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  • Paul Jensen posted an update:   5 months, 3 weeks ago · View

    Assisting with EduSocial settings.

  • Charity Nix uploaded a new profile picture   6 months ago · View

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post PBS iPad Apps   11 months, 1 week ago · View

    Here are some additional resources provided by North Dakota Prairie Public Broadcasting System http://www.prairiepublic.org/education/teachers/

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    A5: To model responsible digital citizenship with and in front of students.

    To set a good example, “I am a teacher, I am a life-long learner, no matter what my age or experience, I use all types of tools (digital or analog) to learn, collaborate and grow.”

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    Question #5 What are your responsibilities, as teacher or administrator, to assist students in becoming responsible digital citizens?

    Note: be specific…

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    A4: Look for resources today that may help us answer Q4. Copy and paste the URL of those good resources.

    Again, thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience with your colleagues.

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    Question #4 How can we assist students in becoming confident and safe users internet tools for work, learning, play and conducting digital commerce? Note: Younger students may not be familiar with conducting digital commerce, the buying and/or selling of goods and/or services online. However, young students can be involved in simulations, mock online purchases, or [...]

  • Paul Jensen wrote a new blog post: Welcome   1 year ago · View

    …to Digital Citizenship! This is Unit 4 , from EduTech’s 16-hour online workshop titled ” Digital Literacy “. The Digital Literacy workshop is based on the Library and Technology Literacy Standards – Draft . This Unit contains 5 Lessons, we will work with these lessons face-to-face today. Unit 4 – Digital Citizenship What is Digital Citizenship? Identity Theft Cyber-Bullying Cyber Predator Pornography, Sexting EduTech – YouTube Channel edutechnd [...]

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    A3: The obvious answer is no! This provides great opportunities to learn and teach each other about the consent we may give to cyberbullies, cyberpredators and others.

    Please respond to Q3: with grade/age appropriate level strategies to say no!

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    Harry J. Gensler’s version of the Golden Rule – “Treat others only as you consent to being treated in the same situation.” Question #3 – Will you consent to be treated poorly? Note: this version of the Golden Rule provides students with a context for developing skills to ignore, say no, not respond, not pass [...]

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    A2: If a service/site is blocked (filtered) in your school district. It can be difficult to assist each other (teachers & students) in becoming responsible digital citizens.

    Note: EduTech is required to filter each school to the CIPA minimums. Each school chooses filter categories above and/or beyond the minimums.

    http://www.edutech.nodak.edu/services/technical-services/internet-filtering/

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    Question #2 – How can you empower students to learn and teach digital citizenship in a collaborative and safe setting (classroom)?

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    A1: If a student uses the word ‘selfie’ and I don’t know what that means. I can let the students teach me. Note: A1 refers to your answer to Question #1. Use A1, A2, A3…A5 within your Replies to the Questions on this page. Thank you. And as always, be polite, be safe, be positive [...]

  • Paul Jensen commented on the blog post Introduction   1 year ago · View

    Question #1 – How might you incorporate digital citizenship in your classrooms and schools?

  • Charity Nix wrote a new blog post: The Great Nature Project   1 year, 2 months ago · View

    Thumbnail Join National Geographic September 21-29 in sharing plants and animals in your world, with the whole world.  You can also help achieve and be a part of a Guinness World Record title for the largest online photo album of animals. How to participate: Get outside and snap a photo of a plant or animal in your area Upload your [...]

  • Charity Nix wrote a new blog post: Map from T3G Institute-NAEP Scores Reading Math Science   1 year, 2 months ago · View

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  • Charity Nix wrote a new blog post: Only A Few Left!!   1 year, 2 months ago · View

    Thumbnail Get Your Scholarship for EduTech’s Summer GIS Workshop Be one of the first 10 to submit your name to  tabitha.lang@sendit.nodak.eduand receive a scholarship for $250. EduTech and ND Career and Technical Education (ND CTE) are joining together to offer scholarships totaling $250 to the  first 10 registrants (EduTech $100 and CTE $150) for this summer’s GIS 2013 (Geographic [...]

  • Charity Nix wrote a new blog post: Educational App review sites   1 year, 2 months ago · View

    If you are new to the iPad or are just looking for good educational apps, here is a place to find review sites for educational apps.  This may save you some time as well as help you find some new apps.

    http://list.ly/list/1HA-education-app-review-sites

     

  • Charity Nix wrote a new blog post: Free Electronics Recycling from Apple   1 year, 3 months ago · View

    Attention North Dakota Technology Coordinators:
    Apple is once again providing free electronics recycling for K-12 and Higher Education Institutions this summer — even if you aren’t buying anything.
    We will accept any brand of computers, monitors, laptops, printers, fax machines, scanners, desktop-size copy machines, CD drives, hard drives, TVs, VCRs, projectors, overhead projectors, networking equipment, cables, keyboards, and mice.  You must [...]

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