Sign in - Google Accounts. EDUC 661 Student ePortfolios. Embedding Adobe Spark Video in Blogger. Written Reflection: Challenge 1. Due Mar 6 by 11:59pm Points 20 Submitting a website url 5 Steps to Completing This Assignment.
Write a post that includes the 5 elements listed below.Embed your Adobe Spark video into the blog post. Publish your post.Tweet the link with your post's title and these 3 hashtags: #EDUC661 #ConnectedEducator #PLNClick Submit Assignment and provide a link to that Tweet. 5 Elements of Your Blog Post Introduction. 1488873599 03/06/2017 11:59pm Rubric Find Rubric. Video Story: Challenge 1. Due Mar 6 by 11:59pm Points 20 Overview of Your Video Story.
For Teachers. How To Set Up A Blog (From Scratch Using Blogger.com) Adding Links, Images, and Videos in Your Annotations – Hypothes.is Help Center. One of the neat things about web annotation and Hypothesis in particular is the ability of the annotator to include links, images, and videos in their annotations.
We'd argue annotations simply look better when they are more media rich in this way. But it's also true that links and images/videos can help your arguments be more persuasive. Links Inserting links (always good to support your claims or provide further information in an annotation) is pretty straightforward using hypothes.is. Here's the link button: What is a Global Digital Citizen and Why Does the World Need Them? One of the questions we’re asked most often is “what is a Global Digital Citizen?”
Being a Global Digital Citizen is about more than just being a citizen of Earth. These are leaders, learners, and creators. It’s a way of living well in a world that’s changing fast, and showing others how to do the same. Carl Sagan once defined an ideal citizenry as people “with minds wide awake and a basic understanding of how the world works.” Global Digital Citizens are concerned with connection and contribution.
With all this in mind, welcome to your definitive guide to understanding the Global Digital Citizen. Two Citizens in One When connected technology first started to appear in schools, educators quickly realized the need for guidelines for acceptable use. Global Citizenship is a well-understood concept relating to how one participates in and contributes to the world as a whole. Over the past few decades, we’ve experienced the creation, expansion and assimilation of the digital world. 13 Great Twitter Chats Every Educator Should Check Out. Education Twitter chats take place when a group of educators "meet" on Twitter at an agreed upon time, using an agreed upon hashtag, to discuss topics of interest in education.
Twitter chats range from small discussions with only a few participants to huge conversations with dozens or even hundreds of educators taking part! They provide a unique opportunity for educators to discuss specific topics of interest and connect with colleagues around the world. The word from educators in the trenches is that these chats are making a profound difference in how educators are improving their professional practice, providing ideas, resources and inspiration in ways never thought possible.
8 Tips for Great Blog Posts – MICHELLE PACANSKY-BROCK. My Advanced Teaching with Technology students, who are teachers, are starting their own blog.
As I guide them through becoming bloggers, I have been reminded of how distinct blogging is from academic writing. I’m writing this post to support my students, as well as other educators venturing into blogging. The fact is, making a blog is simple but, in the era of knowledge abundance, enticing people to read your posts is not so easy. Our mobile era places each of us in an endless stream of digital resources. We make choices, often very quickly, about what to read and what to disregard. Be meaningful. The Educator’s Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons. The Edublogs support team regularly receives complaints and official requests to remove copyrighted content that users have placed on blogs.
The legal jargon with respect to digital copyrights can be confusing – especially since different countries have their own laws and regulations. Understanding digital copyright is an essential skill we need to understand and teach our students. With this post, we hope to dispel a few myths and pull together a complete list of resources for teachers and students to use when blogging and working with content online. This post was originally written by Ronnie Burt, on the Edublogger, on Feb, 2012. It’s been re-written with content and comments from the original post combined with updated content by Sue Waters. Rule 1: You Can’t Use Everything You Find On the Web This may seem obvious, but judging by the notices we have received, many teachers (and especially students) are under the impression that if it is on the web, then it is up for grabs. 1. 2. Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacy - Netsafe: Supporting New Zealand internet users.
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Nial Bradshaw The widespread adoption of technology and our increasing use of digital platforms means that every New Zealander needs to know how to model responsible behaviours as successful ‘digital citizens’ in real-world contexts. Essential elements of digital citizenship.