Gone are the days when you need elaborate equipment and software to create videos. Today we can easily create a video with easy to use apps and websites. These videos are useful for multiple purposes. They can be shared on the school website to announce upcoming events to recap school happenings, used on social media… Continue reading 5 Creative Video Tools to Explore
Technology and social media have fundamentally transformed the learning experiences of the 21st century student. The advent of the Internet has led to smartphones, social media, email and texting as the go-to mediums for interpersonal and organizational communication. And while digital citizenship and best practices are still being refined – and even defined – these… Continue reading E2 Educate and Engage
This video is from the Family Online Safety Institute and it emphasizes one of the very important reasons that we should teach Digital Citizenship. Digital Citizenship and responsible use of technology education should be a part of our work in education each day. Five Reasons to Teach Digital Citizenship It helps to keep children safe.… Continue reading Digital Citizenship – To Empower
How is your school using social media? Is it essential to parent communications, a part of student classroom activities, a tool for development and recruitment? With over 88% of school leaders reporting increased use of social media for parent communications in the 2018 Speak Up Survey, it is taking a solid hold in the day to day lives of… Continue reading Social Media School Audits
Giving Tuesday is a popular way for charities to gather much-needed support and funding for mission-critical initiatives. The growth of digital connections in our lives makes it even easier for schools to connect to families, students and alumni for donations and support. Below are just a few reasons why schools are going digital for Giving Tuesday.… Continue reading 5 Reasons For Schools to Go Digital for #GivingTuesday
Easybib has created this info graphic for evaluating news articles. In addition to the poster and infographic, teachers may find lessons posted to the Easybib blog.