By far the most challenging assignment was Exploring Digital Citizenship. I felt like I explored a concept (How Young Do We Introduce Digital Citizenship) only knowing one thing: my child shouldn’t look at a screen until he is two years old. After researching multiple articles, I came to the conclusion that it’s ok if my
I listen to podcasts all the time. The latest Ted Radio Hour introduced a word to me that sounded familiar, but used in a negative connotation: revisionism. If you describe a person or their views as revisionist, you mean that they reject traditionally held beliefs about a particular historical event or events. In the following Ted
Ever since I started using WordPress, I was unhappy with the theme of my blog. Life is busy, though, so I left it alone. That’s until I saw a choice assignment that actually gave me credit to soup up my blog. A night is all I spent tinkering with the theme, widgets, and plugins. I’m very
How young do we introduce digital citizenship? One of my favorite traveling apps on my iPhone is Pocket. Just scroll through an endless sea of articles and with a click of the button, the article is saved for offline reading later. The latest Pocket article that got my attention: Is technology scrambling my baby’s brain?
What does digital citizenship mean to me? Well, let’s first talk about what it means to be a citizen. To me, being a citizen is a word that officially links us to feeling like we belong to a large group of people. I’m a member of the Airport Heights neighborhood community in Anchorage. I’m a