Cover page for informative, illustrative, and perspective movies (videos) about collaborative learning in Scottish schools, presenting principles, spotlighting teaching techniques and learning experiences, offering educational leadership views; updated 06 September 2007
Online identity management and personal branding, that includes social media optimization, can work to fight online identity theft. There are several tools and companies that monitor, repair, or build online reputations. - para. 6
The beauty of Facebook’s many features is that now you can choose what you show and to what type of people. By using friend lists and playing with your privacy settings, you can create different views for each segment of your life. - para. 3
No one will know you’ve changed settings, either for them or in general; these updates will not show up in your news feed, so block people with abandon. Also note that photo albums settings must be changed individually, either when you set up a new album or by going to the Photos section of the Privacy page. However, any photo you use as a profile picture goes in a separate album called “Profile Pictures” which the settings cannot be changed for. So don’t make an inappropriate photo your profile pic. But you knew that.
Outlines Guy Claxton's Building Learning Power program, and asserts that: "As students are being coached in how to be usefully reflective about their own learning journeys, they are also developing collaboration skills and developing a richer meta-language in which to talk, not just about the content of their learning, but bout its process as well" (para. 4).
As students are being coached in how to be usefully reflective about their own learning journeys, they are also developing collaboration skills and developing a richer meta-language in which to talk, not just about the content of their learning, but bout its process as well.
I also loved the words from Joseph Payne, dating back to 1856, against continual testing and likening it to “continually pulling up the plants to see the conditions of the roots, the consequence of which was that all good natural growth was stopped”.