views

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    NETS for Teachers 2008
    Unveiled June 30 at the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, ISTE's revised National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Teachers mark a significant overhaul of the group's original teacher technology standards, which ISTE introduced in 2000. The revised framework focuses on what teachers should know to help students become productive digital learners and digital citizens.
Lorna Costantini

Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech [Blog Archive] - 0 views

  • Her reaction was to block all these sites, ban her daughter from the home computer and demand the school district to install content filtering that would prohibit any access to social networks.
    • Rafael Ribas
       
      Exactly the kind of reaction an uneducated parent would have - away from my child!
  • social networking should be taught in the homes
  • Teachers are our best filters at school
    • Rafael Ribas
       
      Hear hear! That is exactly what we need to say loud and clear
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    Very interesting post by Dan Shareski on the connections between parents, school districts, students and the internet.
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    podcast outlining a parent's fears about non filtering of Facebook at school
Anne Bubnic

Teachable Moment: Student Hacking Experience - 0 views

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    Made a mistake? Own it, Fix it, Learn from it." Learn how this teacher developed a student contract and handled the consequences of computer hacking attempts by her students.
Anne Bubnic

Social Networking Tools for Students - 0 views

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    The concept of anytime, anywhere learning is not new to the majority of Northeastern University students. With personal Web sites, multi-functional cell phones, MP3 players, YouTube accounts, Facebook profiles, and gaming personas, students are sharing and creating knowledge at an unprecedented rate.\n\n
Anne Bubnic

Orange County Office of Education/Cybersafety Training Videos - 0 views

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    This free five-part video series on Cybersafety & Internet Awareness for Parents & Educators was produced by the Orange County Office of Education [California] and is hosted by Mark Wagner & Victor Guthrie. It includes a clip with Katie Canton of Web Wise Kids, telling the story of her experience with a man she fell in love with in a chatroom, only to later discover that he was an online predator.
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