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As I wrap up my most recent course in pursuance of my master’s degree, I am taking the time to reflect. I have learned a lot about copyright laws and how we in education seem to be a bit ignorant about them. I also learned a lot of about the history of digital citizenship and… Continue reading Wrapping Up A Course in Digital Citizenship
Cyberbullying is cause for real concern in the 21st century as technology has become a significant part of our lives. In order to address the concern, however, cyberbullying needs to be defined. According to Sameer Hinduja and Justin Patchin, cyberbullying is “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other… Continue reading Cyberbullying – How can we help our kids?
I learned something new this week! Even though I have taught my students about copyrights for the last two years, I never knew that it was housed in the Library of Congress. When reading a white paper by the Hudson Institute, my eyes were opened to many new things. The first thing that stood out… Continue reading Copyrights – Did you know??
If you’ve spent any time in education, you’ve heard the term “digital citizenship”. But what does it mean, how do we promote it as educators, and what are some resources that will help implementation of digital citizenship? I’ve explored many different documents on digital citizenship and I have focused on three definitions: According to Mike… Continue reading Digital Citizenship: A buzz word or the new way?
Every campus has needs. Each campus has strengths, of course, but they also have needs. How do we identify and address those needs? One solution is a needs assessment. The first item to be addressed with my faculty would be purpose of a needs assessment. The purpose of any needs assessment is the same, whether… Continue reading Needs Assessment