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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.

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 […]

Free to Use or Share

February25

Everyone wants to put a picture on his/her project. Of course, this is not as simple as dragging and dropping. At the elementary level, we want to encourage good habits of digital citizenship; however, sometimes it seems like a lot of steps for young kids to get an appropriate image that is free and clear […]

Digital Storytelling as a Morning Meeting Activity

February19

Responsive Classrooms always are looking for morning meeting activities that are fun and energize students for the day. If the students can warm up and use their brains, too, it’s even better! Recently, I learned about Pechaflickr from Alan Levine‘s #ETMOOC session: Web Storytelling: 50 Ways, 5-Card Flickr & Pecha Flickr. The gist of the […]

Five Card Story

February12

Five Card Story: Willpower a #etmooc story created by mssanderson_ITS flickr photo by ncaramanico flickr photo by Henriksent flickr photo by cogdogblog flickr photo by mrsdkrebs flickr photo by cogdogblog Mmmmmmm… yum. Can’t I just have one? Or twenty? I’ll need to wear out my sneakers to work that off. “Blahhh…Go ahead, we eat anything […]

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