A digital citizen is someone who is able to understand and fully participate in the digital world. They have the technical and social skills that enable a person to be successful and safe. Keep Reading
Archives for September 2015
The Educational Technology department in Granite School District is sponsoring our first ever Digital Citizenship Week on September 28-October 2, 2015. School technology specialists and library media educational technology specialists will be sharing presentations and information on digital citizenship for parents during parent teacher conferences. Each day this week we will also be posting information and resources for parents, students, and teachers here on this blog, always accessible under our Digital Citizenship category. Follow along for daily thoughts, videos, and more. Keep Reading
The following brochure or similar information will be distributed at parent teacher conferences throughout Granite School District by school technology specialists and library media educational technology specialists.
Do you worry about your kids and social media? We hope these tips help.Keep Reading
The first 2015-16 edition of our department’s monthly newsletter was recently sent to all teachers in Granite School District. If you missed it you can also access it here.
Our back-to-school highlights include:
- Now Registering For: My UEN Classroom Website Basics For Beginners (Elementary)
- Awesome Quick-Write and Get To Know You Online Activity With Smyface
- Looking For Educational Grant Opportunities?
- 100+ Stores That Offer Teacher Discounts
- GSD Educational Technology Website Gem of the Month
- Create Green Screen Effects With An iPad App
Registration opened today for this year’s Edcamp Utah. This free “unconference” for educators will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2015, 8 AM – 3 PM at Neil Armstrong Academy in Granite School District. Space is limited to 200 participants, so click here to reserve your place and to learn more about Ed Camp.Keep Reading