Mom and Dad vs. The Cyberbully – Letter in NY Times
December 19, 2010 by Matt
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From Fear to Facebook: One School’s JourneyMatt Levinson has written a stimulating, provocative book about the educational opportunities and challenges posed by the new digital media. ---Howard Gardner
- From Fear to Facebook is an insider's view of the journey from peril to possibility with digital media in school communities. Matt Levinson gives a clear picture of how communities need to work together to create safe, innovative opportunities for kids to learn with digital media. From Fear to Facebook tells the story of the cultural shift happening in schools with technology and provides a road map for how to navigate this sea change with buy-in from all key stakeholders. The stories [Levinson] shares are grounded in the day-to-day challenges and opportunities that accompany digital media. From Fear to Facebook should be required reading for schools looking to figure out how to optimize technology to enhance teaching and learning. ---Jim Steyer, CEO and Founder, Common Sense Media
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