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One Teacher's Approach to Digital Citizenship

In the beginning

When I began teaching digital citizenship in 2010 it was an innocent time. We were only worried about the students believing all websites were real. I directed students to The Dog Island website, where you could pack up your dog in a crate and send him off for a week long romp on a beach. The site was very believable; pictures of the dogs, and even information about how to ship your dog. There’s other sites too; you can learn…


Added by Eileen Lennon on December 20, 2017 at 5:35pm — No Comments

I finally understand what Parent Teacher Conferences are all about

I have parents coming into my classroom today asking how their child is doing in my class. They only have a 95, how can they get a higher grade?


This happens over and over again. I wonder why they're here. I don't think it's to make themselves feel better about how great their child is doing in school. I also don't think that they are very worried about the 95 not being a 98. I believe it's to show their child that they are fully invested in…


Added by Eileen Lennon on November 30, 2017 at 1:41pm — No Comments

Storytelling with digital tools

Every month we offer a free webinar - this month it's all about storytelling - digital and non-digital 



Added by Marisa Constantinides on November 29, 2017 at 2:31pm — No Comments

Online Class vs. Traditional Class

Technological advancement gives learners and educators the opportunity to utilize modern devices to acquire knowledge which now transforms how learners and instructors acquire and offer educational information respectively. However, some groups feel that the traditional form of learning is better than online learning which is becoming common in many parts of the globe. Learners and instructors should consider the merits and demerits of both platforms before making a conclusion on the most…


Added by Alice Evans on November 28, 2017 at 2:13am — 1 Comment

Managing the Modern Classroom

From a NYCSchoolsTech Facebook discussion, teachers offered their best practices on how to manage today's classroom. Here's what we shared.

Added by Eileen Lennon on November 25, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Why we need a more selective approach towards using technology in education

Technology has invaded all spheres of our life – entertainment, medicine, science, banking... The list goes on, but let us go with education. EdTech is one of the biggest trends today that generates much money. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global E-Learning Market is expected to reach $275.10 billion by 2022. Big companies and small startups have understood that it is a gold mine and put much effort into…


Added by Gregory Stewens on November 23, 2017 at 1:37am — 1 Comment

Why Classroom 2.0?

I just became a member of Classroom 2.0! My favorite thing about this site is connecting to such diverse group of people so easily! It's such a great way to continue building my network and having great conversations to help me along the way.  I am a part of twitter and i have a blog, which are other great ways to connect with people and learn and bounce ideas off of each-other!  Some major benefits are that we can have great conversations with diverse ideas and opinions and learn from…


Added by Kaitlin Stimson on November 20, 2017 at 8:57pm — 1 Comment

PLN Step 9 why I joined

I am now a member of classroom 2.0. I joined the instructional technology group because it is similar to the class I am taking. I think it is very interesting to see other people who are doing things like I am. I am not a part of any other networking groups, but I think this will be a good start to it. I am interested to learn more about it in the future. I am also interested to find more connections through this website. 

Added by Suzanne Onkka on November 20, 2017 at 8:50pm — No Comments

Classroom 2.0

Yes, I am a member of classroom 2.0, but so far I have only reached out to others. I have yet to hear back from them to continue a conversation since I just became a member. The benefits of a global networking site are to get to know others and view their perspective on different topics. It is a way to connect with others that you wouldn't normally connect with otherwise. 

Added by Lindsay Hoag on November 20, 2017 at 8:44pm — No Comments


Hello, this is the trial post. Just to see how it works:)

Added by Luisa Brenton on October 20, 2017 at 2:29am — No Comments

Places, Online Spaces and People on our Cambridge Delta Courses

Click on the image to view an online slide presentation…


Added by Marisa Constantinides on October 7, 2017 at 1:31am — No Comments

Blog #2

Los cinco huracanes mas intensos en Puerto Rico


 Estoy escribiendo de los eventos  reciente que han ocurrido en Puerto Rico durante las últimas semanas. Mi nombre es Priscilla Frias y estoy  en la…


Added by Priscilla Frias on October 3, 2017 at 4:00am — No Comments

My tech lesson when the internet is down

You have a great lesson planned for today, and the internet is down. Your supervisor is lurking in the doorway, you can just smell the observation coming. What do you do?

You teach your kids how to create hyperlinks with just PowerPoint or Google Slides!

Here’s my plan.

Begin the lesson with having the students create the first slide, a “Table of Contents” sort of slide. Mine looks like this.…


Added by Eileen Lennon on September 21, 2017 at 11:16am — 1 Comment

Blog 1:Entrada

Mi nombre es Gloria Payne, Nací en la republica de Panamá, pero cresi en Jamaica, una ciudad muy bonita. Mis padres eran sol dados americanos. Mi padre era uno de los capitanes más destacados en el militar.  Mis padres se conocieron en la armada de los estados Unidos de América. Me encantaría ser maestra de español y por esa razón decidí major en español y minor en estudios latinoamericanos y caribeños. Este semestre estoy matriculada en un curso avanzado de comunicación en español así como…


Added by Gloria Payne on September 4, 2017 at 10:44am — 1 Comment

Blog 1:Entrada

Mi nombre es Gloria, y estaré discutiendo el tema DACA que es la acción diferida para las personas que llegarón a América desde la infancia. DACA fue un programa creado durante la administración de Obama que concedió a los niños que emigraron de sus países a los estados unidos sin documentos.  Incluso si sus padres son deportados. Recientemente, el presidente Trump ha indicado que él próximo martes todos sabrán la decisión de su administración sobre DACA el próximo. Esto debe ser una…


Added by Gloria Payne on September 3, 2017 at 8:44pm — No Comments

Primer blog

Mi  nombre es Priscilla Frías. Yo nací en Brooklyn New York , mis padres son de República Dominicana mi Padre es  de Santiago y mi madre es de La Romana. yo vivo en Staten Island desde hace veintidós años. Yo estoy estudiando en CSI desde el otoño pasado y esta es mi primera clase de español yo  necesito  mejorar mi español si quiero ser una buena profesora de lenguaje, y es parte de mi requerimiento de estudios. en mi tiempo libre disfruto de la tranquilidad y mi familia. en mis vacaciones…


Added by Priscilla Frias on September 3, 2017 at 6:48pm — No Comments

I'm a certified bilingual nerd

I recently earned my Google Level 2 Certification, and it felt great, but I'm just as proud earning my Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Badge for this year too. I like to say that I'm bilingual: I speak Google and Office. Both prove I met certain requirements, but they proved it in different ways.

You can earn your Google Certification anytime you want, just pay the $25 and…


Added by Eileen Lennon on August 29, 2017 at 3:12pm — No Comments

The Painful Sting of Failure

So, I took the Google Certified Level 2 Exam last year and failed it by 4 points. That stung.

I was embarrassed, I pouted, and felt sorry for myself. (Yes, my life is a living hell.)

But after a few hours, I got over myself and realized that this is a real learning experience. I thought about what failing feels like to my students. Do they feel the way I do when they fail?

The difference between their tests and mine was…


Added by Eileen Lennon on July 24, 2017 at 9:35am — No Comments

Wrapping up another year

I teach sixth grade, so I will be saying goodbye to my students in about a week. I'll see them in the hallways, but it won't be the same. They'll never be in my classroom again. That's weird to think about right now, when all I do is see them.
It has me wondering; did I serve them as best I could? Did I impart all the wisdom I could into their little brains? Did I ignite a spark, or reaffirm a defeatist attitude?
I have to be honest,…

Added by Eileen Lennon on June 19, 2017 at 11:33am — No Comments

Web 2.0 technologies: An innovative teaching Method


Today’s world is a world of technology and education is not indifferent to it. We always suggest our teachers to use ICT in education. However, use of ICT in education depends on availability of hardware/software as well as the knowledge of effective use of this hardware/software. It can be said that the first part related to infrastructure is beginning to reach to the schools due to intervention of SSA, ICT@schools project and…


Added by Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pandagale on May 30, 2017 at 3:51am — No Comments

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