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Bonnie Krajeski

Warily, Schools Watch Students on the Internet - NYTimes.com - 2 views

  • Educators find themselves needing to balance students’ free speech rights against the dangers children can get into at school and sometimes with the law because of what they say in posts on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Courts have started to weigh in.
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    Now, as students complain, taunt and sometimes cry out for help on social media, educators have more opportunities to monitor students around the clock. And some schools are turning to technology to help them.
Alexander Ogundele

The Future of Internet III - 1 views

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    By 2020, the digital world will be more advanced. One child per one laptop, internet plagiarism will be reduced,and there will be more online tolerance.
Kristina (Kris) Peachey

Students lack Internet access: Students lacking Internet access at home struggle - Orla... - 4 views

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    Another story about the digital divide focusing on internet access...
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    These are my students re the digital divide, cultural divide, lack of printers add to the negative effect.
Deanna Chiapete

Google Custom Search - Computer Kids - 4 views

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    Check out my new custom search engine. Some great tips for parents can be found here!
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    There are obviously many factors to consider with children and computers. Quality and quantity of time on a computer are elements that parents and caregivers should carefully evaluate for children. Limiting viewing time to two hours a day may be difficult. Thanks for the search engine.
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    I found the sites that you chose to be very useful. I plugged in use of the iPad and got many valid and useful sites that contained great information.
Debra Kane

Internet effect on the brain - 6 views

  • Noted science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov predicted that one day, we'd "have computer outlets in every home, each of them hooked up to enormous libraries where anyone can ask any question and be given answers, be given reference materials, be something you're interested in knowing, from an early age, however silly it might seem to someone else," and with this appliance, be able to truly enjoy learning instead of being forced to learn mundane facts and figures. His insight has proven to be amazingly accurate, as we now live in a world with the Internet, where nearly the entire wealth of human knowledge can live at our fingertips or even in our pockets. Such an amazing feat, of course, doesn't happen without impacting our lives, and scientists have begun to note that the Internet has not only served to fulfill our brains' curiosities, but also rewired them. So what exactly is the Internet doing to our brains? Read on to find out.
  • t's up to us as readers and consumers of information to determine what's relevant and reliable, and with so much practice, our brains are getting better at this task every day.
    • Kathleen Ellis
       
      This is still a skill that has to be taught.
    • Alexander Ogundele
       
      I think the way technology is moving fast will make way for one system of governance, one system of education, and control of economy globally as everything is getting links from one country to another. We just have to be careful in controlling its extent.
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    Very interesting commentary on how technology effects our physiology. I am struck by the analogy of internet use and addictive bebaviors. There was feature on NPR this morning about how the brains of those that develop addictions differ from those who do not. Perhaps the internet feeds that part of the brain that is prone to addiction. I was also struck by the comment that we rarely give full attention to what we are currently doing.
Sheri Dean

Google Custom Search - Website Fraud - 7 views

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    The Website Fraud Google Custom Search page will present sites that explain the types of scams and two online newspapers with specific scams.
Jenifer Melton

Scenarios for Computer Ethics - 1 views

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    In the age of digital learners, cyber-bullies, emoticons, and texting, we can't do enough to teach Netiquette. This source provides scenarios for students to explore. 1 minute ago
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    In the age of digital learners, cyber-bullies, emoticons, and texting, we can't do enough to teach Netiquette. This source provides scenarios for students to explore.
Anna Johnson

ALA | AASL Kids Connect Tools - 5 views

    • Anna Johnson
       
      Be sure to check out the links on the separate pages.
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    The American Association of School Librarians has prepared a step by step set of excellent tools to help children assess the validity of a website. There are links to many helpful research and organization tools. Together, this site is a powerful package that teachers and parents can use to help students make the most of their online research.
Dennis OConnor

Internet Search Challenge: Is the Internet Making Us Stupid? - 0 views

  • Some of the deepest reading I've done has been online. For me, investigative searching provides balance for shallow skimming and relentless surfing. Taking a little time to track down the source of information, determine if inaccuracies have been overlooked, becoming familiar with who links to the information--these represent deeper thinking. In fact, I've probably done more deeper thinking online paying attention to clues on which credibility depends than I've done with works in print. Juried or edited works in print tend not to require as much investigation.
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    Concerned that reading online is leading to a generation of shallow thinkers unable to focus? Carl Heine makes the case for evaluation of digital information as a critical reading and thinking skill.

Dailia Adams

ZW291DV.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 3 views

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    Explores 10 of the most common difficulties of online courses
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    One online instructors view of learning to teach online
Lisa Riehle

Netiquette Discussion - 0 views

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    "http://online.uwc.edu/technology/onletiquette.asp "According to the University of Wisconsin web page for On line Colleges there are basic guidelines to follow when using on line etiquette.
Elaine Baumann

Current Internet Hoaxes, Email Rumors & Urban Legends - 5 views

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    This is an internet site that is about the various types of hoaxes that can be found on the internet. It includes examples that would be great to use with students to help them learn to question.
Maureen Haig

Yale Law School - 0 views

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    Yale Law School's Information Society Project, self-described as 'an intellectual center addressing the implications of the Internet and new information technologies for law and society, guided by the values of democracy, human development, and social justice.'
Suzanne Feldberg

First-time Internet users find boost in brain function after just one week - 2 views

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    First-time Internet users find boost in brain function after just one week / UCLA Newsroom
Russell Long

EBSCOhost: How to Connect Technology and Content in the Service of Learning - 0 views

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    This is a very good talk on web 2.0 and education. There are many interesting thoughts.
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    This is a very good talk on web 2.0 and education. There are many interesting thoughts.
Heidi Kelbel

Behaveyourself.com: Online Manners Matter | Edutopia - 2 views

    • Heidi Kelbel
       
      It makes you wonder how schools can cut key boarding and other computer classes from their students education.  I know funding is an issue, but it these skills are necessary for every student.  
  • Don't Even Think About It: The Basics of Netiquet
  • Virginia now requires Internet-safety lessons in public schools, and Texas and Illinois have passed laws encouraging them.
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  • asics of Netiquet
  • Don't Even Think About It: The Basics of Netiquet
Monique Jordan

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Critical Evaluation Surveys and Resources - Kathy... - 1 views

    • Gwen Nachman
       
      Middle School Levels survey is great for students, encourage critical thinking, and evaluation of websites.
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    Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators offers teacher resources, including categorized lists of sites that are useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth.
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    Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is one of the best resources on the Internet. Her Critical Evaluation Information offers many excellent choices. Choose any of Schrock's evaluation resources.


Allan Algar

BBC NEWS | Europe | Web founder looks to big changes - 0 views

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    The future of the web lies in mobile phones.
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    Interesting how educators often see problems instead of opportunities.

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2008831246_apwaschoolcelljammer.html
Allan Algar

Funky Youtube: Here's the Most Amazing Mashup Music Video You Are Going to See This Month - 0 views

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    Creative.
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    I think this is a great example of creativity.
    I spoke with a musi teacher at a conference 2 years ago who did something similar. Each student played and recorded a piece of music on their instrument. They then sent it to their instructor who pieced it together. The band played a piece of music together without ever being in the same room! Very cool.
Ruth Muschinske

The Rise Of The Social Nervous System - Forbes.com - 0 views

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    One perspective on the forming of the "hive mind" via the Internet
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