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Vermont’s Premier Education Technology Conference
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Friday, November 7 • 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Empowering Students in Cyberspace: Teaching Digital Citizenship and 21st Century Skills

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Today’s students are growing up in a digital world with potential for collaboration, critical thinking and creation, but how can we help keep them safe? Join us to learn about Common Sense Media’s free research-based, Common Core aligned curriculum that teaches students to be media-savvy digital citizens in an engaging manner. Curriculum is available online with interactive activities, videos, and assessments. You'll leave with ideas and tools that you can immediately implement into your school.

Presenters
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Jason Jackson

West Virginia Education Program Manager, Common Sense Media

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Education Networks of America (Corporate Sponsor)

Education Networks of America (Corporate Sponsor)
ENA is the nation’s leading provider of managed data, voice and video solutions to school systems, libraries and governments. The converged networks that we design, deploy and manage, as well as the digital classroom resources we offer, improve instructional capabilities and operational efficiencies. ENA currently serves more than 9.7 million customers and over 5,300 sites with best-of-breed technologies, around-the-clock network support and... Read More →

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Friday November 7, 2014 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Gateway II

Attendees (31)