tech literacy

Tinder Foundation report details minute costs, massive benefits of bridging Britain’s digital divide

By Paul St John Mackintosh
March 20, 2014 // 2 Comments

The UK’s Tinder Foundation, “a not-for-profit social enterprise that makes good things happen with digital technology, established in December 2011,” recently released a report, “A Leading Digital Nation by 2020: Calculating the cost of delivering online skills for [...]

Exploring Technology Overload with Students, Part 2

By libertyc
March 2, 2013 // 3 Comments

I wrote a few weeks ago about the health unit I’m doing with my Grade 2 class, exploring technology and how we can use it safely in our lives. Well, our second lesson was delayed by a snow day, so I’ve only now gotten around to lesson two, and it was a doozy! In our previous class, we [...]

Exploring Technology Overload with Students

By libertyc
February 6, 2013 // 0 Comments

As my school’s technology coordinator, part of my job is to explore the different ways our students use technology, and how that’s working for us. Are there tools we are under-utilizing? Tools we are over-utilizing? Are there concerns parents have over how their kids are interacting [...]

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