Monthly Archives: October 2015

Common Sense and SETDA Join Forces to Help Finish The Job of Connecting Every U.S. Classroom and Library to High-Speed Internet

For Immediate Release Common Sense and SETDA Join Forces to Help Finish The Job of  Connecting Every U.S. Classroom and Library to High-Speed Internet Ahead of Next Week’s SETDA Conference, They Unveil New Toolkit to Help States and Schools Apply … Continue reading

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Resources for Digital Citizenship Week: October 18 – 24

Grown-ups dread it. Kids need it. It’s time to have The Talk. You don’t want kids learning about the birds and the bees on the playground. And when it comes to navigating social media, online games, smartphones, and the Internet, … Continue reading

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How to Use Your Computer

This is pretty awesome.  I thought I would share. Great illustrations to check your posture while using the computer! How to Use Your Computer by Mati Baig  https://youtu.be/mFR4yBoCEZU

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Apply now for your school or district to be honored as a model of #SecondarySchoolSuccess

Excellence and Innovation in Secondary Schools Is your school or district a model of secondary school success? As part of its mission to promote high school transformation, the Alliance for Excellent Education (the Alliance) is seeking to discover and share … Continue reading

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10 Social Media Competencies for 21st Century Teachers

Digital social networking is a game changer in the learning landscape. It is an invention that amounts in its importance and usefulness to the big inventions that marked all mankind history. In ancient times, cultures, in the absence of any … Continue reading

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