Analyzing Media Checklist

Students are all over online media. YouTube, streaming audio, memes, live streaming, etc… Kelly Mendoza, Director of Professional Development at Common Sense Media has put together an awesome resource for students to use when working with media. Over at CommonSense.org a lot of great resources are posted every day. We want to try to highlight some of […]

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Affordable Internet and Computers for Everyone!

The Internet has transformed our world, yet 1 in 4 households are without home access. Through partnerships with local Internet service providers, EveryoneOn is able to offer free or $9.95 home Internet service. Find out more at everyoneon.org Free Basic Digital Literacy Training We collaborate with libraries and nonprofits to advertise free computer & Internet […]

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Internet Safety Presentation to Students

On September 22, 2016, Orchard Farm Middle School had been given the opportunity to have Detective Daniel Maixner present to our students on Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety. Detective Maixner is a member of the St. Charles County Cyber Crime Unit and has been in law enforcement for over 30 years. He was able to share strategies with our students on how to […]

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Digital Citizenship Week

One more reason to have your Ss make their own #DigCit pledge and tag us during #DigCitWeek! https://t.co/ZjXxCgXVjs pic.twitter.com/oKaWXmNn5U — Common Sense Ed (@CommonSenseEd) October 13, 2016 October 16th to the 22nd is Digital Citizenship Week. Common Sense Education has provided some great tools and pledges for educators and students to use to learn more […]

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