SO, you are a retired EDUcator, TEACHer, Instructor, LEHRENDER: WHAT to do NOW?!!

. . SO, you are a retired EDUcator, TEACHer, Instructor, LEHRENDER: WHAT to do NOW?!! Well, that was the question I was asking myself when […]

Episode 148 for October 16-31, 2019: Instructional Design & Professional Development, Hardware & Software, Security & Digital Citizenship, and Online Teaching and Learning.

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include October 16-31, 2019 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. For this […]

CyberSecurity: I DON’T accept WHY people DON’T understand to apply Updates on THEIR computers & Smartphones as it is about Responsibility AND Cyber-Hygiene

. . Let us talk about Hygiene… Strange, I make an introduction about Hygiene in an Cyber-Security Blog, ISN’T it?!! Well, there is a reason […]

Celebrating Digital Citizenship Week with Powerful Resources

Digital citizens are critical thinkers. They carefully weigh evidence and sources and come to informed conclusions about what they encounter online. They are digitally literate, […]

Research in the Age of the Filter Bubble

We live in a personalized world. Everything from the music we listen to, the firmness of our mattresses, and the news briefings delivered to us […]

News Literacy, Digital Citizenship and Problem Solving

Helping students become educated consumers of online information is a corner stone of digital literacy. There may be no immediate solution to the proliferation of […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Esports, Newfangled Libraries, and More

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of biweekly ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy — and if you have a story […]

All Aboard with Digital Literacies

How confident are you in your digital skills? How confident are your students? All Aboard is a place where you can sharpen your digital awareness […]

Curation of Your Online Persona Through Self-Care and Responsible Citizenship

  I’m excited to announce that I finalized my first chapter for the K-12 book titled, Leveraging Technology to Improve School Safety and Student Wellbeing […]

Bridging the New Digital Divide

Parents often don’t get it. When psychologist Candice L. Odgers says there is no compelling evidence that spending time online has a detrimental effect on teens’ […]

What’s the Role of the School in Educating Children in a Datafied Society?

Of the many calls on schools, one is that they should teach children about their online privacy and data, so they are ready for the […]

Increase Student Engagement with Pear Deck

As teachers, we all face the challenge of how to keep students engaged in our lessons. We also want to get authentic formative feedback in […]

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