As a three year old, I wore red cowboy hats and wrote stories in the margins. As a five year old, I dug for clay under swingsets and jumped from slides with "Wonder Woman" as my battle cry. My dad died when I was six because he drank too much. My Mama's heart broke when I was 26; I couldn't fix it. I've spent my life in Denver, living and loving. I'm a restless spirit who is finally seeing the peace in every day--who finally loves where she is and who she is just because it is what it is. I'm a human being. I make mistakes.
As a single mom and technology professional dancing the lines between work, mommyhood, men and the everyday challenges of life, Carrie Basham Young brings humor and reality to writing about life in San Francisco, California, where everything is both organic and smartphone-enabled. Talksocialtome.com discusses everything from startup culture to online dating - if it's social, it's here!...more
Taylor Gifts has been in business since 1952. In that time we have been providing unique gifts and other items that help to make life easier. Our blog focuses on these items, how they work and other topics related to these areas. Some of the topics that we focus on are, health and fitness, gardening, cooking, orgranization and much more.
When I ponder the question of who's responsibility is it to teach students to be safe online, I fall back on the saying by Hillary Clinton, "It takes a village to raise a child". I am not sure how this is any different than any other aspect of learning. As a society, we have an obligation to teach children to respect themselves and protect themselves in all aspects of their lives.
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Integrating technology into our classrooms is a must. The jobs, skills and everyday lifestyles of modern life require students to be able to use digital resources and tools creatively, effectively and responsibly. As teachers, we need to stay up-to-date with the latest innovations to ensure classroom relevancy and engagement, and to give students what they need to thrive in the digital age....more