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Tuesday, February 26 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Unraveling the Web

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As educators, we are painfully aware that the world is flooded with a wealth of readily available information. The challenge for teachers and students alike becomes deciphering what is legitimate. Session attendees will learn new methods for conducting credible research, gathering reliable data and validating information found online. Additionally, this session will demonstrate resources for investigating plagiarism and ways of validating and citing Internet resources. This session is designed to assist administrators, technology professionals and educators to "unravel the web" to uncover the relevant and pertinent data. Finding factual information is only half the battle. It is vital to use this information in a responsible way that allows students to examine the difference between quality content and information designed to divide, polarize and sensationalize. Numerous free tools will be identified that can assist educators in teaching students how to use information from the internet responsibly and become effective digital citizens.

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James Gubbins

District Technology Coordinator, Maine Township High School District 207
James Gubbins has been on the forefront of implementing technology in the classroom for the past two decades. He maintains the blog zenodotus.net which gives succinct, helpful information on useable technology and explores current trends in educational design and pedagogy. As the... Read More →


Tuesday February 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
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