InfoCommons

Internet Safety 07/24/2009 (a.m.)

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on July 24, 2009
  • Online Safety Assignment (wiki) for Milton Area School District (Pennsylvania) students

    Tags: ad4dcss, wiki, cybersafety, Web 2.0

  • Today’s media environment provides an opportunity–and responsibility–for parents and schools to teach critical thinking. Not only must young people learn to “consider the source” of what they take in but also think critically about what they post in a world where just about every young person is now potentially an author, photographer, and videographer. Kids–who may never even know who Walter Cronkite was–need to have a miniature version of him inside their head by asking questions such as “Is this true?” and “How do I know it’s true?.”

    Tags: ad4dcss, media literacy

    • Today’s media environment provides an opportunity–and responsibility–for parents and schools to teach critical thinking. Not only must young people learn to “consider the source” of what they take in but also think critically about what they post in a world where just about every young person is now potentially an author, photographer, and videographer. Kids–who may never even know who Walter Cronkite was–need to have a miniature version of him inside their head by asking questions such as “Is this true?” and “How do I know it’s true?.” – By Anne Bubnic
  • Educator Ning for exploring images in the 21st century classroom.

    Tags: ad4dcss, ning, social networking, Media Literacy, images

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