Norwegian Winter Advice and Digital Citizenship Classes with Robin Colner
Glass Half Full Winter Advice From The Norwegians!
Not sure how you guys are managing the psycho cold weather if you’re feeling it where you live, but there is something to be said for what Norwegians call ‘koselig’! It means “coziness” and basically it’s a conscious effort to light candles and fires, drink warm beverages and snuggle under blankets . As for going outside when it’s NO DEGREES, Norwegians have a saying that “there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing,” which typifies their ingrained belief that being active is part of a happy life?and, especially, a happy winter.
Digital Citizenship Classes Are In The News Today! They’re Catching On Catching On In Schools! How are you doing navigating the tangled web? According to OZY.com , about 60 percent of U.S. K-12 schools now offer digital citizenship courses, which teach kids born in the era of smartphones about online safety, cyberbullying and privacy. Though such classes were virtually unknown before 2010, states like Washington and Utah are now legislating internet safety into basic educational requirements. And while some schools still resist using screens in classrooms, advocates say teaching responsible use of social media lets kids stay connected to their coursework from home ? and keeps parents linked in! Now about the parents…lets make sure you can maximize social media for your own purposes in 2018! Loved expert Robin Colner’s recent piece on 6 Practical Tips For Digital and Social Marketing Success in 2018! Tune in LIVE 10:20am eastern to hear Robin! Whew glad I grabbed her to start the week off on the right foot!
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