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adina sullivan

Digital Citizenship - University of Pittsburgh - 0 views

    This was a grant obtained by University of Pittsburgh [2001] to promote service-learning as a model for dissemination of Information Technology Literacy. Note that the grant has concluded and site information has not been updated since January 2007.
Vicki Davis

"Unprecedented Force for Change"-Dan Tapscott's Keynote - Horizon Project 2008 - 0 views

  • Teachers are no longer “transmitters of data,” but active participants in the student’s learning process.
    • Vicki Davis
      I think this comment is an important one to understand as we advocate for Student success as well.
  • with our advanced, technological world, we must not only acknowledge the new technologies emerging but we must gain knowledge on how to use them.
  • f school became an interactive place where both students and teachers put their two cents in: teachers teaching students, students teaching students, teachers sharing ideas and students executing these ideas-school would be great. If we all focus on change and ways to make interactive learning better we could reach so many people! Not only can we interact with each other but we can raise awareness and pose solutions on the many issues regarding education.
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  • I really agree with both of what you two are saying, but my question remains, (in an attempt not to sound too cynical): how is this going to happen? I know that Dan Tapscott seeks to view change in the education system, but my question is, how is this going to happen?
  • but the real issue is, in so many places education is rigid and all about regurgitation of information. How do we look past that? Is it a mindset that we need to learn how to transgress, or is it a gradually changing aspect?
Jocelyn Chappell

Advocates for Digital Citizenship, Safety, and Success | Google Groups - 0 views

    • Jocelyn Chappell
      This is exactly what we do. We model behaviour -- it is a gift. The others (parents, teachers, policy makers -- politicians and media even) _will_ catch on -- but maybe only as our pupils make it into those spheres of influence. 10 years or 20 -- anyone?
Marie Coppolaro

Are Schools Inhibiting 21st Century Learning? - 0 views

    T.H.E. Journal [April 2008] Highlights how students may be disadvantaged in future career goals if blocks are put in their way to facilitate technology in learning.
Linda Nitsche

Literacy with ICT Blog » Blog Archive » A Common Sense Approach to Internet S... - 1 views

    A common sense approach to cybersafety
Vicki Davis

Hashtags - ad4dcss - 1 views

shared by Vicki Davis on 13 Apr 08 - Cached
    Where we can go to see what people are saying on twitter about this idea.
    The hashtag page for the Advocates for Digital Citizenship, Safety, and Success -- use this hashtag on twitter for people to read about it.
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