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Students participate in Content for Internet Safety Week and to promote anti-bullying through social media.

Students participate in Content for Internet Safety Week and to promote anti-bullying through social media.

SMART: Safe, don't Meet, Accepting is dangerous, Reliable, Tell. Steps to be safe on the internet.

MODULE 1 A SMART code to make children aware about Internet Security. I found this Smart Pin and I liked very much, so it is pinned it

This back-to-school project begins as a craftivity/bulletin board display, and then turns into an end-of-year memory book!  With several social media and tech terms, the majority of students will find this activity to be very engaging! $

Back to School Selfie Craftivity that becomes a Memory Book

This back-to-school project begins as a craftivity/bulletin board display, and then turns into an end-of-year memory book! With several social media and tech terms, the majority of students will find this activity to be very engaging!

Start a Podcast: Basic Podcasting Equipment and Software Recommendations. Directions for beginners and without spending too much money!  |  Real Life at Home

Start a Podcast: Basic Podcasting Equipment and Software

Start a Podcast: Basic Podcasting Equipment and Software Recommendations. Directions for beginners and without spending too much money! Real Life at Home

Try this fresh get to know you activity for back to school, called "Who's In Your Circles?" Gets students up and moving to find out common interests they share with each other. Great way to work on those social skills as well.

Who's In YOUR Circles? A Fresh Get to Know You Activity

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Tips from a Typical Mom: Teaching our children about the dangers of pornography, internet safety and links

How to get organized with an editorial calendar.

How to Get Organized with an Editorial Calendar - It's EASIER than you Think!

How to Get Organized with an Editorial Calendar when working with content marketing and are some good ideas and strategies! This is what and can combine for success!

Exit tickets are a great way to assess what students have learned during the day’s lesson. These versions of exit tickets work with any content and are designed with the middle schooler in mind. I have used these in both my science and ELA classes. There are 26 different types of tickets, enough to give a good variety while still allowing for a routine. This packet places four tickets per page, cutting down on copies and paper used. $4

30 Exit Tickets Variety Pack for Middle School (Exit Slips)

Exit tickets (or exit slips!) are a great way to assess what students have learned during the day's lesson. These versions of exit tickets work with any

how to launch a podcast

how to launch a podcast.

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