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Creating active, engaged, civil, informed, educated, & competent citizens (Free infographic included!)

Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? I mean . . . active, engaged, civil, informed, educated, and competent. That’s a mouthful. And do we seriously need to kids who exhibit ALL of those traits? 1,013 more words


Prepping kids for a complex world

Last May, I pushed this out. It still seems relevant. So . . . today? A #mondaymemory post. Enjoy!


Need a brain break? Ready for some current event / world culture / global literacy questions? 972 more words


Knowing the Difference Between Digital Skills and Digital Literacies and Teaching Both

Hertz-Newman, Jenny


Bali, M. (2016). Knowing the difference between digital skills and digital literacies and teaching both. Literacy Today. Retrieved from: https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-daily/2016/02/03/knowing-the-difference-between-digital-skills-and-digital-literacies-and-teaching-both

This article makes the important distinction between… 140 more words

21st Century Skills

How "Flipped" Classrooms Benefit Kids

I don’t know about you, but I presume that someday technology will rule us all. If I’ve learned anything from movies, it’s that technology is a threat; the cold, precise, and perfectly engineered “other” which enslaves us sad little flesh blobs of humanity. 695 more words