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Many of us had to cancel our vacations and have had to stay at home and get really creative with our own spaces.
we have some tips to get you started!
Below is my deck. Loaded with vines, herbs and flowers.
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Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching technique; it is a way to prep students/technology users for a society driven by technology. Digital citizenship is the continuously developing norms of appropriate, responsible and empowered technology use.
The concept of Digital Citizenship has become an important area of educational knowledge not only in the United States but world wide. Whether referred to as digital citizenship, digital wellness or digital ethics, the issues remain the same: how should we act when we are using digital devices, interacting with others online, and what should be taught to help the next generation be better stewards when utilizing technology.
Children today are growing up in a different world from that which many of us remember from our childhoods. Technological advances have transformed the way kids live, learn and play. It is important for adults to adapt, too, to better prepare children to be smart and savvy digital citizens.
Good digital citizenship is about more than limited screen time or off-limits websites. It refers to appropriate, responsible and empowered use of technology.
As new tech is developed, or more apps are released, the reasons for teaching good digital citizenship to children remain the same. We, as adults, need to set good examples by following these rule ourselves—not do the old, do as I say, not as I do credo.
According to the Detroit Free Press, 2019 has had one of the wettest springs on record here in Michigan! And we all know, with more rain comes more mosquitoes. Currently, MI is predicted to have an above average mosquito season thanks to the wetter than normal conditions. With cookout season upon us, these menacing mosquitoes will be waiting to feast on us in droves. Protecting yourself from mosquito bites is imperative since they can carry diseases that cause severe symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea and even death.
Are you overwhelmed by that growing to-do list, or by feeling like there are not enough hours in the day? While it may be difficult to trim your tasks completely, it is possible to make the most of the time you do have with effective time-management techniques.
These five tips to improve your time management skills are among our favorites:
So you or a loved one has been diagnosed with breast cancer...now what? Being diagnosed with any type of illness can be devastating. However, there are certain steps you can take to help you comprehend this new information and strongly move forward. Breast Cancer survival rates have increased drastically thanks to improved treatments and thorough screenings that are now available.
Below are 5 Must Do Next Steps when the diagnosis is breast cancer:
A customized plan that includes training and awareness-building efforts develops employees’ understanding of appropriate language and behavior.
Summer is upon us, and for parents, planning days without structure and a schedule isn’t always easy. The end of the school year doesn’t mean that learning and brain-building activities need to come to a halt. Research shows that kids lose approximately 22 percent of their academic skills over the summer.
Parents don’t need to resort to books and worksheets to keep children’s minds sharp either. There are many free and creative ways to help kids discover that learning is fun and can happen in any summer setting without feeling like they’re being taught a lesson. As little as a half an hour a day can help close learning gaps and strengthen academic skills without cutting into too much summer fun.