It's certainly very common if my son's friends are a representative snapshot. It's also frequently supported by their parents. The reason the age 13 ...
Colin BridgewaterEducation London, GB
- BA English - Bucknell University
- MA K-12 Educational Administration - Michigan State University
- Certified Journalism Educator from the JEA (Journalism Education Association)
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I find it really interesting that the part of the Facebook change that's been highlighted is that posts will now default to "friends" rather than ...
Although it's important for schools to integrate digital citizenship into their lessons and activities, it's ultimately up to students themselves to ...
I think it's important for children to learn to look out for each other online in the same way they would do in the playground. In a study we did ...
As others have said this is 100% down to the teacher, they need to be asked first. You could find them praising the ingenuity and enjoying the ...
Without repeating what others have said, the other thing to consider when approaching a teacher about wanting to do a project digitally is whether ...
Q: Facebook users between the ages of 13 and 17 will automatically post photos and status updates to friends only. Is this a good idea?
A: I find it really interesting that the part of the Facebook change that's been highlighted is that posts will now default to "friends" rather than ...3 years ago
Q: How can children help each other when it comes to cyberbullying?
A: Although it's important for schools to integrate digital citizenship into their lessons and activities, it's ultimately up to students themselves to ...3 years ago
Q: Is it OK to submit homework in digital format?
A: Without repeating what others have said, the other thing to consider when approaching a teacher about wanting to do a project digitally is whether ...3 years ago
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