"Walk into any classroom today and it is common to see students creating a project on a shared document, interacting with their teacher and peers through a learning management system, speaking with another class through videoconferencing, or blogging about a classroom activity or project. Along with this increased technology use, students are interacting more and more with their peers, both inside and outside of their own classroom. With this increased interaction among students and others online, it is vital that students are taught about the importance of—and expectations around—digital citizenship..." Read more.
By: Todd Flory
Published: March 7, 2017