Mission Statement

As a digital citizenship advocate, it is my mission to help school leaders, educators, students, and their families recognize the opportunities and responsibilities intrinsic to digital technologies in education. For this, I need to recognize my own responsibilities, embrace ethical values, and strive to exercise and model excellent digital citizenship. The core ethical principles that […]

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Respect in the Digital Age

Considering the increasing use of technology that brings people together from around the world, the existence of cultural differences, and the digital divide between those who have access to technology and those who don’t, there is a growing need to promote respect for cultural diversity. ISTE standards for Coaches #7b addresses the importance of fostering […]

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There’s a Pony in Here Somewhere!

excerpt from “How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life” by Peter Robinson Chapter One Journal Entry, June 2002: Over lunch today I asked Ed Meese about one of Reagan’s favorite jokes. “The pony joke?” Meese replied. “Sure I remember it. If I heard him tell it once, I heard him tell it a thousand times.” The […]

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