One Tweet Cost this Student Everything

Posted by kcaise on September 8, 2015 in blogging, Digital Media |

One athlete lost everything because of one tweet that he posted online. It is so important to teach students about developing a positive online presence, that whatever is posted is never really deleted, and create an digital footprint that one can be proud of and not worry if it is searched by recruiters or employers. […]

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Twitter – Eighth Grade Too Young or Time to Develop an Online Footprint? – Please Weigh in

Posted by kcaise on September 12, 2014 in blogging, online learning, social media |

There has been great debate on Lisa Nielsen’s, aka the Innovative Educator, facebook page about an email she received from a parent questioning the use of Twitter for an eighth grader. Lisa posted the question from the parent as follows: “Our daughter who is in 8th Grade wants to have a Twitter account. I am […]

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Two Unique and Innovative Ways to Use Twitter

Posted by kcaise on March 30, 2011 in educational technology, web 2.0 |

There are tons of innovative ways of using Twitter but I am only going to touch on two ways. First is the use of hashtags. Whenever I am in a webinar talking about hashtags, I am always asked what to explain what a hashtag was. A hashtag on Twitter is a word or phrase with […]

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Just One of My Reasons to Give Thanks

Posted by kcaise on November 26, 2010 in blogging |

Just before Thanksgiving, we purchased a domain and year of hosting with Siteground for a grand total of $9.95 for the entire year! They are running a special right now and we couldn’t pass it up. When we first inquired, my husband was told that installing WordPress blogs and Moodle were super easy. This was […]

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