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Julie Lindsay

What Do They Know? Dismissing a Viral Presumption About Millennials | Eszter ... - 1 views

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    "If anything, considerable research has shown by now that there is large variation in Internet skills among young adults, often related to their socioeconomic status, and factors other than age explain skill differences across generations such as a person's level of income and education."
Michelle Lawler

14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools | Ingvi Hrannar - 6 views

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    Great article!
Benita Van Der Wel

World Without Walls: Learning Well with Others | Edutopia - 1 views

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      Important note about whether we actually do students a disservice by supposedly sheltering them from the big, bad online world, or whether we miss a valuable learning opportunity to help them learn how to use the resources effectively, efficiently and safely.
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      Highlights exactly what 21C learning is all about.
Michelle Lawler

Classroom Posters | Common Sense Media - 7 views

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    This site has excellent posters for teaching students in primary and high school about using technology responsibly.
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    Downloadable posters from Common Sense Media.
Judy O'Connell

Search me: online reputation management | Technology | The Guardian - 4 views

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    "Online reputation management now accounts for 95% of his business. Initially, he worked exclusively with firms and brands, but these days 60-70% of Wadsworth's clients are individuals. "I did not anticipate that," he says."
vanessa hardy

1-to-1 Essentials Program | Common Sense Media - 3 views

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    Steps in implementing a 1-1 laptop program
Judy O'Connell

How We're Turning Digital Natives Into Etiquette Sociopaths | Wired Opinion | Wired.com - 7 views

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    "Let's face it: Technology and etiquette have been colliding for some time now, and things have finally boiled over if the recent spate of media criticisms is anything to go by. There's the voicemail, not to be left unless you're "dying." There's the e-mail signoff that we need to "kill." And then there's the observation that what was once normal - like asking someone for directions - is now considered "uncivilized."

    Cyber-savvy folks are arguing for such new etiquette rules because in an information-overloaded world, time-wasting communication is not just outdated - it's rude. But while living according to the gospel of technological efficiency and frictionless sharing is fine as a Silicon Valley innovation ethos, it makes for a downright depressing social ethic."
Meghan Douglas Dowling

The Innovative Educator: The Contraband of Some Schools is The Disruptive Innovation of... - 4 views

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    BYOD/ BYOT case study of Forsyth County Schools in the USA. Effective implementation of a BYOD program with improved student engagement and technology integration into lessons.
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    BYOD/ BYOT case study of Forsyth County Schools in the USA. Effective implementation of a BYOD program with improved student engagement and technology integration into lessons.
Meghan Douglas Dowling

Why BYOD, Not Banning Cell Phones, Is the Answer -- THE Journal - 4 views

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    Interesting article from Lisa Nielsen advocating a BYOD approach to technology in schools.
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    Interesting article from Lisa Nielsen advocating a BYOD approach to technology in schools.
Meghan Douglas Dowling

A Principal's Reflections: Moving Schools Forward With BYOD - 2 views

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    An observational piece about BYOD in practice in an American high school.
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    An observational piece about BYOD in practice in an American high school.
Meghan Douglas Dowling

Building an Effective School BYOD Plan - 4 views

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    Sam Gliksman writes about building a "bring your own device" plan for schools.
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    Sam Gliksman writes about building a "bring your own device" plan for schools.
Steph Gilchrist

NETS-S_Standards.sflb.ashx (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

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    very useful list
Michelle Lee

Tag Team Tech October 2010 | VOYA - 0 views

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    An answer to the question, "In the 21st century, what does a school librarian do?" I found this very interesting to read but overwhelming too. The school librarian is expected to be able to do so much, however I feel if we take one or two aspects at a time and slowly developed these, our confidence and interest to pursue others increases.  I am going to give this article to my colleagues to read and reflect upon at my next TL meeting.  I look forward to hearing their responses.
Steph Gilchrist

Keynote Cairns Curriculum Conference - 0 views

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    Lyn Hays key note speaker Interesting slide show
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