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    I was sitting at the beach last weekend and my friend announced that we were sitting next to a Pokéstop (a mural on the seawall). My quizzical expression resulted in a full tutorial on the world of Pokémon GO and I realized I was way behind the learning curve. The Pokémon GO craze is in full effect, and everywhere, even at the beach. Which means, it could also be in your schools and classrooms!

    If you're looking for some fun ideas for channeling kids' excitement around this craze, into meaningful learning experiences, check out Common Sense Education's recent blog post: 4 Tips for Managing the Pokémon GO Craze in Your Classroom.

    Have any other tips on how to manage the craze? Please share!

    I was sitting at the beach last weekend and my friend announced that we were sitting next to a Pokéstop (a mural on the seawall). My quizzical expression resulted in a full tutorial on the world of Pokémon GO and I realized I was way behind the learning curve. The Pokémon GO craze is in full effect, and everywhere, even at the beach. Which means, it could also be in your schools and classrooms!

    If you're looking for some fun ideas for channeling kids' excitement around this craze, into meaningful learning experiences, check out Common Sense Education's...

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    Have you seen the changes on Common Sense? We've merged Common Sense Graphite with Common Sense Education and you can now find all the great resources found on Graphite, all the essential ingredients for digital learning at commonsense.org/education!

    We will be working over the next year to bring all of our offerings together as we set our sights on bringing you more of the high-quality reviews, recommendations, tips, lesson plans, and digital citizenship resources you rely on. Our first step was to rename Graphite, both on our social media channels and on the website. Today, the Graphite website is now Common Sense Education. All the great reviews and lesson plans you're familiar are still easily accessible -- with a new name and URL.

    Check it out at: https://www.commonsense.org/education/!

    Have you seen the changes on Common Sense? We've merged Common Sense Graphite with Common Sense Education and you can now find all the great resources found on Graphite, all the essential ingredients for digital learning at commonsense.org/education!

    We will be working over the next year to bring all of our offerings together as we set our sights on bringing you more of the high-quality reviews, recommendations, tips, lesson plans, and digital citizenship resources you rely on. Our first step was to rename Graphite, both on our social media channels and on...

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    Is your school looking for an easier way to evaluate the privacy and security practices of the apps your students and educators are using in the classroom? Common Sense has your solution! A new platform launched on Common Sense, the Privacy Policy Browser, tests the privacy of commonly used apps. Along with a short overview of the app, the platform provides ratings based on safety, privacy, security and compliance.

    Check it out today (https://privacy.graphite.org/) and let us know what you think!

  • Avatar von Frau Tamboo

    Our school was very pleased with Common Sense Media's Digital Citizenship curriculum this year! I'm looking forward to expanding its use to grades 3-5 in the 2016-2017 academic year.

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    If you haven't already, now you have one more reason to check out Common Sense Education's middle school online interactive game, Digital Compass! The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) named Digital Compass one of this year's best learning websites!

    Have you used Digital Compass with your students? Share your experience!

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    Over the last three years I have taught Digital Citizenship at Sunrise Point Elementary using the Common Sense Media Education lessons. From the activities, conversations and reactions of the students to this curriculum, I’m continually reminded of how important these topics are for them. All of this technology comes with a responsibility to themselves and others. Understanding the consequences of poor choices is essential for them to know. Common Sense Media Education helps to provide them with this information.

  • Avatar von Frau Fidai

    I am a Physical Education teacher that has delivered the Common Sense Digital Citizenship to the Grade 4, 6, and 7 classes at American Academy Al-Mizhar, Dubai, UAE. We learned about internet safety, bullying and cyber-bullying. I think it was great teaching this near the end of the year so the students are "summer ready"!

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    Will you be at ISTE this year? We will! If you haven't had a chance, check out our recent blog post on where we'll be at ISTE and plan accordingly!

  • Avatar von Miranda Pearce

    I used the Common Sense Education digital citizenship with a group of kindergartners! The kids and I absolutely loved the lessons. They were especially excited to go on "field trips" and visit different places! It was great to see them so excited about learning different things about staying safe on the internet!

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    Looking for tips to stay connected with parents and students over the summer? Check out this edWeb Webinar with Lisa Nielsen, The Innovative Educator: Social Media and Cell Phones – Today’s Tools to Connect with Families This Summer, Thursday, June 16th @ 12 PM EST. Lisa will share practical step-by-step advice on how to leverage social media in a responsible way. She will demonstrate best practices for using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & other platforms to help eliminate the summer educational disconnect. Join Lisa for this live, interactive session to learn how to use today’s tools to connect with families this summer. She will field questions from attendees after her presentation. This webinar is designed for K-12 educators. Register today: http://home.edweb.net/webinar/social-media-ce...

    Looking for tips to stay connected with parents and students over the summer? Check out this edWeb Webinar with Lisa Nielsen, The Innovative Educator: Social Media and Cell Phones – Today’s Tools to Connect with Families This Summer, Thursday, June 16th @ 12 PM EST. Lisa will share practical step-by-step advice on how to leverage social media in a responsible way. She will demonstrate best practices for using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & other platforms to help eliminate the summer educational disconnect. Join Lisa for this live, interactive session to learn how to use...

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