Tristan Steinke

Tristan Steinke

Tristan Steinke
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Success is an iceberg. Such an important thing to remember, especially if you ever get jealous of successful people or wonder HOW they could just be that much more amazing at what they do than you are. You might only see the product, but that doesn't mean there wasn't a lot of failure, risks, and sheer unstoppable determination to get there. Remember that. :) Failure is ALWAYS an option!

Success is an iceberg. The work is done quietly and without reward. Everyone can see the results of your effort. There are no overnight success stories.

An interesting acronym that could easily be printed and posted in classrooms as a reminder.

Awesome Digital Citizenship Poster to Use in Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

TED Talk with Juan Enriquez: Your online life, permanent as a tattoo. A helpful resource for teaching high school students about their digital footprint.

In this short talk, Juan Enriquez looks at the surprisingly permanent effects of digital sharing on our personal privacy. He shares insight from the ancient Greeks to help us deal with our new “digital tattoos.

Think Time: How Does Cyberbullying Affect You?  - A short video outlining what cyberbullying is and how it affects the population.

Great resources available to teachers intended to inform the viewers about cyberbullying - Uses American statistics, but is relevant nonetheless.

Great lesson plan for middle school digital citizenship.

Great lesson plan for middle school digital citizenship. This would be a great lesson during a citizenship unit because it would interest the students with a topic that they are familiar with.

Digital citizenship has been a big topic of debate at #iste13. Here's a fun way to teach students digital citizenship in the classroom.

Digital citizenship has been a big topic of debate. Here's a fun way to teach students digital citizenship in the classroom.

Knowthenet presents Manners Matter

Digital citizenship - Manners matter: The students need to learn what they can do and what they must not do. It gives students the Do's and the Don'ts of using the internet and social media.