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John Pearce

Google Family Safety Centre - 2 views

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    "We know how important it is to protect and educate young people on using the Internet and want to provide all of our users with a safe experience. When it comes to family safety, we aim to: * Provide parents and teachers with tools to help them choose what content their children see online * Offer tips and advice to families about how to stay safe online * Work closely with organisations such as charities, others in our industry and government bodies dedicated to protecting young people "
John Pearce

YouTube - googlefamilysafety's Channel - 3 views

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    A collection of videos from Google employees around the globe talking aboutGoogleplus other resources.
John Pearce

YouTube - A Common Sense Approach to Internet Safety - 0 views

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    Google and Common Sense Media have teamed up to create this video of common sense tips and rules for families to help keep their children safe online.
Rhondda Powling

Digital Culture & Education: Classroom perspectives - Digital Culture & Education - 2 views

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    In this issue we present articles that push the boundaries of research on digital cultures, teaching, and technologies in fruitful and generative directions.  Researchers and practitioners in this issue present case studies and analysis of practical classroom use of copyright literacies, learning management systems, mobile/cell phones, social video, Twitter, and Google Reader.  The articles demonstrate how the affordances of digital culture have shifted our understandings of how pupils learn as content can be accessed, designed, and shared.  Despite the affordances of digital culture, teaching and learning-with and through digital technologies-requires effective pedagogy.  Digital technologies are not 'teacher-proof' tools; they require thoughtful and thorough integration into pedagogy, in a manner that reflects carefully articulated instructional and learning goals
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