Interesting reading this week:

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Interesting Reading by Gyula Kardos, shared on Wikimedia Commons as a public domain work of art

What is ‘digital wellbeing’?  Definitely something I’m interested in at the moment.  As we demand our students use technology to aid in their learning, are we doing everything we can to teach them about looking after themselves as well.  I will have a look at this more in-depth in the ‘Tech-free Tuesday’ post I am still working on.  (Shared by Sally on Twitter.)

A belated confession.  An extremely honest post about how we can’t be awesome at all of the things all of the time.  So much of this resonated with me.  And it is so good to hear stuff like this from our heroes.  Look after your health and well-being, people – be awesome at some of the things some of the time – and don’t beat yourself up about it!  (Shared by the Mighty Little Librarian on Twitter.)

Is social media making promoting ignorance in educators?  A good reminder about how to make social media platforms work for you and to think before you share other people’s content.  There is a lot of good stuff here about information literacy and I think social media would be a much better place if all people heeded this advice, not just educators!  (Shared by Train the Teacher on WordPress.)

 

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2 thoughts on “Interesting reading this week:

  1. You’re so welcome! I think it’s interesting to see where my PLN leads me and from which platform. Maybe I’m also collecting a bit of ammunition for those school librarians that tell me Twitter is a waste of time 😉

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