How Plugged-In Families Can Have a Device-Free(ish) Holiday

“The trick is to downsize — not demolish — your family’s reliance on technology over the holidays. Advice from Common Sense Media editors.” Just in time for the Winter Break, Common Sense media have created a succinct, useable resource for planning and enjoying the time off together with your family. One of the things that… Continue reading How Plugged-In Families Can Have a Device-Free(ish) Holiday

Recruitment and Digital Footprints

International schools are in the midst of their recruitment season and are reviewing applications from prospective teachers and administrators. Schools which have invested money, time and good will into building technology-rich environments for teaching, learning, and professional practice can capitalize on that investement by recruiting and retaining faculty members with demonstrated skills and enthusiasm for living… Continue reading Recruitment and Digital Footprints

Can You Tell Fake News From Real? : NPR

“Many assume that because young people are fluent in social media they are equally savvy about what they find there,” the researchers wrote. “Our work shows the opposite.” Stanford researchers assessed students from middle school to college and found they struggled to distinguish ads from articles, neutral sources from biased ones and fake accounts from… Continue reading Can You Tell Fake News From Real? : NPR