Tweet of the Day — 1.15.2018

Here is today's tweet of the day, courtesy of @MrTomRad, and some short commentary about the tweet: A few thoughts: Quiet is important at times. There are some students for whom quiet is necessary to learn effectively. Quiet is also essential for respecting others when they are sharing their thoughts and opinions. Learning quiet at …

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This Tech Bashing Is Misguided — Here’s Why

This is likely to be a controversial post, and in a sense, the title is a bit of click bait. But don't think of it as click bait. Think of it as an invitation to a conversation with which we all need to be involved. In revolutionary times such as this (and the digital revolution …

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Twitter Chats — #LeadUpChat #HackLearning #LuthEd

I have participated in Twitter chats for several years now. However I have not been as faithful in joining these education chats as of late. This weekend was different. As I sat in front of my computer both yesterday morning and today I noticed that several educators I follow were engaged in chats to start …

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Smartphones and Mental Health

Several folks with whom I am friends on Facebook have shared this article about smartphones and their impact on individuals and society. This is a very detailed piece about this issue -- one that is likely elicit emotional responses from any reader. For anyone who cares about any combination of faith, education, and technology (FaithEdTech), …

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