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Ann Baum (Johnston)

Digital Citizenship - 11 views

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    Google Site created by students of Andrew Marcinek,
Anne Bubnic

Bullying lawsuit pending; Jeaga Middle students 'out of control - 4 views

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    7th grade bullying incident caught on camera and posted on YouTube. Parents are filing a lawsuit against the Palm Beach County School District claiming the school has done nothing to stop such incidents or to create a safe environment for students.
Anne Bubnic

Students plagued by Internet fraud - 4 views

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    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the National Cyber Security Alliance is looking to raise awareness among college students to help them stay safe and secure online.

    According to the 2010 Identity Fraud Survey Report, college students lost five times more money than any other age group as a result of identity fraud or other online fraud situations.
Amanda Kenuam

A Hunger to Learn - Special Needs Flashcards - 4 views

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    "special needs, students, vocabulary, lessons, interactive, flashcards, resources, basic foods"
Anne Bubnic

Have Something Nice to Say? Say it On Facebook - 5 views

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    An anonymous Facebook page filled with negative comments about Evanston (Ill.) Township High School students became part of a police investigation into cyberbulling earlier this month. But now students at the same school are drawing attention for posting and sharing the nicest comments imaginable about each other.
Anne Bubnic

Students Protest School Budget Cuts in New Jersey - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    In a demonstration of the power of civics and social media, 18,000 students coordinated a classroom walkout demonstration that was orchestrated from recent high school grad Michelle Ryan Lauto, 18, posting a Facebook invitation last month to take a stand against state budget cuts in education.
Anne Bubnic

House passes Rogers' Anti-Bullying Bill [Massachusetts] - 0 views

  • By a unanimous vote, the House of Representatives passed the Anti-Bullying Bill sponsored by Norwood state Rep. John H. Rogers to fight bullying and cyber-bullying in the schools of the Commonwealth. The legislation applies to public schools, charter schools and schools providing special education services to students for school districts. 

    The bill prohibits bullying at school including school-sponsored events, on school buses and at school bus stops as well as the use of electronic devices to commit cyber-bullying. The ban on bullying includes bullying or cyber-bullying that takes place outside of school if the bullying affects the school environment. 

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    A bullying/cyberbullying bill (similar to the one that passed in California in 2009) became legislation in Massachusetts this week. It requires training of teachers and students, reporting and investigation into cyberbullying incidents by school administrators if the bullying incidents that take place on campus, at school-sponsored events or bullying that affects the school environment.
Anne Bubnic

Studies Explore Whether the Internet Makes Students Better Writers - 0 views

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    The rise of online media has helped raise a new generation of college students who write far more, and in more-diverse forms, than their predecessors did. But the implications of the shift are hotly debated, both for the future of students' writing and for the college curriculum.
Anne Bubnic

Don't be illTwitterate or aTextual - 0 views

  • 1) At Marta Valle High School they held an innovation fair celebrating the successes of the innovative work teachers are doing with their students. Some students were selected as fair reporters. These students interviewed attendees with the question, "Please tell me in 140 characters or less what has impressed you most about what you've seen at our innovation fair."
  • 2) Text to capture reflections during field trips. If you're in a school where cells are banned, you may be able to have students bring them on field trips. If that is not allowed, the chaperon's devices can be used. Rather than have students walk around taking notes. Have them Tweet their reflections.
  • Have students do a daily or weekly tweet about something that day. In his post “What Did You Create Today?” (http://weblogg-ed.com 08/22/09), Will Richardson shares some great possibilities that could be used in a daily tweet: What did you teach others? What unanswered questions are you struggling with? How did you change the world in some small (or big) way? What’s something your teachers learned today? What did you share with the world?
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  • Use Twitter as a tool to capture student voice by having them respond to class lectures using Twitter.
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    Four ideas for using Twitter with Students.
Anne Bubnic

Cybersafety Games - 6 views

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    Looking for games online that might help your students learn cybersafety concepts? Here is a good list, with links.
Anne Bubnic

Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning - 1 views

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    Spotlight magazine showcases the projects and people funded by the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Initiative and covers the intersections of technology and learning. We go beyond the research to show how digital media is being used in classrooms and programs around the world.
Anne Bubnic

November to educators: Let students use online social tools - 3 views

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    Blocking access to these tools in classrooms discourages student-centered learning, leading education technology consultant says
Anne Bubnic

Blogging Safety Tips [Video] - 0 views

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    A film made by 4th graders on blogging safety
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    A film made by 4th graders on blogging safety.
Anne Bubnic

Annotatitng and Sharing Diigo Links with Your Students - 0 views

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    Whether we like it or not, Google or Wikipedia are our student's first ports of call when it comes to researching or undertaking independent study, not the school library. Diigo offers a fantastic way to tap into the way our students operate by allowing the annotation of web pages which can then be shared with your students and, by doing so, you facilitate the process of research for your students and you set them on the right track for further independent study.
Anne Bubnic

ABC's of Cyberbullying - For Students - 0 views

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    From Patti Afgatson, Olweus Bullying Prevention expert and author of Bullying in the Digital World
Anne Bubnic

Wise Up to It: Case studies and Internet safety advice for teens [Video] - 0 views

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    Four video clip case studies and internet safety advise from NetAlert (Australian Government). Designed for students. Explore the lives of four young people and their experiences on the Internet. Four situations. Four victims. Four stories. Many strategies. Downloadable lesson plans and student handouts for each case study.
Anne Bubnic

Teachable Moments in Cyberbullying/Cyberethics - 108 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...

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