Twitter for the IBDP Student

While Twitter is an amazing tool for building community, microblogging understandings, and organically developing a real-time yearbook, there’s more to be done with everybody’s favorite blue bird.   Twitter-literacy is bound to become increasingly more relevant for students and teachers alike: The new study, conducted by Pew Research Center in association with the John S. […]

Individuals and societies

What does teaching individuals and societies have to do with twitter? I had a lunch meeting yesterday with a member of the Individuals and Societies department at my school.  He’s tinkering with ideas connected to be a connected learner.  He sees the potential in opening up, and collaborating with his colleagues just a tweet away.  […]

Where are you?

Schools are talking a lot of talk about digital citizenship.  Leaders are drafting a lot of policy, middle managers are meeting again, discussing once more, how we can establish norms of healthy and effective online behaviors. So, where are you? Are you mentoring or simply managing? Are you demonstrating why we need social networks? Are […]

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