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On-Demand Webinar: Building Digital Citizens

January 23rd, 2019

Digital citizenship is one of ISTE’s Standards for Students, but often these skills are not incorporated into everyday lessons. In this hour-long webinar Jacqui Murray, coach and editor of the Ask a Tech Teacher blog,  shares the essentials of digital citizenship and best practices for blending digital citizenship into lesson plans. You will…

Free Webinar: Tasks Before Apps: Evaluating and Using the Best EdTech Tools

January 23rd, 2019

Wednesday, February 20 | 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET Register Now How do you know if technology tools are truly impacting teaching and learning? This webinar will focus on ways that school leaders and educators can evaluate EdTech tools to make sure they are using the very best with their…

Digital Citizenship Pledge

August 22nd, 2018

Hold students accountable for their actions online. You can put all of the filters and firewalls in place, but in the end, the best protection against digital threats is smart decision-making. Over the years, we’ve covered different ways to teach students how to be more responsible digital citizens, most recently…

Infographic: 5 Steps to Teaching the 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship

June 18th, 2018

The best way to protect students online is to equip them with the skills to interact responsibly online. Use the information in our latest infographic, adapted from our popular webinar with Vicki Davis, to develop lessons you can introduce throughout the year to shape students into smarter digital citizens. Inside…

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On-Demand Webinar: 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship

May 10th, 2018

The most important software for keeping students safe is their own brains. If we want students to be smart digital learners, we need a framework to help them analyze and understand digital safety. In this hour-long, recorded webinar, educator Vicki Davis shares a simple framework for digital citizenship that works…

Case Study: NetRef Proves Its Worth at CJHS

April 26th, 2018

NetRef is key to the success of the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy at Central Junior High School (CJHS) in Frankfort, Illinois. Read our latest case study to learn how teachers and administrators use NetRef’s internet monitoring, management and reporting tools to: Register student devices — no downloads required Manage internet access…

Press Release: New NetRef Version Focuses on EdTech ROI Reporting for School Leaders

April 10th, 2018

DULLES, Va., April 10, 2018 — NetRef is thrilled to announce its newest version, NetRef 2018. This version includes the biggest year-to- year improvements since the original was released in 2014. NetRef now monitors and manages Internet access on any device in real time and provides school and district reports…

Infographic: Get Everyone On Board with EdTech

April 3rd, 2018

Successful, sustainable EdTech implementations hinge on support from all stakeholders. It’s important that these individuals understand EdTech’s purpose and value in schools as well as the roles they play in its implementation and use. View our latest infographic, adapted from our popular webinar with Dr. Monica Burns, to learn who…

On-Demand Webinar: 10 Tips to Get Your School Community On Board with New EdTech

February 20th, 2018

Digital tools can transform teaching and learning when thoughtfully integrated into instruction. A critical factor for successful integration is ensuring that everyone from administration and teaching staff to parents and students embrace the new technologies. And that’s often easier said than done! During this hour-long recorded webinar Dr. Monica Burns, author, EdTech &…

Case Study: Tackling Technology Challenges with Effective EdTech Solutions

October 25th, 2017

Educators at Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School (PPMH) needed a solution to their BYOD challenges. While giving students access to curriculum online via personal devices created new teaching and learning opportunities, it also created new hurdles. Among them: keeping students away from Internet distractions such as social networking. Read the case…

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