Logan Paul, and the toxic YouTube prank culture that created him, explained (video contribution invitation)

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How to Write a Quality Comment! (intermediate)

Video (4:38)

Discussion Questions

    1. Why isn’t a short comment like “nice” or “great” a good comment?
    2. Why would you like to receive “quality comments” on your SeeSaw learning journal or other places you might share your ideas and work online?
    3. What are some examples of how you can “get a conversation going” with a comment in SeeSaw, on a blog, or somewhere else?
    4. What was your favorite suggestion from this video?
    5. How can we encourage each other to leave “quality comments?”

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If you share this video with your students, consider reaching out to the teacher who created it, 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Linda Yollis! You can contact Mrs. Yollis on Twitter @lindayollis. Check out her classroom blog, her classroom 365 photo project, and learn more on her website “About” page.

Be Kind Online (lower)

Video (1:57)

Discussion Questions

  1. What websites do you visit at school or home where people can chat together or write comments for each other?
  2. Why is it important for us to be kind to each other online?
  3. Have you had an experience when someone was not kind to you online? Would you share the story?
  4. What can we do to remind each other to be kind in person and online?
  5. What are some examples of comments we could leave for each other, maybe with help from an older student or an adult, for a classmate on our SeeSaw learning journal?

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In 2018, AI will gain a moral compass (video contribution invitation)

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Top Ethical Dilemmas in Science for 2018 (video contribution invitation)

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