Showing posts with label online behavior. Show all posts
Showing posts with label online behavior. Show all posts

Saturday, August 10, 2013

21 ClassDojo Tutorial Videos

Earlier this week I shared some information about ClassDojo's iPad mini and Nexus 7 contest. That post resulted in a few people emailing me with questions about ClassDojo in general and questions about how to use it. ClassDojo's YouTube channel contains video tutorials for just about everything you can and might want to do with your ClassDojo account.

At this time of year you're probably getting students and parents into the habit of checking-in to monitor their records. To help students and parents understand how to do that you might want to share the following ClassDojo video about entering student codes into ClassDojo.

Class rosters are often in flux at this time of year. If you need to know how to add students to a class in ClassDojo, watch the video below.

Check the ClassDojo YouTube channel for nineteen more helpful tutorial videos.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

eEtiquette - 101 Guidelines for the Digital World

eEtiquette is a simple site that exists for the purpose of sharing electronic etiquette tips. The tips cover everything from email etiquette to social network etiquette to cell phone etiquette. Although the title says there are 101 guidelines there are actually more than 101 guidelines on the site now. Some of the best etiquette guidelines are available on a free poster that you can download from eEtiquette.

Applications for Education
If we're going to have students using digital devices (laptops, tablets, cell phones) in our classrooms, it is a part of our responsibilities to teach students appropriate digital behavior. eEtiquette could be a good place to go to find some guidelines to share with students. You might consider downloading and printing the free poster for your classroom.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Togetherville - An Online Neighborhood for Kids

Togetherville is a social networking for kids that has gotten quite a bit of press lately. I was alerted to the site by Philip Cummings. Togetherville mimics many of the aspects of social networking that has made Facebook so popular. Using their Facebook login credentials, parents can create Togetherville accounts for their children. By using their Facebook credentials, parents can link their childrens' Togetherville accounts to the children of their Facebook friends. This system is designed to create a small network of trusted, verified contacts for children to interact with.

Learn more about Togetherville in the video below.

Applications for Education
Togetherville could be a good, safe environment in which children ages 6 through 10 can learn to conduct appropriate online interactions with their peers.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Good Insight On Teenagers' Online Habits

This video was recently featured on Building 43. The video was recorded at Microsoft's Revenue Bootcamp. The focus of the Revenue Bootcamp was online marketing and revenue generation, but the panel in this video was about the online habits of teenagers' and the under 25 crowd. The discussion was led by Guy Kawaski and featured teenagers and young adults discussing what they will and will not pay for online. I found the video offered some very good insight into the online habits of young adults.

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