digital literacy

How to Support Healthy Media Use in Your Classroom with Lila Shroff — Easy EdTech Podcast 084

In this episode, Lila Shroff shares her perspective on healthy media use and ways to have discussions about social media in your classroom. Lila is on a gap year and offers a student perspective on podcasting as an authentic project for students, and activities you can try out with students of all ages. Listen to […]

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Teaching Tech Fluency With Icons in Early Childhood Classrooms with Pana Asavavatana – 082

In this episode, early childhood educator Pana Asavavatana shares strategies for using technology with our youngest students. You’ll hear how she teaches tech fluency with icons in Early Childhood Classrooms and some of her favorite tools, including Seesaw. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Teaching […]

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How to Teach Copyright and Fair Use to Students

What does it look like to prepare students to navigate the digital world? This is a question I often tackle in both in my own moments of brainstorming and searching for new resources to share, as well as in conversations with fellow educators. Finding the right resources for teaching students the basics of copyright— including […]

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Designing Learning with Digital Networks in Mind – Easy EdTech Podcast 036

In this episode we’ll discuss your role in helping students make connections to the authentic experiences they have online while exploring subjects and topics that may come up in your classroom. You’ll hear several essential ideas to consider while designing learning with digital networks in mind as well as some EdTech resources to get you […]

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Mobile Parent Communication (with Students) from Tocomail

Looking for a Mobile Parent Communication tool? With Tocomail teachers can effectively create a walled garden class communication environment as they manage and monitor student communication.  Tocomail is also a great option for communication outside of classroom.  The families of your students can practice digital literacy skills at home by setting up parent accounts.  Parents can […]

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