Digital Citizenship in the Real World. The Digital Driver’s License is helping students navigate the hazards of the Internet.
Every new driver takes a test before ever taking the wheel. With so much at stake, it would be reckless not to. So it’s something of a mystery why, in the age of increased attention on cyberbullying and online predators, schools aren’t doing more to prep students for the inevitable realities of the Internet. Too often, digital citizenship topics like student safety and proper research methods are reduced to brief lectures that get wedged between keyboarding and software tutorials in catchall computer courses.
Sometimes the digital component to the lessons is missing altogether. According to Marty Park, chief digital officer at Kentucky’s Department of Education, 21st century topics require 21st century teaching methods. Park is a pioneer of the latter approach. In 2011, the program debuted in a handful of local Kentucky classrooms. —Via The Journal. Footprint Eight - Digital Footprint. 5 Email Etiquette Tips for Students - Some for Teachers Too. One of my pet peeves is receiving an email that from someone that just launches into a request without stopping to address me by name.
For years I have told students that I won't reply to emails if they don't write "Hi Mr. How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning. LILY BOND: Welcome, everyone, and thank you for joining this webinar, entitled "How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning for Educational Video.
" I'm Lily Bond from 3Play Media, and I'll be moderating today. I'm really excited to be joined by Blake Reid, who is an assistant clinical professor in technology policy and telecom law at Colorado Law. He has a great presentation prepared for you. I'm sure you'll really enjoy it. Common Sense Media. Search. Close(x)
Kimberly Young is a licensed psychologist and an internationally known expert on Internet addiction. She founded the Center for Internet Addiction in 1995 and is a professor at St. Bonaventure University publishing numerous articles and books including as Caught in the Net, the first to identify Internet addiction, Tangled in the Web, Breaking Free of the Web, and Internet addiction: A Handbook and Guide for Evaluation and Treatment. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The London Times, USA Today, Newsweek, Time, CNN, CBS News, Fox News, Good Morning America, and ABC’s World News Tonight.
She has received the Psychology in the Media Award from the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and the Alumni Ambassador Award for Outstanding Achievement from Indiana University at Pennsylvania. Dr. Hospital Opens First Internet Addiction Treatment Center – Brick-in-Mortar clinics treat Internet Addiction – Four Beds to Treat Internet Addiction – Generation Like. Are You What You “Like”?
February 18, 2014, 9:41 pm ET · by Nathan Tobey Even if we don’t realize it, most of us make decisions about social media every day. In the lead-up to “Generation Like,” FRONTLINE asked you to share how you use social and how it’s affecting your lives. Découvrez Google Drive : tous vos fichiers au même endroit. Selfies and Self-Objectification: A Not-So-Pretty Picture. Photo by Michelle Phan Rather, they are a clear reflection of exactly what girls and women have been taught to be their entire lives: images to be looked at.
Carefully posed, styled, and edited images of otherwise dynamic human beings for others to gaze upon and comment on. Selfies are not just images you take of yourself for yourself; they are images you take of yourself for others to see. Selfies weren’t a thing until social media made it possible to receive validation in an easy, public way online. Can We Auto-Correct Humanity? Generation Like. Think Before You Link. Training. Este programa no está disponible en español en este momento.
Estamos trabajando en una versión español. Por favor, vuelva más tarde o utilizar la versión Inglés. Gracias. Sponsored by: Online Educator Training Program What is it? NetSmartz® Workshop and Club Penguin™ have teamed up to offer a self-paced, online training program to help you teach Internet safety and prepare kids to be better digital citizens. This training will cover the issues of: 7 Ways to Deal With Digital Distractions in the Classroom.
Some call today’s students “digital natives.”
Others call them the “distracted generation.” Whichever term you prefer, it’s clear they’re both far more than labels: they capture the core conflict many of us involved in education — educators, parents, and even students — feel about the use of technology in the classroom. To educators who embrace new technologies wholeheartedly, digital devices are a powerful tool for creating an engaged and individualized educational experience. To those that are a little more hesitant, digital devices seem more like a quick route to Instagram and Facebook — that is, to distractions that interfere with the educational experience, rather than boosting it. Training.