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ISTE 2015 Independent School Outstanding Educator Award Video

I am honored and, yes, thrilled, that my colleagues in the independent school educational technology community selected me to receive the 2015 International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) Independent School Outstanding Educator Award. 64 more words

Digital Parenting

eKAVACH your loved ones in the online world

Internet and eKAVACH!

Well it seriously bothers me when today’s kids start early but on the wrong note. Before learning other things, they begin to hum Honey Singh’s abusive lyrics and google Sunny Leone’s dance numbers.

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Parents: Discover Your Digital Footprints & Teach Your Children Well

Yes, once again it’s summer! To celebrate the season I’m writing specifically for the parents of digital kids — suggesting ways that parents can use this more relaxed time of year to learn more about their own digital footprints. 865 more words

Parents And Technology

10 Digital Wellness Thoughts to Consider

These days everyone talks about personal wellness — those steps that people need to take to remain physically and mentally healthy and strong. But what about digital wellness?  948 more words

Parents And Technology

So What Happens to Social Media Data? Read the Terms of Service!

I am preparing to make a presentation to a group of well-informed teens at a school. In the process, I’ve reread the terms of service at a range of social media sites to remind myself about what can potentially happen to the pictures, comments, videos, and other content that we share on social media. 591 more words

Parents And Technology

MediaTechParenting: Recommended in Time.com Article

So thrilled to see this recommendation and the blog visitors it generated! Thanks @StefanieFBrown!

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Digital Parenting

Don’t Be Afraid of Device-free Times in Your Family!

My March 2011 post, Five Tech-free Times for Families, discussed the importance of planning family time-out activities away from digital devices. Time away from screens, I noted, provides family members with opportunities to communicate with one another and enjoy activities that do not require technology (playing outside, eating together, reading, enjoying a game). 366 more words

Parents And Technology