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Glenn Hervieux

The Chromebook is Mightier Than the Sword: History Students Become Heroes - 2 views

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    "History students in the Perris Union High School District can do more than adorn their classroom walls with cool projects and posters. PUHSD students join larger communities of activists, historians, and journalists to make the world a better place." And they did it with Chromebooks!
Glenn Hervieux

I Teach English to Great Kids...A Blog: Plagiarism and the Google Tools to Reduce It - 4 views

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    Jennifer Roberts, a veteran English teacher in San Diego, and a Google Certified teacher, shares how she approaches plagiarism with her students and uses the tools in Google Apps & Google Search to help curb intentional and unintentional plagiarism.
Debbie Fucoloro

Project Look Sharp :: K-12 & Higher Ed. Media Literacy Lesson Plans :: Ithaca College - 0 views

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    We used Project Look Sharp resources to develop our K-8 media literacy/digital literacy/digital citzenship curriculum.
Debbie Fucoloro

Digital Professionalism - 1 views

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    Principles of Digital Professionalism Framework.

    Created for med students, but adaptable for other professional students, including education majors, etc.

Debbie Fucoloro

Court sides with two Calgary university students in Facebook free-speech case - The Glo... - 0 views

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    from etmooc session

Glenn Hervieux

Your Digital Presence - 2 views

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    Resources and tools from 2Learn.ca to support digital life skills and digital citizenship.
Brendan Murphy

Monitoring your kids on Facebook? That's so 2009. - 3 views

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  • What sex education used to be — it's now the 'technology talk'
  • But as with anything online, each of these apps comes with serious caveats.
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  • Anyone receiving a text or photo can use their 10 seconds to capture a "screenshot,
  • "It's not anything that every parent and grandparent hasn't already seen," Harkness said. The problem, he adds, is the actions "get documented, replayed and sent around," and kids "forget how fast it moves and how far it goes."
  • some of the new social networking sites have become ripe targets for spreading malware and propagating scams.
  • Also worth noting is that almost every mobile app available collects some kind of personal data, such as a person's birthdate or the location of their phone, and shares that information with third parties for marketing purposes
  • Several consumer advocates actually recommend exposing their kids to social media sites earlier than age 12, when they're more receptive to hearing lessons about online etiquette and safety.
  • Levey links her kids' devices to her iTunes account so she's aware of any program they download.
  • Federal Trade Commission's guide to talking to kids about being online: http://1.usa.gov/PWkwfp
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