terms that fall into this area, and I'm trying to separate the wheat from the chaff.
Does "collaborative intelligence" mean anything in concrete terms? Is it different from all the other terms in this area. So far I'm inclined to conlude that it's another loosely defined term mixed in with some hype. Does it mean any more than "collaboration"?
Some of my work on social networking can be found here Eve: Social Networking in Education. (It's in a raw unpolished form though :-)…
ress, location, email address, school name, phone number, date of birth, or real age.
-Ask children to only use gender-neutral screen names like Rocker41.
-On social networking sites, make sure they know only to talk to people they know in real life, restrict access to their profiles, and make use of available privacy settings.
-Never accept unsolicited email, files, photographs, videos or attachments from online strangers.
-Parents should Google their children to see if there are any negative references posted on the Internet.
-Understand the social networking sites children use by registering for your own account on MySpace, Facebook, Bebo etc.
-Tell kids to never share their passwords with anyone, not even friends.
-Ensure kids understand that what is published or said online today, may come back to haunt you in the future.
-Tell kids to not say things online that they would never say in person. Let them know Internet activities can be traced, located, and punished.
-Tell kids never to fill out questionnaires or surveys unless approved by parents.
-Let kids know that if they are being harassed online, it is imperative to notify their parents.
-Tell kids to notify a trusted adult if there is something online that makes them feel scared or uncomfortable.
-Keep the lines of communication open. If you're a parent, know what's going on in your child's social life.
-Insist that your school include an Internet Safety curriculum.
-Insist that your school has anti-cyberbullying regulations in place.…
ting access to chat rooms and social network sites.
It's received a lot of criticism because many are arguing that the act is punishing potential victims by denying access to a range of legitimate sites which have educational value.
What are your thoughts? Would you prefer to have this implemented in your schools?
For more information, visit http://kiwicommons.com/2009/03/us-act-could-help-protect-youth/#more-331…
would welcome feedback about the following page. Does it make it clear to potential students what this is about? (Assuming that they also view the link to the Simple Quality Model.)Any suggestions on how to improve this, would be welcome.SQM: Social LearningThanksAdam…
e of supporting teacher professional development and how the concept of social networking can provide that just in time access that teachers need. I am excited about the new learning I have in front of me.…
ive in a Finnish educators social media network called sometu and I'm sure many people from the network would be interested in collaborating. What kind of a schedule are you planning and how many events?…