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A Holistic Framework to Train Student Leaders on Social Media

For almost seven years I worked in Jesuit higher education.  I love how much the university lives its’ mission in every piece of campus.  I include one element of Jesuit education into this post.   1,948 more words

Social Media In Higher Education

The art of sketchnoting #adesketchnotes

Confession time.

My handwriting is so messy I can barely write my name legibly.

Actually messy is an understatement.

A drunken chicken making its way across the page is a more accurate description of my penmanship. 365 more words


#digcit Returns for 2014-2015

I am thrilled to be a returning member of the #digcit Twitter chat moderation team for the 2014-2015 school year! I am even more excited to have three new moderators joining our dynamic team. 359 more words

Digital Citizenship

Getting Permission Easier than Anticipated or My Sub-Par Performance

The last few weeks I have been working with colleague Derrick Willard on Digital Citizenship Resource Guide based on Providence Day School’s new Digital Citizenship initiative. 669 more words

General Education

Speaking at the EdTech Coaches Playground at ISTE 2014

Like I said in my last post, I’m a little behind on my blogging…

ISTE 2014 in Atlanta was another whirlwind experience, and a month later I’m still processing everything. 347 more words

Professional Development

Tools for teaching information literacy

SIGS are special interest groups, usually focused on a professional subject. These groups meet or discuss their topic of special interest online or in person. This is an excellent way for people to formulate ideas and share information about a professional topic.  597 more words

Blog Post

ISTE Reflection 4: Promote and model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility

As a lead-in to our unit on research and writing a research paper, I taught a lesson on digital citizenship to 8thh grade English students.  In the warm-up/introduction, we discussed ethics and online ethics.  700 more words

ISTE Reflections