I’ve never liked my résumé (I mean the document; the actual skills and experience are not so bad). There’s something about a traditional black-and-white list of job titles that fails to excite me. Ever since I attended a data visualization work
(Shaking my head)
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I am feeling confronted with a problem that I should be addressing in my classroom and with my students, but I don’t know how to answer.
Digital citizenship conversations, especially when children are involved, tend to focus on what we shouldn’t do (this week’s essential vocabulary is sexting and cyberbullying). While I love the concept of Gregory’s iPhone Contract,” it contai
With each passing year it gets easier to voice concerns about privacy online. The erosion of Facebook’s default settings reveals not just one company's inclinations, but serves as a bellwether for the internet itself. For another example we can
Should we have a digital footprint as international educators? Thinking about this question over the last few days, my answer went from Probably, to Most Definitely, to It Could be Considered a Best Practice. I came up with three main reasons: