Digital Footprint is so important

I felt the digital foot print aspect of the course was very insightful and relevant for teachers teaching in the city today. In order to be a highly effective teacher it is essential to conduct lessons that include students going online independently. I really got useful strategies when teaching my classes about having a digital foot print and how behaving in a certain manner today can effect there futures greatly. In order to maintain safety and order in I will thoroughly teach my classes about the consequences of having a digital foot print. I think that spending time on this topic before the students have access to computers and the internet is essential. I would not have thought to so if I did not take this course.

Whether you are a school administrator, teacher, parent, mentor or corporation, we can design a program to suit your needs. Let’s make the connection!

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Made me think

I found the sessions useful...I did....it really has made me think about how I am interacting with the staff and how I can connect more with each one. It really is powerful stuff. Truly. I find myself using some of these strategies even in person

A teacher has many things that they must teach a child.

The content, character, and being a duel citizen in the 21st century are three things that are assigned to teachers.

I really loved the Eight Essential Questions and Mean vs. Nice

As a speech-language pathologist I feel it is crucial to give students the language (vocabulary) to express their feelings.

Remember to slow down

This has reminded us to slow down and take time for conversation with each other/to build relationships instead of just "work" all the time

Extremely Rewarding

Working with Jill Brown and her colleagues from Generation Text Online has been extremely rewarding for the members of our leadership team. The strategies and lessons endorsed by GTO are relevant, thought provoking, and engaging. The training offers participants an opportunity to connect with colleagues, experience personal growth, and place our organization on a path to success.”

There is a huge discrepancy between what students thing and what teachers think

While adults may believe they are doing enough, students do not think we are.