Digital Citizenship Category

A critical thinking paradox

Okay… indulge me! Try this experiment: Activity #1  – Think of a topic in which you have a strong interest, and broad, expert knowledge/skill. Then, search the web and find three really good sources of information for that topic. Activity #2 – Think of a topic in which you have no interest, no knowledge and […]

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Modern Literacies

I received an email from a teacher colleague last week and it contained a single sentence–a question: “I wonder if you might give me your definition of modern literacies?” I was intrigued, not only by the question but also by the reason behind asking it (which she explained in a later email).  In any case, […]

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Remember passwords using an algorithm

At this point in the information age, our personal digitals tools, data and valuable resources are often protected by a username and password combination. Maybe this will change in the future but currently, the task of remembering dozens or hundreds of passwords is a challenge. Many people I know use one, or just a few, […]

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