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An exploration of the connections between research, practice and the various constructs of literacy.
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7 Steps to Create Engaging Infographics for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

7 Steps to Create Engaging Infographics for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it

The use of visual aids in teaching is a practice well established in the education literature and teaching pedagogy. Visuals tend to enhance the content's comprehensibility and simplify complex processes.


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How to Get More Out of Google Search Infographic

How to Get More Out of Google Search Infographic | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
The How to Get More Out of Google Search Infographic shows you how students can efficiently find exactly what they want on the web.

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Stay Safe From Cyber Attacks This Holiday Season [Infographic]

Stay Safe From Cyber Attacks This Holiday Season [Infographic] | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
1.5 million people fall victim to cybercrime everyday. Learn 5 key ways to stay safe online.

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Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster

Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
Through the course of our “summer school” here at Techfaster we’ve met plenty of tech savvy educators. From ISTE in early July to the NAESP show and Campus Tech that wrapped up this week, teachers, administrators and education enthusiasts were learning, sharing, and networking with each other. These are definitely the tech savvy teacher type, and that’s validated in the infographic below from Daily Genius. But just because you spent part of the summer at EdTech conferences doesn’t necessarily mean you are a tech savvy teacher. Of course the reverse is true as well, maybe you had family events and your own kids to tend to during the summer. Are you a tech savvy teacher? A strong indicator would be that you’re even reading this article here at techfaster.com. Are you keeping your students, parents, fellow teachers and administrators up to date with the goings on in your classroom with your own blog? That’s a good sign you’re a tech savvy teacher. Just think about what the communication you can have with a blog, would have been like in the days of the ditto machine? You would have to plan out your thoughts, outline them, create a ditto original, print them, pass them out to students, and just pray they didn’t end up on the floor of the school bus. Are you networking with other teachers you’ve never met on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or a knowledge sharing educational site? Are you regularly attending edtech chat or listening to podcasts? All of these are signs that you care about your own professional development, living in current times and caring about your students. YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat, Minecraft, Instagram, and Vine are all a part of your students lives. Facebook, Pinterest and email are all a part of your students’ parents’ lives. You’re almost too far behind if you’re not a “tech savvy” teacher. Check out the infographic below and see how you stack up.

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anne walker's curator insight, August 3, 8:37 AM

Some Tech-Savvy goals worth aiming towards.

arveen kaur's curator insight, August 3, 8:24 PM

Yall should know

PaolaRicaurte's curator insight, August 4, 8:06 AM

Professional routines for Tech-savvy teachers, but also useful for tech-savvy students: creation of Personal Learning Networks, belonging to learning communities, using technology for the co-production of knowledge...

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New Phishing Research: 5 Most Dangerous Email Subjects, Top 10 Hosting Countries

New Phishing Research: 5 Most Dangerous Email Subjects, Top 10 Hosting Countries | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
With cloud infrastructure easily scalable and rented botnets coming on the cheap, the cost of conducting massive phishing campaigns continues to decline for cybercriminals.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, December 11, 2013 8:36 AM

 

It's nearly almost the same countries as on Spam and others, will THEY ever learn!?

 

 

Gust MEES's curator insight, December 11, 2013 8:40 AM

 

It's nearly almost the same countries as on Spam and others, will THEY ever learn!?


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Where In The World Do The Most Young People Use Technology? - Edudemic

Where In The World Do The Most Young People Use Technology? - Edudemic | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
At first, I figured that the results of this study would be pretty obvious. First world countries with large populations and higher birth rates would be at the top of the list.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, October 20, 2013 6:33 PM

What do you think? Do you believe the results are obvious? If so, you may be surprised. Learn about the "digital natives" in the following areas:

* Who they are

* The top ten countries by percentage

* The young and connected

* Future trends

This infographic could be used to begin a discussion with students by asking what they think? What is the age range for a digital native? Which countries have the most digital natives? What does it mean to be young and connected? What do they think the future holds?

Mary Cunningham's curator insight, October 26, 2013 9:27 AM

What do you know about digital natives?