This past Friday, my wife (@sfryer) and I facilitated a full-day, hands-on workshop about ways to use iPads in the classroom with students to “show what they know with media.” 164 teachers participated in the workshop, which was held in two adjacent ballrooms of the Alumni Center at Kansas State University. The event, iCamp iPad Day, was hosted by the College of Education at Kansas State (@ksucollegeofed) and organized by Cyndi Danner Kuhn (@cyndidannerkuhn). The workshop included many elements of iPad Media Camp (@iPadMediaCamp), a 3 day workshop I’ve offered in the summertime the past four years. During the planning stages for “iCamp iPad Day,” Shelly and I discussed the different sharing options we wanted to model for participants and encourage them to use. We decided to use the term “INSIDE SHARING” for the private sharing we’d do during the workshop using SeeSaw. We decided to use the term “OUTSIDE SHARING” for public sharing on Twitter using our #iCampKSU hashtag and other open websites. In this post, I’ll explain why both inside and outside digital sharing are important, and how we can use these terms with students, teachers, parents and others to advocate for SHARING AS A MORAL IMPERATIVE (hat tip to Dean Shareski @shareski).