3 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2020
    1. digital natives?

      let's get rid of this term so those in power are no longer abe to shirk responsibility of teaching children and young people digital skills

  2. Jul 2017
    1. It is true that today’s students have grown up in an online world and are developing profi-ciency with gaming, social networking, video, and texting (Alvermann, Hutchins, & DeBlasio, 2012; Zickuhr, 2010). However, this does not nec-essarily mean they are skilled in the effective use of online information, perhaps the most important aspect of the Internet. Studies show that stu-dents lack critical evaluation skills when reading online (Bennet, Maton, & Kervin, 2008; Forzani & Maykel, 2013; Graham & Metaxas, 2003) and that they are not especially skilled with reading to locate information online (Kuiper & Volman, 2008).

      The Internet is not simply a "toy." You have unlimited knowledge at your finger tips now but few people still know how to access it and learn on their own.

  3. Jun 2015
    1. 95% of students between 12 - to 17 - year - old go online regularly,

      Need source for that.

      Web annotation engages students where they already are: on the Internet. And gives them a powerful tool for being thoughtful, engaged citizens therein.