Focus on these essential skills to guide your students to increased digital fluency where they can act ethically, responsibly, and productively. These articles features what I believe are the fundamental digital skills every educator should possess. Check them out and share with us your feedback in the comments section.

4 Tricks for a Better Mac Experience
Mac makes absolutely gorgeous hardware. Perhaps it is this near perfection in design that makes it harder to bear the quirks you encounter when you start using your Mac. From your trackpad to your windows, here are 4 tricks that hopefully will make for a better experience on your Mac. The MacBook trackpad is the perfect example to showcase the contrast in execution between hardware and software. To the touch, it is so smooth and agreeable under the fingers, it bears no equal. Scroll or click and you are left with a surprisingly disorienting experience.

4 Tips for a Better Mac Experience

The Digital Media Making student-lead club creates regular video reports of life at Kaohsiung American School. These young video producers fully deserve the tip of the hat this week. Their creativity and editing skills need to be recognized. For example, you may notice the great way they use our green screen, do also pay attention to the fancy titles and the great use of timelapses on their DMM YouTube channel.

Digital Media Making Club Video Reports

How do you pronounce GIF
Allison and Emmie, writers for KAS' school paper KASPER, much deserve the tip of the hat this week for their super nerdy article on how to pronounce the acronym GIF. If you have not yet watched their masterpiece of a video interview, queue those 2:07 minutes up right now.

How Do You Pronounce GIF?