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
It is becoming an expectation that all students use technology in some respect to complete assignments at school. Between digital citizenship, net neutrality, and the discussion of digital footprints, educators and parents have a lot to think about. At a national and global level, I think an emerging issue regarding digital learning is the lack… Continue reading Digital Footprints & Net Neutrality
Watch the first PowToon movie I created or read the transcript below. https://www.powtoon.com/embed/dphw0sdYnmO/ Transcript: E-mail, short for electronic mail, is fascinating. Ray Tomlinson was the creator of e-mail in 1971, creating a system for communication within an organization. However, it quickly grew to become a more complex system. By the year 2000, having an e-mail… Continue reading Evolution of E-mail
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?