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"Kids are growing up on a digital playground and no one is on recess duty.

'Those politicians know what I need to better teach my kids,' said no teacher ever.

Funny Teacher Week Ecard: 'Those politicians know what I need to better teach my kids,' said no teacher ever.

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Projects to Promote Media Literacy in Kids

5 Digital Media Projects that Foster Creativity & Critical Thinking in Kids

Article Tab: Diana Graber lists the 10 Rules for Safe and Respectful Online Behavior her Information Literacy students came up with. She teaches the class at Journey School in Aliso Viejo. Kids going into eighth grade have grown up saturated with digital media, she said.

Teaching technology in a no-tech classroom

Great ideas about teaching children tech skills - Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Kids to Code

5-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Kids to Code

Virtual Field Trip Resources plus some of my favorite Google Earth tools to use in the classroom (with "how to" videos). Give your kids fun experiences.

John Lennon Peace Crater on The Moon

50 PBS Kids Math Games! Bookmark and let you kids play! (free)

50 PBS Kids Math Games on Symbaloo. Bookmark and let you kids play!

Today's schools are focusing on boosting kids’ technological proficiency and warning them about the perils of the web. But something critical is missing from this education.

Digital Natives, Yet Strangers to the Web: Today's schools are focusing on boosting kids’ technological proficiency and warning them about the perils of the web. But something critical is missing from this education.

The War on Learning - Gaining Ground in the Digital University: Elizabeth Losh examines current efforts to “reform" higher education by applying technological solutions to problems in teaching & learning. She finds that many of these initiatives fail because they treat education as a product rather than a process. Highly touted schemes—video games for the classroom, for example, or the distribution of iPads—let students down.

Impact of Social Sciences – How to write a killer conference abstract: The first step towards an engaging presentation.

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