It is possible and important to build a positive digital identity and teach our student to do the same. To exemplify how I am doing both things, here are two of my previous posts on digital identity:
My digital identity: Past, present, and future
My lesson plan on digital identity
Update: You must read Brooke’s post on digital identity!
I won’t give up (yet) on Snapchat since I am on a mission to
understand two of the apps that my adult students use regularly. It has been only one week since I installed Snapchat on my phone.
Screenshot before installing Snapchat on my phone
I was very impressed by the numbers shown on my screen: 500 million downloads? 14+ million reviews? WOW!
Then, I pressed “install”, and I saw this:
Continue reading “No online friends, no Snapchat party”
This post is an invitation: an invitation to reflection and to action.
Regan’s last blog post was the answer I was looking for to Alec’s question on how we should educate our students. Regan mentioned this article, and two of its words resonated with me: monitoring and mentoring.
Since finishing my undergraduate program in Education, I have believed that
educators are mentors. However, when technology became “an invader in my classrooms”, Continue reading “From monitoring to mentoring – The new educational system”