This week's question comes from a parent in Florida. Have something you’re wondering about? Send me a message and I’ll do my best to find an answer: firstname.lastname@example.org It's become impossible to go a day without hearing or seeing something about Tumblr. The guy sitting next to me in Starbucks is surfing the site as … Continue reading What Parents Should Know About Tumblr
This marks the 3rd and final entry in the Blogging in the Classroom Series! To catch up on the previous entries you can see Part 1 Here and Part 2 Here! As always please feel free to share comments below or by shooting me an e-mail at email@example.com. Want to catch up? Check out the … Continue reading Social Networking in the Classroom: Blogging, Part 3
Last week I introduced part 1 of Blogging in the Classroom. The response has been amazing. I thank you all so much for the e-mails! This week I continue to Part 2 where I will discuss the pros of blogging in the classroom! As always please feel free to share comments below or by shooting … Continue reading Social Networking in the Classroom: Blogging, Part 2
With more and more schools moving towards having a 1:2:1 environment, educators are trying to find the best ways into incorporate popular social networking sites into the educational environment. This entry marks the first in a weekly series to give teachers some ideas on how these web sites can be used in the classroom. Today, … Continue reading Social Networking in the Classroom: An Introduction
One of the biggest things I caution my audiences about is how much information we give away without even thinking about it. Some people are amazed to find out that even the simplest status update or tweet can reveal so much more than we even intended. In my programs I give an example of how … Continue reading How Much Information is Too Much Information? Take a Look!