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Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is a digital epidemic. It is a binary malice that I assure you, was not part of the plan when creators of the internet were thinking of connecting people. Its consequences are deadly and we as scholastic leaders we have to be constantly reminding ourselves and those we serve that the problem is latent and […]

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THE REAL Life STAY IN THE HOME Mom Success Stories

THE REAL Life STAY IN THE HOME Mom Success Stories Social skills may be hard for youngsters and folks. Mr Gardiner discussed while broadly medical researchers in the countless analyses expressed support for medicinal cannabis, this won’t suggest a willingness to provide it. The companies we complete the job for offer us the modifications and […]

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Copyright

As educators we have to remember that effective use of intellectual property is a must and there are several tools that can guide us. But first, we have to make it a point to check our workflows and pipelines that deal with copyright and avoid falling short of what is required from us legally and […]

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Digital Citizenship

This week made me think about our binge of online life and our digital footprint and how we are going to have an impact guiding young learners and I have considered what are going to be the scenarios that we are going to have to deal with as technology moves forward. We have to be […]

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Hello world

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Digital Citizenship

Considering I hope to be a leader of opinion in technology education, I am glad I am directed to think about digital citizenship. Collectively, we must understand the concept of a digital citizen as a result of a change in the way we interact. We have developed an ecosystem that offers content, interaction, and access.  If […]

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How Laurel School, an all girls school, in Ohio is teaching girls to deal with stress — Quartz at Work

Source: How Laurel School, an all girls school, in Ohio is teaching girls to deal with stress — Quartz at Work If you hang an enemy on the gallows you will check the writing resume teaching philosophy cover letter be victorious.

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Using my eportfolio for digital leadership

Using my portfolio for digital leadership I decided to make the investment in myself. An eportfolio is a expose of your ideals and with this comes the resposibility to create content that can be peculiar enough to be outstanding among all the noise. Now that I have an eportfolio I feel like a leader of […]

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Who owns the eportfolio

Ownership I think ownership is subjective to the eye of the beholder. ePortfolios that show ownership, voice and agency may not fully project an idea. For example, a person may explain but it may not be enough to fully understand to concept because it may be abstract or maybe not even on point. Maybe it’s […]

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Why you should use an eportfolio?

To ePortfolio or not to ePortfolio, that shouldn’t be the question. I admire how Harapnuik, Thibodeaux, and Cummings embrace an ever-changing future and how “you need to help them learn how to learn and prepare them to be adaptable, flexible, and innovative”, which is indicative of the need for a product as unique as an […]

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