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Building Habits of Credibility into the Curriculum & the Conversation

How do we help children identify and understand information that is not credible?

Election seasons provide some of the best opportunities to teach 21st Century young people about credibility — in school, at home, online and off.  569 more words

Parents And Technology

Unlearning and Other Jedi Mind Tricks - Finding the (Creative) Force

I believe the greatest calling of an educator is to inspire one’s students to want to wonder and learn about things on their own, and to… 3,544 more words

30. Review of From Counterculture to Cyberculture (Turner 2006)

Book review by Paul Duguid, Jan 3, 2007

From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the
Rise of Digital Utopianism by Fred Turner… 1,289 more words

Howard Rheingold - Author of Smart Mobs and Net Smart

Read Howard Rheingold’s About section for words that only he can express about him so succinctly. In addition to the numerous books he’s written, he provides links on his website to… 20 more words


Why We All Need Digital Know-How

The average 21st century dweller has grown up during, or witnessed, the technological revolution of computers. Aside from some outliers of the global population, nearly everyone has been exposed to forms of digital literacy. 571 more words

Digital Literacies: The Importance Of Being A Competent Web User

Howard Rheingold is a writer, a teacher, a critic, and a person living in a rapidly expanding digital culture. Because cyberculture is prevalent within many societies across the globe, Rheingold allocates much of his time to researching and writing about the topic. 316 more words

Digital Literacy: For Fun & Profit!

Learning one’s way around online and digital spaces is relevant, whether you are someone long outside the younger generation or of the modern, social media-driven youth culture. 525 more words