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Back to School: 10 Privacy Tips for the Connected Student

Back to School: 10 Privacy Tips for the Connected Student | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it
Whether a ninth grader, college senior or parent, these privacy tips can help you and your family stay safe online this school year.

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A Look Inside the Digital Lives of Tweens | MindShift

A Look Inside the Digital Lives of Tweens | MindShift | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it

This story of two young tweens makes you wonder how much supervised time on the net is okay for this age group and where we as adults need to be vigilant.  Are our kids getting too much?  At this age I am thinking yes they are.


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Why Schools Need to Get Social, Local and Mobile - Mashable

Why Schools Need to Get Social, Local and Mobile - Mashable | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it
Why Schools Need to Get Social, Local and MobileMashableWith the general public obsessed with asking Siri to help them learn, plan and do, we're now primed to expect even more from our VPAs.

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Mark Monsen's curator insight, May 6, 2015 12:34 AM

Very informative

David Prince's curator insight, May 27, 2015 1:06 AM

A very powerful insight to where classrooms are heading with Technology. I like to acronym SoLoMo meaning Social, Location, Mobile. As technology is transforming our lives it is clear that it is also assisting the transformative ideas within classroom teaching. Troy Williams clearly addresses the ideas that teachers in the near future have to adapt and engage students with up to date practices, like using mobile phones within classrooms.   

Kaylah Fox's curator insight, June 3, 2015 10:11 PM

This is a great piece on the necessity of using resources that students are familiar and comfortable with to further their learn in a contemporary classroom environment. Rather than finding new technologies daunting they can be liberating.

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Designing the 21st Century K-12 Classroom

Designing the 21st Century K-12 Classroom | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it
It's not enough to take a traditional K-12 classroom and fill it with technology.

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Educational Origami - Global Digital Citizen – the role of the teacher

Educational Origami - Global Digital Citizen – the role of the teacher | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it

What makes a great teacher?  Learn about ethical, digital citizenship and how to protect your students online. 


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Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's comment, February 28, 2012 1:02 PM
digital citiizenship, ethics
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educational-origami - 21st Century Pedagogy

educational-origami - 21st Century Pedagogy | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it

How we teach must reflect how our students learn. It must also reflect the world our students will move into. This is a world which is rapidly changing, connected, adapting and evolving. Our style and approach to teaching must emphasise the learning in the 21st century..


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Tony Meehan's curator insight, June 29, 2014 2:41 PM

For those who are just getting to grips with the power of Twitter, e.g. me, the awareness of just how quickly the world around us is changing comes sharply in to focus.  pupils in schools today have grown up with this understanding, and we, as educators, have a huge responsibility to bring our practice up to date and in line with this rapidly changing world. Young people can in theory cut themselves off from the world and, through the power of technology keep themselves to themselves, entertain themselves 24/7.  They don't need us.  But they do, in order to help them grow and develop as human beings, to learn to control the media to which they have such ready access, not to be controlled by it.

This article outlines how pedagogy in this golden age of technology needs to change.  It provides a good platform for continuing professional development.

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Technology Changes Teaching, Learning

Technology Changes Teaching, Learning | 21 st Century Teaching | Scoop.it

The fast paced, ever-changing world of technology has impacted education in ways that are often difficult to comprehend. This article will highlight various types of technology and educational applications used at Morris Community High School.


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