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    Digital Empowerment

    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="339"] http://bit.ly/1Tuv17C[/caption] As educators, we can make sure that our students understand that making a positive image is critical to who they are online. I love the story of what Martha did with “
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    Digital Profiles

    Who should be taught about digital citizenship and the etiquette of the Internet and web? Everyone needs to be taught and learn how to act responsibly in the public arena, but something happens to people once they are behind a keyboard of any sor
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    We blossom from copying

    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="385"] http://bit.ly/1Wm4Ipp[/caption] As educators, it is our duty to teach proper usage of online sources and giving credit where credit is due. As a middle school humanities teacher, I do teach copyright
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    Privacy isn't for Facebook

    [caption id="" align="alignright" width="215"] http://bit.ly/1SHG4QC[/caption] I think one of my biggest concerns about privacy online is how most kids forget to think about it unless they are taught to pay attention. Even if you do teach it, does
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    Not Like Footprints on the Beach...

    As a teacher in the international scene, one needs a professional online presence or a strong positive digital footprint. Personally, I feel lucky to all of the have a decent presence now, but I am not sure that what is critical to me to have would b