Digital Citizenship Education. 15 Lesson Plans For Making Students Better Online Researchers. Via Edudemic Google is usually one of the first places students turn to when tasked with an assignment.
Whether it’s for research, real-time results, or just a little digital exploration … it’s important they know how to properly Google. Lucky for teachers (and students, of course), Google has a handy set of lesson plans that are just waiting to be unleashed upon the leaders of tomorrow. While I understand there’s a LOT more to research than just Googling, it’s important to note that this is where nearly all students start their research. Therefore, it’s a critical skill if they’re going to start down the right paths. Below are 15 lesson plans courtesy of Google designed to make students better online researchers. Check out the useful Lesson Plan Map too to see how all these lessons fit together and what skills they teach.
Beginner Level Pick the best words to use in academic searching, whether students are beginning with a full question or a topic of just a few words. Intermediate Level. 15 Lesson Plans For Making Students Better Online Researchers. Training. Este programa no está disponible en español en este momento.
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And I’ve never seen a more dangerous application targeting teenagers, specifically girls, than SnapChat. The premise of SnapChat is simple. You take a picture, send it to a friend, and they can only see it for up to 10 seconds before it’s deleted. And that’s where the lie begins. Internet safety for teens. Step D… Seven Steps To Website Evaluation For Students… Promoting Digital Citizenship…Domain Anatomy. Welcome to a this fourth in a series that is must read for any educator wanting to facilitate web page evaluation by students.
It includes a new step in web evaluation information along with a poster for that step you can use in the classroom Best of all, it supports students becoming scholarly digital citizens. First, to ensure you do not miss one of these valuable posts or other resources covering PBL, Digital Curriculum, Web 2.0, STEM, 21st century learning, and technology integration please sign up for 21centuryedtech by email or RSS. As always, I invite you to follow me on twitter (@mjgormans). Please give this post a retweet and pass it on.
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Resources. Power to Learn - Internet Smarts. 17 Cartoon Videos Explaining the Internet and Internet Safety to Kids. Ten social media commandments for kids & parents. Remember when we were kids and our parents sat us down to discuss the birds and the bees?
(Yea, neither do I but we will talk about that later….) As parents we are told we should talk with our kids about difficult topics like alcohol, drugs, sex and pornography. Today’s generation has a new topic to add to the list. Social Media. Since the launch of MySpace in 2003 – and subsequently Facebook in 2004 – social media has exploded and many parents are finding it hard to keep up. Talk to your kids about Social Media. These are main points to keep in mind. The original post, “10 Social Media Commandments for Kids & Parents” by Stephanie Bice was originally published on stephaniebice.com Original Article Image by James Tissot [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. Your Password is Obsolete. 17 Cartoon Videos Explaining the Internet and Internet Safety to Kids. Digital Education - EverFi.
- Get to Know "Google: Good to Know" 0 Comments November 25, 2012 By: Bob Sprankle Nov 24 Written by: 11/24/2012 4:55 PM ShareThis Here's a great little gem I learned about recently: Google's "Good to Know" page.
Though "Family Safety Center" is a "subcategory" on the page, it is a "goldmine" of useful information. However, the section I appreciate the most on this page is the "More Resources" section. No resource page would be complete without Common Sense Media (in my opinion) and it's included with plenty of other great sites. So, get to know Google's "Good to Know" page; it offers an entire curriculum for students across the grade spectrum, and is an excellent resource for staff and parent training. Alert to All Users of the Disqus commenting system: Because of a recent global security issue, the Disqus website recommends that all users change their Disqus passwords. Online safety & civility. Online Safety 3.0 - on and off the fixed and mobile Internet.