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Tuesday February 17, 2009
Blog On! — In the Classroom

According to the New York Times,“The Future of Reading” isn’t just paper based. Librarians and classroom teachers (from elementary to high school) are ushering in the digital age. They are exciting, engaging and luring kids to read, not just in print, but on-line in e-zines, books, educational video games, PowerPoint presentations, newspapers and more. Using…

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Wednesday November 5, 2008
Tech for Teens

The key to grabbing the attention of youth is to connect with them using their favourite medium. Nine out of 10 Canadian 15-year-old students have access to a home computer Students most frequently used computers for accessing information on the Internet, communicating electronically(e.g. e-mail, chat rooms), doing word processing, and playing computer games. Technology is…

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Monday November 3, 2008
The Power of 5 Friends

Ok – this blog is not supposed to be political. Especially U.S. politics. Who really wants to go there?!? However, this is an interesting – sarcastic – hugely popular – youtube video telling people “don’t vote”. Really, it is aimed at the pop culture generation; Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Snoop Dogg, Harrison Ford,…

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Are you interested in engaging youth? Visit my website: www.michelledagnino.com for resources and seminar information on how to connect with youth.


As a social entrepreneur, author, speaker and consultant, Michelle works with individuals and organizations across the country and internationally to educate, inspire change and create educational and outreach programs that support the community.


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