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Julie Lindsay

Global collaboration | Asia Education Foundation - 0 views

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    Global collaboration across the curriculum toolkit created by Julie Lindsay with the Asia Education Foundation.
Julie Lindsay

Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic) - 0 views

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    Interesting set of infographics from the USA showing trends demographically of social media use and users.
Julie Lindsay

MediaSmarts - 1 views

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    Young Canadians in a wired world
Julie Lindsay

21st Century Fluencies | Global Digital Citizen Foundation - 0 views

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    New updates to the 21st Century Fluencies website.
    Tag line: "The 21st Century Fluencies have nothing to do with hardware-they are about headware, and heartware!"
Julie Lindsay

eSmart Digital Licence - 1 views

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    "The eSmart Digital Licence is an online challenge combining quizzes, videos and games, to prepare Australian children (aged ten and over) to be smart, safe and responsible digital citizens."
Julie Lindsay

The Possibility Post | Fostering Global Digital Citizenship - 0 views

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    Ann from South Australia talks about her exploration of digital citizenship with her students. My favourite sentence, Ann, I really enjoyed reading this blog post. You have shared vital process material from your recent connection with NZ and also communicated student responses -also a necessary part of assessing the success and viability of online connection that leads to collaboration. My favourite sentence is your last one - "Global digital collaboration goes beyond research. We found out more through the learning experience of meeting and sharing knowledge."
    #flatconnections #GlobalCitizen New blog on my first global collaboration. http://t.co/8uJleK5Iar
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Choppy Connections | Tricia Friedman - 0 views

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    "I've heard about (and been lucky enough to have seen her present at Learning 2.0) the amazing work that Julie Lindsay does with Flat Classrooms and Flat Connections again and again. There's a good reason her name comes up: flat connections are actually choppy connections." Tricia Friedman shares her ideas about connected learning with reference to Julie Lindsay and Flat Connections.
    Learning about connectivism in #COETAIL: my shout-out to @julielindsay http://t.co/RfiGYcPFmu
Julie Lindsay

ISSUU - Global Digital Citizenship by Sonya Van Schaijik - 1 views

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    Great resource to help explain the 'Areas of awareness' and 'Rays of understanding' in the Enlightened digital citizenship model created by Lindsay and Davis, in the book Flattening classrooms, engaging minds.
Julie Lindsay

Technology Improves And The Internet Expands But School Acceptable Use Policies Still L... - 3 views

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    The most enlightened and relevant article I have read for a long time on how to approach using digital technologies in schools that references the work of Scott McLeod as well.
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