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Maths! Cameras! Tessellations!

I love it when I get tip-offs from teachers about something they have seen or heard from another class, as this shows our staff are increasingly sharing what is happening  458 more words


The Balancing Act of Life

This is something I struggle with everyday.  As a connected educator, I just can’t keep up. I want to join Twitter chats (and lots of them), I want to participate in deep and meaningful conversations in the Google communities I have joined, I want to create content not just a consume it, but… 383 more words

Digital Citizenship

Being Connected Professionals and Parents

Last week Routledge and NAEYC co-released Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning edited by Chip Donohue.  This book includes 17 chapters from 23 experts and “provides strategies, theoretical frameworks, link to research evidence, descriptions of best practice, and resources to develop essential digital literacy knowledge, skills, and experience for early childhood educators in the digital age”.   504 more words


Be Proactive

Over the past several days, we’ve gathered at the carpet to read books, participate in class discussions, and view short video clips as part of our instruction at school about what it means to… 149 more words

Digital Citizenship - Online Privacy

Creating a productive digital footprint is something we want all students to embrace. Our Grades 3-5 topic this week is “Online Privacy” as they move through Common Sense Media’s… 201 more words

Digital Footprint

The digital tattoo: another take on your digital footprint.

In a recent interview with Gary Cipinko, a Learning Coach from School District 65 in Everston Illinois, we chatted about his interpretation of the digital tattoo and why maybe this is a better metaphor can have a conversation regarding what your presence looks like online.

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Lessons Learned

#WordsHurt: Interactive cyberbullying awareness campaign from the Government of Canada

The Government of Canada has just launched an new interactive video on their youtube channel where you can send a text (positive or negative) and see how the recipient reacts to it. 80 more words

Digital Citizenship