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Teach. Learn. Collaborate.: Free Doesn't Mean Barrier Free

Free Doesn’t Mean Barrier Free.

Last week I had an interesting conversation with a parent that  lluminated an issue that I think is important to those of us who are using, or advocating the use of digital tools in the classroom: Free tools aren’t necessarily barrier free. 102 more words

A New Paradigm

Introducing the Digital Tool Box!

I am proud to announce that the Digital ToolBox is online! The idea behind it is to have all the information you might need as well as any tools that would be helpful in teaching Digital Citizenship skills to your students. 354 more words

Digital Citizenship

Why Do We Need Connected Leaders?

This month, most of my writing time has been spent on a daily blog for OSSEMOOC, the project I co-lead with Mark Carbone in our current roles with  740 more words

Leading Learning

What Students Want and What Teachers Need -

Natalie Wai, a Vancouver BC teacher has surveyed her students in grades 8-12 to find answers related to their technology needs.

She has written a blog post describing what she found: 171 more words

Digital Citizenship

PSYberFest 2014

The PSYberFest team have been working together since early this year! The members of the St Felix PSYberFest team included Fiona, Angelina, Hollie, Jessica, Chiara and Andrew in Year Five. 230 more words


Digital Citizenship, Fulfilling ISTE Standard 4 Within the Classroom

Digital citizenship has quickly become a major element in the lives of our current k-12 students and any who will be passing through our education system.  734 more words

Digital Citizenship