Teaching Surrounded By Smart Phones

Author: Dinesh Kant Kumar
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811514011
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This book explores how smartphones affect teaching activities, students’ behavior, and learning outcomes. The Internet and smartphones are a very recent phenomenon and are evolving very rapidly, and new devices, software apps and methodologies that may upset previous understandings are emerging on a regular basis. Based on the latest research, this book shares various current perspectives and encourages continuing dialog to allow the education community to react in a timely manner to any new developments, and as such improve classroom outcomes.

Children And Mobile Phones

Author: Barrie Gunter
Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 178973035X
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This book examines research and relevant theory on the role of mobile phones in the lives of children and young people, how these technologies are used for different applications, the effects that mobile phones have on young people, and the challenges of regulating and controlling the technology and its use.

Cybertraps For Educators 2 0

Author: Frederick S Lane
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Mobile devices and social media have changed all of our lives, but no profession has been quite as affected as teaching. It's not just the challenge of incorporating technology into the classroom; it's how digital communication tools have changed the relationship of teachers with the school communities they serve. Cybertraps for Educators 2.0 is a detailed look at those changes and the risks posed to both educators and students. Every single week, a teacher or school administrator somewhere in the United States is fired for something they said on social media. More and more school districts face litigation arising out of smartphone-abetted sexual assault cases. Teachers are surrounded every day by young investigative reporters carrying sophisticated recording devices connected to global distribution platforms. And now, thanks to the worldwide pandemic, more and more education is occurring online -- with enormous implications for educator privacy, student-teacher relationships, and professional ethics. Cybertraps for Educators 2.0 is the guide that administrators and teachers need to avoid the potentially career-ending mishaps that can result from the use and misuse of digital devices. Using contemporary case studies, this timely book illustrates the pitfalls of technology and offers practical advice on how teachers, administrators, and school districts can minimize the risks of misconduct. Throughout the book, author Frederick Lane weaves in principles and standards drawn from the Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE). The MCEE was promulgated by the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) in 2015 and is the first attempt to develop a national code of ethics for educators. Lane's innovative book, Cybertraps for Educators 2.0, is the first to apply the MCEE to major issues facing the teaching profession.

Mars Probes

Author: Peter Crowther
Editor: D A W Books, Incorporated
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Seventeen intriguing science fiction tales journey to the "Red Planet" to explore the mysteries and wonders of Mars, in all original short fiction by Ray Bradbury, Gene Wolfe, Allen Steele, Alastair Reynolds, Michael Moorcock, Brian Aldiss, Stephen Baxter, and other distinguished authors. Original.

Sexts Texts And Selfies How To Keep Your Children Safe In The Digital Space

Author: Susan McLean
Editor: Penguin Group Australia
ISBN: 1760144258
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Soon enough, every parent will have to discuss online safety with their children. This book is your salvation. Widely regarded as Australia's first cyber cop, cyber-safety expert Susan McLean helps you understand and connect with your child's online world, and guide them safely through it in this revised and updated edition of her bestselling book. She shows you how to establish good online habits, set time restrictions and boundaries, identify good apps and bad apps, deal with cyber bullying, work out who to 'friend' and 'unfriend', and manage your child's digital reputation. Filled with case studies about what children get up to online and the very latest research, Susan's advice is firm but fair. With her clear guidelines, parents can allow their children to embrace and enjoy technology, without the stress or worry.

Writing Without Bullshit

Author: Josh Bernoff
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 006247717X
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Joining the ranks of classics like The Elements of Style and On Writing Well, Writing Without Bullshit helps professionals get to the point to get ahead. It’s time for Writing Without Bullshit. Writing Without Bullshit is the first comprehensive guide to writing for today’s world: a noisy environment where everyone reads what you write on a screen. The average news story now gets only 36 seconds of attention. Unless you change how you write, your emails, reports, and Web copy don’t stand a chance. In this practical and witty book, you’ll learn to front-load your writing with pithy titles, subject lines, and opening sentences. You’ll acquire the courage and skill to purge weak and meaningless jargon, wimpy passive voice, and cowardly weasel words. And you’ll get used to writing directly to the reader to make every word count. At the center of it all is the Iron Imperative: treat the reader’s time as more valuable than your own. Embrace that, and your customers, your boss, and your colleagues will recognize the power and boldness of your thinking. Transcend the fear that makes your writing weak. Plan and execute writing projects with confidence. Manage edits and reviews flawlessly. And master every modern format from emails and social media to reports and press releases. Stop writing to fit in. Start writing to stand out. Boost your career by writing without bullshit.

Summary Igen Why Today S Super Connected Kids Are Growing

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Static Jedi

Author: Eric Samuel Timm
Editor: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1621362728
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Overthrowing Your Empire of Noise Noise. It’s everywhere. Televisions blaring out commercials. Opinions shouted over the radio. The Internet and its unlimited distractions. All of the tasks and choices that you know don't really matter. Always intensifying, becoming a deep part of our everyday cycle, our now hurried lives. But often God speaks to us in the stillness. When Elijah needed to hear from God, God sent a fire, a quake, and a huge wind. But God wasn’t in the fire. He wasn’t in the quake. He wasn’t in the wind. God was in the whisper. But the noise hides the whisper. Life is a dangerous place when we are stripped of our ability to hear God clearly. During His time here on earth Jesus Christ was a master of noise. He balanced time healing, teaching, and feeding the multitudes with regular periods alone with His Father. Static Jedi takes a look at the life of Jesus to help you master the noise and distractions and live in clarity.

Artificial Intelligence In Education

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Sci-fi authors, Moviemakers and futurists have been dreaming Artificial Intelligence taking over for decades now. They have been defining the new horizon of robotic technology, artificial brain and artificial intelligence for a long time. However, what was their dreams, the researchers and scientists of the twenty-first century have turned it almost into a mere reality. Artificial Intelligence nowadays has surrounded us. Almost all the technical and some of the non-technical fields are improving pretty fast, holding the hands of Artificial Intelligence. From the auto parking facility in your car to the sometimes frustrating voice assistance application in your Smartphone. From defining diseases and their medication in the healthcare sector to our education system nowadays, you name it. Almost everything that contains the word *smart* before its name is been operated with Artificial Intelligence.True is the fact that we are not going to make robots that are self-aware like they were in the Star Wars movies in the next decade (with these capable scientists of this century, it is safe to talk only about the next decade and not more than that). However, we are already using Artificial Intelligence not only in the technological sectors but also in different sectors of society like medicine and healthcare. Even in Education. This might isn't as mind-blowing as it seems in your Smartphone and you don't expect the humanoid robots teaching you in your class. At least not in the next decade like we said. However, there are some cases where AI has been involved with our education system.There are a lot of Projects where the Artificial Brains have been helping both the teachers and the students to get the maximum out in return from our education system.

Scientific American

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Journal Of Technology Education

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Current Politics Economics Of China

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Global Marketing Management

Author: Kiefer Lee
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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File Size: 76,19 MB
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Providing coverage of the issues which define marketing in the world today, this title covers long-standing topics, integrates and draws on new and existing theoretical insights from other management disciplines including services marketing, knowledge management, relationship marketing, e-commerce and e-business and corporate social responsibility.

The Commonwealth Yearbook

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Singapore Business

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The Didactical Applicability Of The Simpsons At School In The Context Of The Episode Mypods And Broomsticks

Author: Anastasia Wolter
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656871949
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 2,3, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen (Anglistik), course: Teaching English as a Foreign Language, language: English, abstract: With the Simpsons' episode "Mypods and Broomsticks" one can show the students how people, including themselves, are influenced by media and what they see on television and how the episodes of The Simpsons contain actual political or cultural topics. Apart from that media plays such an important role in school because students have to be taught how to work with media and technology (containing television and serials). First of all the work will discuss the importance of animated films and serials and how media is influencing the perception of the world. Because of this and its expanding area of influence on the children, it is important to consider media in school and to work with it, so that the students are familiar with media. The episode “Mypods and Boomsticks” will be analyzed and its importance for the perception of the Americans and their way of life will be shown. It contains many intertextual hints and stereotypes and is a good example of how the Americans see themselves and their culture and compare it to cultures from people of a foreign country.

African Women Writing Resistance

Author: Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez
Editor: Women in Africa and the Diaspo
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African Women Writing Resistance is the first transnational anthology to focus on women’s strategies of resistance to the challenges they face in Africa today. The anthology brings together personal narratives, testimony, interviews, short stories, poetry, performance scripts, folktales, and lyrics. Thematically organized, it presents women’s writing on such issues as intertribal and interethnic conflicts, the degradation of the environment, polygamy, domestic abuse, the controversial traditional practice of female genital cutting, Sharia law, intergenerational tensions, and emigration and exile. Contributors include internationally recognized authors and activists such as Wangari Maathai and Nawal El Saadawi, as well as a host of vibrant new voices from all over the African continent and from the African diaspora. Interdisciplinary in scope, this collection provides an excellent introduction to contemporary African women’s literature and highlights social issues that are particular to Africa but are also of worldwide concern. It is an essential reference for students of African studies, world literature, anthropology, cultural studies, postcolonial studies, and women’s studies. A Choice Outstanding Academic Book Outstanding Book, selected by the Public Library Association Best Books for High Schools, Best Books for Special Interests, and Best Books for Professional Use, selected by the American Association of School Libraries

Saad Digest

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The Network Society

Author: Manuel Castells
Editor: Center for Transatlantic Relations
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This volume explores the patterns and dynamics of the network society in its policy dimension, ranging from the knowledge economic, based in technology and innovation, to the organizational reform and modernization in the public sector, focusing also the media and communication policies. The Network Society is our society, a society made of individuals, businesses and state operating from the local, national and into the international arena.

The Complete Book Of Horses

Author: James Kerswell
Editor: Gramercy
ISBN: 9780517065952
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Explores all aspects of the world of horses, including the range of breeds and roles and practical information on selecting and caring for a horse or pony as a pet.