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Century Technology and Student Behavior: Same Same But Different

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While technology in the classroom offers many opportunities for student learning, many worry about how students may abuse access to the internet and 21st Century Technology. This slideshow hopefully …

While technology in the classroom offers many opportunities for student learning, many worry about how students may abuse access to the internet and 21st Century Technology. This slideshow hopefully demonstrates that while technology (cell phones, iPads, computers, social networking) offers opportunities for bullying, distraction, and other poor choices, these behaviors are not new to children and adolescents.
Completed as part of the CoETaIL program at YIS.

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    • 1. 21st Century Technology and Student Behavior: Same Same But Different CoETaIL Course Two Project Sunita Devadas, Alex Guenther, Rebekah Madrid, Monna McDiarmid & Adam Seldis
    • 2. BULLYING - now ...
    • 3. Bullying The internet gets blamed for allowing bullies to bully... Photo from Flickr: Amys Picture by Blue Square Thing
    • 4. and ... then
    • 5. ... theyve always been outthere.Photo from Flickr: Bully by trix0r
    • 6. Sneaking looks atINAPPROPRIATECONTENT - now ...
    • 7. Naughty pictures Photo from Flickr: World of shamecraft by Videocrab
    • 8. and ... then
    • 9. .Photo from Flickr: Smut by Rex Roof
    • 10. Passing NOTES- now ...
    • 11. Text Girl by Uberculture
    • 12. and ... then
    • 13. Passing Notes used with written permission by Ren (LW)
    • 14. Making EXCUSES - now ...
    • 15. So... There is no wifi in this studio by jessica mullen
    • 16. and ... then
    • 17. Pug With Damp Geometry Homework by zoomar
    • 18. Violent ROLE PLAYING games- now ...
    • 19. FPG (First Person Gaming) by Luke Hayfield Photography on Flickr
    • 20. and ... then
    • 21. Injuns want their cap guns by theirhistory on Flickr
    • 22. Flying PLANES in CLASS - now ...
    • 23. F-2 Mitsubishi Fighter by Keiyac
    • 24. and ... then
    • 25. A realistic paper plane-img25 vt chip.hedler
    • 26. Wasting TIME - now ...
    • 27. iCade Cabient by Rob Boudan on Flickr
    • 28. and ... then
    • 29. Simon plays Pacman by Maxcady808
    • 30. Designing a house in class - now ...
    • 31. Minecraft - Cool House by Reece Bennett
    • 32. and ... then
    • 33. Little Man and House by Elfboy
    • 34. Cheating at MATH - now ...
    • 35. Screenshot 1 by Alex G.
    • 36. and ... then
    • 37. Casio by kellogg
    • 38. Writing rude comments onsomeones WALL - now ...
    • 39. Facebook Birthday Wall by jurvetson
    • 40. and waaaaaay back ... then
    • 41. Good Graffiti #2 by tortipede
    • 42. You might even say that... There is no new thing under the sun.or that... The more things change, the more they remain the same.  or that in fact...Each generation imagines itself to be moreintelligent than the one that went before it,and wiser than the one that comes after it.1. Alphonse Karr, Les Guêpes, January 1849, vi (via http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Change)2. Ecclesiastes, (via http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Ecclesiastes)3. George Orwell (via http://www.brainyquote.co/quotes/keywords/generation_2.html#ixzz1gefkaD2P)