The use of digital media for bullying is an important concern, and can take many forms. It has some specific features that are not present in other forms of bullying. What do you think you need to teach students about cyberbullying?
- Online bullying. Internet safety 101.
- Ultimate Parent Guide on internet safety.
- Parent Guide for Children’s Privacy on the Internet.
- Digital Citizenship Guide for Parents
- Stop cyberbullying. Various information, including diagnostic.
- Bubble.us. Simple brainstorming, mind mapping tool.
- Mindmeister. Basic free version with up to 3 mind maps.
- Coggle. Similar to Mindmeister
- Social networking in plain English.
- 5 Best practices with Facebook. Use Facebook with a focus, friend with caution, use a Facebook Group, use a Facebook Page, consider alternatives.
- Geogebra. Amazing software for all areas of high school math, with good integration of visual and algebraic representations.
- Graspable math. Grab parts of algebraic expressions and literally more them around. Get a physical sense of algebraic operations. Watch learning scientist Dr. Erin Ottmar explain the background.
- WISE: Web-based Inquiry Science Environment. Excellent environment and research-based curriculum to engage high-school students in science inquiry projects. There is a server in China.
- EcoMUVE. A MUVE is a multiuser virtual environment. This one developed by Dr. Chris Dede and colleagues (Harvard University) provides an immersive virtual environment, a digital world in which students can carry out inquiry about ecological questions. In conjunction with this they also do field studies in the physical world.
- The Concord Consortium. This centre has been developing innovative hardware and software to support STEM learning for decades. Have a look at their resources page. Based on and contributing to learning-sciences research.
- PhET: Interactive simulations for science and math from the University of Colorado. Founded by physics Nobel laureate Dr. Carl Wieman.
- GoLabz: Online repository of online labs, apps, and inquiry spaces from a large project funded by the European Union.
- TeachArchives.org: Archival material to teach history. (US-based.)
- CIRCL: Center for Innovative Research in Cyber Learning (lots of projects/ideas)