This webinar is hosted in English
Examples of classroom projects that reinforce new media literacies, encourage awareness about the “public, permanent, and traceable” nature of an online presence, and offer opportunities to collaborate academically, respectfully, and responsibly online.
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Karen Blumberg is a Technology Integrator at The School at Columbia University in New York City. She works with faculty and students to integrate technology academically, respectfully, and responsibly. Previously, she was a Technology Integrator at Sacred Heart teaching robotics and programming to 5th through 7th grades and supporting the faculty's technology and integration needs. Karen also taught 7th grade Math at The Dalton School and 7th/8th grade Math at LaBrum Middle School, a public school in Philadelphia. An organizer of TEDxNYED, TEDxYouth@TheSchool, EdCampNYC, and the Robo Expo, Karen is also a past President of the New York Consortium of Independent School Technologists (NYCIST). Karen has presented at multiple conferences around the country about teaching students to navigate social media and working with teachers to develop digital projects that embrace new media literacies. Karen is passionate about photography, traveling, bargain shopping, and good eats.