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All Out of F*cks To Give

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #325. My publication of this newsletter has been inconsistent over the last month. I have been traveling a lot in between classes as my father quickly fought, and ultimately lost a battle against lung cancer. I will travel again next week as we’re holding a celebration of…

Becoming Human Again

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #324. I spent as much of my time offline as possible this week. I’m slowly turning part of my garage into a makerspace. More info to come soon. 😉 I hope you and those around you are well. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would…

I Don’t Get This Internet Thing

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #323. I posted the following this week: The Metaverse and the Future of the Internet – My response to a Pew Research Center survey about the metaverse and how it will mature by 2040. Guidance on Planning and Building an Organization’s Website – I serve as one…

Vibe Shift Coming

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #322. I posted the following this week: Why Can’t We Agree on What’s True? – Blaming social media or the Internet for what people choose to say is like blaming soapboxes for the people standing on them.The Beginning Will Suck – Starting a new project? Get out…

Becoming Indistractable

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #321. I posted the following this week: Developing a Culture of Inquiry – This week I presented a workshop focused on reading and supporting students as they interact in classes. This post includes my slide deck and a recording of the session.Sharing What You Love – What…

Trusted Third Parties

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #320. I posted the following this week: Think of your life in chunks – Bill Gates is given attribution for stating that “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” How you think abotu today…and plan…

Technology Weirds The World

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #319. I posted the following this week: Digital Wildfires: Tending to social media in the ELA classroom – Wrote up and just submitted this piece with a great group of colleagues about the challenges of dealing with misinformation and disinformation in/out of the classroom…and what educators can…

All That Becomes You

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #318. I posted the following this week: Mind The Gap – The “gap” is the space between where we’re actually standing and where we want to be. It’s a call to action to live according to our values and culture, and not just talking about it.Assessing My…

All Kinds of Bad Behavior

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #317. I worked on a bunch of things in the background. Let’s see if anything takes root. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Reach out and say hello at hello@digitallyliterate.net. Watch on YouTube The Social…

Lies don’t end relationships…the truth does

Welcome to the new year. Let’s hope that it’s a new year. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #316. I posted the following this week: Becoming a Student Privacy Expert – I completed the Student Privacy Train-the-Trainer Program for K12 from the Future Privacy Forum. I’ve shared content from the FPF and their Student Privacy Compass…