These are only a few of the new augmented reality apps for education which can change the face of learning in your classroom. Augmented reality is a trend that is worth following as new apps and technologies are developed to make learning innovative, interesting and fun.
The Course Builder open source project is an experimental early step for us in the world of online education. It is a snapshot of an approach we found useful and an indication of our future direction. We hope to continue development along these lines, but we wanted to make this limited code base available now, to see what early adopters will do with it, and to explore the future of learning technology.
A great list of what not to do on facebook. Here is a simplified list of the article's advice: 1. Post Illegal Activities 2. Bullying 3. Trash Your Teachers 4. Post Objectionable Content From School Computers or Networks 5. Post Confidential Information 6. Overly Specific Location Check-Ins 7. Lie/Cheat/Plagiarize 8. Threaten Violence 9. Ignore School-Specific Policies 10. Unprofessional Public Profiles
11. Never Rely on Privacy Settings 100% 12. Post Emotionally
Our latest Storify gives some context to the ongoing media coverage of the Khan Academy. At first almost exclusively heralded as having the potential to be an education game-changer, the videos—and Salman Khan himself—have recently come under fire for what some say is questionable pedagogy.
It doesn't get more simple than this very short simple presentation. This is a very good start! If you want to learn more about this topic, you can find many resources about digital citizenship under "DML" in my tags. I used DML to stand for Digital Media Literacy. I have some other resources under "Participation" that may relate in many cases.
Boiling digital citizenship down for easy digestion (7 slides + an addendum with some research background).