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Massachusetts Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) Curriculum Framework

May30

I took some time today to review the Massachusetts Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) Curriculum Framework. I know at this point in the year, many teachers have full plates wrapping up their school years. I get that you probably don’t have the time or energy (perhaps, if we’re really being honest here- even the […]

Getting that Works Cited List into Google Classroom

December15

Recently, a video posted online helped me resolve an issue with Google Classroom (see here). I decided that I should try my hand at an instructional screencast. My topic: how to pull that Works Cited list into Google Classroom. It’s important for us to teach students to be good digital citizens and cite sources, no […]

Google Yourself

March31

A simple task for today: Google yourself. What are the results? Are you happy with the web links and images associated with you? Are you surprised by them? A part of good digital citizenship is taking ownership and control of your digital footprint.

Show (And Tell) What You Know Apps… More Pic Collage Examples

December16

Last year, in a post entitled Show (And Tell) What You Know Apps, I mentioned the Pic Collage app. I wanted to share a couple of recent examples because this creation app can help students achieve so many different learning objectives Self-Reflection on Teamwork Grade 4 students used Pic Collage to reflect on their Genius […]

Free to Use or Share Continued

March4

OK, so you’ve found a picture that is labeled as Free to Use or Share via an Advanced Google Image Search. (See this previous post for a refresher or to get caught up.) It’s now time for an investigation. Is the image really free to use or share? Google makes no guarantees. Therefore, you have […]

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