Trolling for Learning about the Polarization of Public Discourse

Photo by Ivan Bertolazzi from Pexels Recently, there seems to have been news that Finland would be implementing a 4 day working week. This however, was not true […]

#553 Free pictures with Pexels

If you love Unsplash, then you are going to love Pexels too. Pexels is another stock photo website that provides high quality images for free! […]

Buzzword Breakdown: Making Sense of Digital Learning

As teachers, we all want to prepare our students for educational and career success in their future. We also know that there are multiple ways […]

Tools to Inspire Collaborative Discussions

Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! More important than the learning that transpires in our classrooms is the learning we inspire beyond […]

#549 Create an interactive world map with Padlet

Padlet is a firm favourite at 1minuteCPD HQ. Padlet is constantly reinventing itself and introducing new features. I discovered the Map wall the other day […]

The Future is Today

Photo by Tomas Ryant from Pexels As I witness the rapid changes online regarding education, I continue asking why digital literacies are still not taught more regularly in […]

Frosted For Writing

Have you ever heard that unhappy groan, seen the eye-roll of despair and then again, the sigh of resignation when the word "writing" is mentioned […]

Why Digital Literacies are an Important Part of Every Class

The path to quality information is not straight. A recent survey from Project Information Literacy explored how college students engage with news. Most survey respondents encounter some […]

#545 Nearpod Add-on for Google Slides

Did you know that Google Slides now has an Add-on for Nearpod? The Nearpod Add-on for Google Slides allows you to add in Nearpod’s interactive […]

The Challenges of Combating Online Fake News: A Review of ‘Dead Reckoning’

This article was originally posted on the AACE Review by Sandra Rogers. The Data & Society Research Institute has produced and shared informative articles on […]

Digital Capability and Critical Media

Photo by Úrsula Madariaga from Pexels I remember well when I first signed up to connect to the WWW. The dial-up sound promised open worlds and unlimited discoveries. […]

Five Cybersecurity Tips for Newbies

It’s that time of year again, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). The October, 2019 theme is “Own it. Secure it. Protect it.” While NCSAM offers […]

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