for K-12 educators and
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create safe learning
Proven ways to create a successful mobile learning program were among the topics discussed during the recent Gaggle Webcast, “Implementing Mobile Learning the Right Way.” Attendees learned how to plan for an ongoing digital transition by first focusing on goals and objectives, followed by choosing the right applications and great content.
A new trend in child sexual exploitation known as “sextortion” was among the topics discussed during the recent Gaggle Webcast, “Cyber Security in Action: Making Student Safety a Priority,” which featured Peter Johnson, Project Manager for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s (NCMEC) NetSmartz411 program.
Many schools and districts are considering Google Apps for Education (GAFE) and, more recently, Google Classroom. In fact, during a recent Tech & Learning webinar, “Managing Google Inside Your School District,” 66% of attendees identified themselves as being in a school that uses Google.
While it can be a challenge to keep any school-aged child on task, students with special needs often present even a greater challenge staying focused and planning ahead so it’s important to utilize tools that can help them succeed. Here are some ways to use your learning platform to help students with special needs stay...
Not surprising, bullying and harassment were among the many topics discussed last week during the School Law Practice Seminar presented in Denver by the National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys. Attorney John Borkowski offered four strategies for school districts to protect their students and staff both on and off their campuses.