Image Credit: “No” public domain image by kai Stachowiak
An Idea About Improv
- Try Pechaflickr
- Based on a combination of Pechakucha and Powerpoint Karaoke using random images from flickr.
- An idea from a teacher named Heather
- Canadian Improv Games
- When technology failed for a course on “Fundamentals of Online Education: Planning and Application” (Inside Higher Education)
- Slice 10: Dying on Stage (CogDogBlog, aka me)
50+ Web Ways to Tell a Story
What Works in Storymaking?
Flickr Five Card Stories
Getting Serious With Silly Media
Oh, the simple times of being young. To not worry about getting my hair wet or being able to bend over not knowing what agony I might face when I stand back up. These were times before my first love, my first heartbreak, my tumultuous youth; before I ever dreamed of being a mother, going to college, and just surviving life. I had no idea what my life story would be. I was just a little girl playing in a sprinkler.
Idea Farming (High School teacher, David Theriault)
— David Theriault (@davidtedu) October 19, 2017
— David Theriault (@davidtedu) October 20, 2017
A Natural Impulse
Digital Citizenship Education in Saskatchewan Schools
(authored by University of Regina educators Dr Alec Couros and Katia Hildebrandt, we will return to them soon)
Built around Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship (Mike Riddle)
See Also (+~2,800,00 others)
- Alberta Education Digital Citizenship Policy Development Guide
- Infographic: Citizenship in the digital age (ISTE)
- Digital Citizenship (open course from University of Alaska Learning, Design and Technology Masters Program)
- Understanding Digital Citizenship & Identity (presentation by Alec Couros)
Attributes of the Nine Elements
In terms of a shared sense of what citizenship means, what are the attributes of Etiquette, Access, Law, Communication, Literacy, Commerce, Rights & Responsibility, Safety & Security, Health & Wellness?
Digital Etiquette: Far Beyond Manners
- Should schools welcome cell phones in class? Macleans
- Ontario to ban cellphones from classrooms for non-educational purposes (Toronto Star)
- Cell Phones in Class Driving You Nuts? Try One of These Clever Ideas
For All That’s Bad, Unexpected Acts of Digital Generosity
This is my son Dexter, he picked these flowers last spring for my wife. Dex passed away 11/29/12 shortly after his 3rd birthday, complications from leukemia. Can anyone clean this iPhone pic up, or make an uber minimalist rendition from it?
— from reddit r/pics : 2300 comments
My internet friends come together to honor the memory of my Mom who passed away unexpectedly on August 28, 2011. They declared Sept 4 to be a day to bake cookies and share with strangers, just like Mom did. See http://bit.ly/cookielove
— Nick Kapur (@nick_kapur) January 30, 2019
In the United States and Canada, redlining is the systematic denial of various services to residents of specific, often racially associated, neighborhoods or communities, either directly or through the selective raising of prices.
Digital + Redlining
Digital redlining is when seemingly neutral algorithms inadvertently make decisions that lead to discrimination. Chris Gilliard teaches at Macomb Community College in Dearborn Michigan. He’s studied digital redlining and uses it as a powerful metaphor to talk about the way class divisions and racial discrimination can be fostered by algorithmic decision making.
CBC Spark Episode 412, November 2018
Digital redlining is not a renaming of the digital divide. It is a different thing, a set of education policies, investment decisions, and IT practices that actively create and maintain class boundaries through strictures that discriminate against specific groups. The digital divide is a noun; it is the consequence of many forces. In contrast, digital redlining is a verb, the “doing” of difference, a “doing” whose consequences reinforce existing class structures.
Digital Redlining, Access, and Privacy, Common Sense Education.
Understanding What You Can do under Copyright Law
A Spirit of Gratitude vs Threats of Being a Law Breaker?
Knowing Where to Find (a Digital Literacy)
“Always Attribute, Even When You Do Not Have To”
True Stories of Open Sharing (Power of Serendipity)
Upping the Element to Fluency
Fostering Digital Fluency: a Saskatchewan Educational System Outcome
Web Literacy In A World of “Fake” News
Four Moves and a Habit (from Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers)
- Four Moves chapter (Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers)
- Recognition Is Futile: Why Checklist Approaches to Information Literacy Fail and What To Do About It (Mike Caulfield blog)
- Examples to explore (Four Moves blog)