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Carolina Ventura

Teenagers, Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites - 52 views

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    Risks posed by forms of abusive behaviour such as cyber-bullying and grooming have been emphasised, both in the mainstream media and in policy responses, however comparatively little attention has been given to the potential legal risks that children and young people may face when they use social networking services (SNS).
    Nice presentation about Teenagers.Thanks for your share.
Janet Bianchini

Pair Activities With the iPad - 58 views

    Another useful presentation from the remarkable Shelly Terrell
    very useful iPad Pair activities
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Allison Burrell

portaportal home - 12 views

    Portaportal is a web based bookmarking utility that lets you store links to your favorite websites online. Now your bookmarks are no longer limited to any one machine.
Dean Mantz

Tuesday's Tech Tip 02/15/11 - Technology Integration - 17 views

    Using Mac's Preview application to separate or merge PDF files
Ivan Travkin

We Are All Connected | Connected Principals - 8 views

  • In fact, nearly all of the most hyped developments on the Web in the past few years have been tools for augmenting social connection…
  • This is why it is frustrating when there is talk that the use of technology and social media sites actually disconnects our students, when in my own experience, I have found the opposite. The more I have connected through our staff and student blogs, the more I have learned about them and what is happening in the classroom.
  • As educators, we need to continue to find safe and effective ways for our students to have the opportunity to participate in this human network.
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  • If relationships are the foundation of our schools, and technology helps to create and enhance these, it is hard to contest that social media should not be more apparent in our learning environments.
    Relationships are the key foundation to the success of students in our schools. The more we connect with them, the more likely they are to succeed. This is not only true with our students, but also essential with our staff. If we know those we serve, the more likely we are to all be successful.
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