Category: Learning at Home and School
Teaching students to respect fair use and copyright laws is not only part of teaching them to be good digital citizens, but can also lead them to deeper learning and understanding by creating their own media.
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With winter break quickly approaching families might be interested in some of the local activities that students and their families can attend.
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During and after the school day and throughout SVVSD, students and educators will spend the week of December 4th through 10th exploring, creating, and sharing with computer science principles, which encompass topics from coding to digital citizenship to ethics to hardware and software.
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The SVVS District Digital Library offers eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming media for all students and district staff. Over 130,000 digital books were checked out last year – more than any other district in the U.S!
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When we read an interesting story that grabs our attention and leads us down a path to something new, we can get lost exploring a world we didn’t know existed. How might we foster this kind of growth in our students?
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