Archive for the 'social media' tag

Principles for school districts’ social media policies

My newest article is out. This one is about some general guidelines and principles for school...
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Online sharing is not digital leadership

Using social media to share with your community? It’s a start, but it’s not enough. Using...
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Power of the press without concurrent accountability

Peggy Drexler said: The problem with social media, and our dependence on it, is that it allows...
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Be awesome, 7th graders [VIDEO]

The 7th graders at the International School of Brussels had an entire day of technology- and...
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Delivering mass media is the least of the Net’s powers

Doc Searls and David Weinberger said: We need to remember that delivering mass media is the...
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How brave will we be this year?

It’s a new year. And it takes 5 minutes to set up a blog, Twitter account, Facebook page, or...
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Should schools be a refuge from the societal onslaught of digital technologies?

I said in a comment: Any school or classroom or educator that ignores our digital information...
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Filtering social media in schools because it’s a ‘distraction’

Annie Murphy Paul said: according to the Read more
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If you’re afraid of change, social media is a distraction and a risk

Seth Godin says: If you’re eager for change, every bit of information and every event...
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25,000

Although my Twitter birthday is April 11, 2007, it took me four tries over at least a year’s...
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