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Welcome to week 2!

Welcome to week two below Erin and I have a few thoughts for you: 

Why does digital citizenship matter so much?

For me Susan, it matters because students matter and really when it comes down to it my family matters. 526 more words

Connected Learning

Exploratory 1A Ends

Exploratory 1A Ends on Thursday, October 9th.


September round-up

I like months that start on Monday. I don’t know why. I suppose it’s one of those quirky things that don’t require an explanation.

With September starting on a Monday, and no-doubt fuelled by the amazing weather, I was filled with optimism and wrote this in my journal: 224 more words


Digital Citizenship - Searching Tips

We all know that databases are amazing resources that are often underutilized as “just Google it” has become a common place for people young and old alike. 404 more words

Common Sense Media

Out of the mouths of babes

Digital Citizenship is a huge focus for me professionally and as a student.  I continuously study research on digital citizenship education.  I counsel people daily on elements of digital citizenship, such as etiquette, privacy, digital rights, and keeping a healthy balance with technology.   377 more words

Connected Educator Month #ce14 + Connected Student Month #cs14 + #digcit + #stuvoice during National Bullying Month in October = Grandslam

What a combination! Excited to get more student’s involved during the month of October in conjunction with Connected Educator Month and National Bullying Month. I’ll be co-moderating the #digcit chat on October 8, 2014 at 7pm EST with my #ed536 graduate students.   128 more words

Digital Citizenship

Being Safe Online

Hello everyone. In Health this week we are talking about online safety. While most of you probably aren’t online without supervision much yet, it is important to know that just like being safe in your community it is important to be safe online.   133 more words

Digital Citizenship