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Digital Citizenship

Dealing with having to Deal Digital Citizenship has several meanings. One definition states it is about confident and positive engagement with digital technologies. http://www.virtuallibrary.com Digital citizenship requires members to behave maturely and civilly. Anyone who regularly interacts online is a digital citizen. Digital citizenship refers to the responsible use of technology by anyone using computers, Continue reading Digital Citizenship

Final Call to Action

Introduction The why in education is so important, especially when it comes to teacher development. My professional learning is empathy and immersing our students into the best practices and behaviors when teaching and learning in a digital environment. Why create professional knowledge for compassion? Teachers need the best direction on handling students when change is Continue reading Final Call to Action

Reflective Experience and Successful online Courses

Now that we have moved to Virtual Teaching and Learning here are a few website and links to make instruction valuable. Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/ Virtual Nerd https://www.virtualnerd.com/ ClassDojo https://www.classdojo.com/ BrainPop https://www.brainpop.com/ edX http://www.edx.org/ TedTalk https://www.ted.com/playlists/86/talks_to_watch_with_kids I have found success with all platforms including for myself. The internet is a wonderful tool. When using online website Continue reading Reflective Experience and Successful online Courses

Outline for the Online Course EDLD 5318

Week Five-September 14-18 Students will write and film short films. They will see the two apps the district has approved to use in our LMS, iMovie, and WeVideo Students will choose from the selections from the page with different topics. Each topic has a lesson in empathy. Students will have a week to complete assignments. Continue reading Outline for the Online Course EDLD 5318