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Mobile menu Search Main menu Trending Now Trending Now Apr 03 2015 Sometimes the only way to make progress is to leave something behind. EdTech Magazine | EdTech E-Newsletter | » Looking for Ways to Improve Data Privacy in Schools? Start Here The proliferation of classroom technology, along with an influx of data privacy laws, may have K–12 leaders scrambling to protect valuable information. by David Andrade is a K–12 Strategy Specialist and Google Apps/Chromebooks specialist on the education strategy team for CDW·G, a leading provider of technology solutions and services to education, government and healthcare.
Select Page Should we ask students subscribe to a newspaper? Posted by | Jul 14, 2019 | , , , Every day, I find articles in the newspaper that relate to my Business Ethics course and the real-world cases they are doing. So much so, that I’m considering using a newspaper in lieu of a textbook (there’s an OER textbook). I can’t seem to get access to current articles through the library (only old ones) and students can’t “browse” the current issues from the library, they have to search for specific issues.
By Bill Ferriter Menu The Best Feedback is GATHERED, not GIVEN All y’all know that I’ve been completely consumed by reimagining the role that feedback should play in the modern classroom, right? I’ve been reading darn near everything written by experts like Dylan Wiliam, Grant Wiggins, John Hattie, Rick Stiggins, Jan Chappuis, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey. More importantly, I’ve been tinkering with the feedback practices in my classroom for the better part of the past four years. If there’s any single thought that holds together the key findings of all of these folks, it’s that the best feedback is GATHERED, not GIVEN: (click to view and download original image on Flickr) Here’s why: When we reverse the traditional roles that teachers and learners play in the classroom feedback cycle, we are helping our students to recognize that the people who are the MOST successful in our world AREN’T those who can take critique from a boss and adjust their actions/behaviors/work products accordingly.
Navigate Filter by topic Settings Front page layout Site theme Comment activity Sign up or login to join the discussions! Stay logged in | Sign up to comment and more Facebook fined — Facebook’s FTC fine will be $5 billion—or one month’s worth of revenue Fine will settle privacy investigation triggered by Cambridge Analytica scandal. - Jul 12, 2019 9:26 pm UTC / Thumbs down. Getty Images | Ted Soqui Share this story The Federal Trade Commission and Facebook have reportedly agreed on a $5 billion fine that would settle the FTC's privacy investigation into the social network.