Social Media FAQ for Parents

We are almost half-way through our Eduro Learning mini-series of resources and events for parents! We are super excited about everything we’re sharing, and we hope you’ve been enjoying the weekly FB live sessions, free downloadable resources and blog posts too! Now that it’s summer holidays, we know that parents might be a little extra…

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5 Ways Learning is Different Today (for Parents)

Over at Eduro Learning we’re working hard to help parents, teachers and schools thrive in the digital age. One of the new things we’re most excited about is our new series of online classes and resources designed specifically for parents. We know that parenting in a technology-rich world is not easy, and after having worked…

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5 Steps To A Connected Classroom

One of my absolute favorite things to talk about is the power of global collaboration –┬áboth for teachers and for students. It’s amazing what you can learn when you start connecting yourself (and your class) to others around the world. So I’m really looking forward to hosting my next Eduro Learning Facebook Live session this…

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Getting Out of the Filter Bubble: Finding “The Real You” Online

I recently had a great (and timely) conversation with one of the counselors from International School Manila at the EARCOS Teacher’s Conference in Kota Kinnabalu, Malaysia (check out all the resources from all of my sessions here). She said: “I wish there was a way to help students recognize what their online profile looks like…

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Dealing with Digital Confrontation

I think students often have adults in their lives who can help them develop understandings about how to make good choices in online spaces, and we’re starting to develop great academic resources for that, but we rarely show them how we respond when something uncomfortable or unpleasant happens to us – especially when it’s our own fault.

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