This guest post was written for us by Cynthia Lieberman, the Co-founder of CyberWise.org CyberWise have recently paired up with us to create some fantastic Digital Citizenship resources, and Cynthia is here to tell us more about the inspiration behind them: “What I hear, I forget; What I see, I remember; What I do, I…
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TryScience is a science education resource for children, parents and educators. We feature information for kids on science museums, science fair project ideas, dinosaurs, and other science discoveries.
Looking for a great project-based lesson? Teachers TryScience features hands-on lessons focused on environmental science. Each lesson is integrated with effective teaching strategies, practical how-to's and other helpful supports.
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With the growth of technology, the reliance on students to fill in the communication gap between teachers and parents has disappeared. As a result, a new challenge for teachers has emerged. Many educators are good communicators by nature, but few a
School officials at Ames Middle School shut down all social functionality (chat and video) after they discovered sexually-inappropriate language and examples of bullying. The story has been framed as a Chromebook issue. Blame the technology. Shut it down. Block the sites.
This is the eighth and final instalment (for now) in a series of posts discussing how to set up and run a WordPress blog from a relatively experienced expert, which will feature many helpful and hopefully relevant tangents.
3rd, 5th, and 8th graders have been working together to write their own interpretations of the Stations of the Cross. After they finished the reflection and writing pieces, they took to the filming studio of the church to record their thoughts and prayers. But, how to share this great work with a broader public??? Hmmm…
A simple step-by-step guide to screencasting an ebook to publish it as a movie in YouTube or Vimeo. Ideal for teachers who want to display students' work.
3 easy steps for teachers to convert iBooks into video - Book Creator for iPad app | Blog http://www.redjumper.net/blog/2013/07/3-easy-steps-for-teachers-to-convert-ibooks-into-video/ via @bookcreatorapp
Edutopia blogger Beth Holland examines how we can effectively teach four essential skills -- communication, collaboration, connection and creation -- in a classroom where mobile devices are increasingly reflecting how students think and learn. (1-27-14)
Teaching the Essential Skills of the Mobile Classroom http://edut.to/M4A5nT via @edutopia
The Los Angeles iPad program has become a national lesson in what NOT to do. Other districts, watching the slow-motion disaster in L.A., are taking heed and planning their purchases and implementation of technology with greater care than was exercised in the nation's second largest district. L.A. committed to spend $1 billion on iPads, pre-loaded…
A new facial recognition app that allows anyone to instantly look up social media and dating profiles of someone whose photo they snap has been denounced by Canadian privacy watchdogs as “creepy” and “dangerous.