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Do you have Common Sense?

Do you have Common Sense?

You may have heard of Common Sense, but you may not be familiar with everything they offer. They are an “independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology,” and they have a plethora of completely free resources for...Read more ›
Facebook Joins the Digital Literacy Game

Facebook Joins the Digital Literacy Game

Here’s an interesting development: Facebook wants to teach your students digital citizenship and literacy.  I’m not just talking about how to change your settings on your account. Facebook has actually created lessons meant to be used in classrooms and homes, as...Read more ›
Join the League of Extraordinary Bloggers

Join the League of Extraordinary Bloggers

Helping students build cultural awareness becomes a choose your own adventure style game when you join the League of Extraordinary Bloggers. Travel through Asia as you and four other agents work together to catch the criminal mastermind The FOX. The League of...Read more ›
The Maker Movement Meets Literacy

The Maker Movement Meets Literacy

The maker movement is all about making learning meaningful through creating new solutions. Some of you may say to yourself, “My school doesn’t have a makerspace,” or “I don’t have time!” I am here to share that you can design maker experiences while meeting California...Read more ›