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New Digital Citizenship Lessons for the Classroom, Experts Ponder How Much Screen Time Is Too Much, Call for Proposals Announced for Connected Learning Summit 2019, and More

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Simple tutorial for anyone interested in sharing a creative holiday message. Learn how to create original work from background to characters to animation and add a soundtrack before saving as a movie file ready for digital sharing! Choose simple snowman or more advanced "Grinchy-style!"

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We would love if you and your students can give us some feedback on our prototypes for solving some of the problems of social media:

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High School student and teacher feedback requested!

Part 3 of a blog post series about using the design thinking process with high school students to tackle some of the problems they experience with social media.

This part focuses on user testing and includes an opportunity for you and your students to participate as prototype testers!

I have a teacher who's looking for a guest speaker to discuss App Building with a small group of 7th and 8th graders who are completing a project with their own app design. I'd appreciate any info or connections you could send my way! Thanks in advance!

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A fairly exhaustive introduction to how to make animated explanation videos for any class using Apple's Keynote software.

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YouTube Invests Big in New Learning Initiative, No Tricks Only Treats in This Halloween-Themed Minecraft Camp, Getting Started w/ an Esports Club, and More

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The full compilation of short tutorials created for a class then a workshop. Watch the entire thing to learn how to make a full fledged documentary using creative commons licensed images from the internet!
Also broken down into component lessons for a playlist later if you want to use it for a series of classes here:
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