Students are using social media more during the Covid-19 distancing, but they say they are avoiding news-driven sites. Continue reading Students’ Social Media Use Increases During Isolation
It’s taken over the gaming industry, social media, and millions of people’s sleep schedule. Even more interesting is the fact that this game is free. Almost overnight, it seems everyone is playing—yes you guessed it—Fortnite.
Continue reading The Video Game That’s Sweeping the Nation and Central High School
Rapid City Area Schools has replaced Central’s Stream laptops with touchscreen laptops. Continue reading School Swaps Out Struggling Laptops
The language learning app Duolingo stands out for its flexibility and relevancy, notably helping students keep language skills sharp when class is not in session. Continue reading Duolingo: Breaking Down Barriers
By Leah Emerson Our phones are the extension of our personalities. We take them everywhere we go, so why not make the best of it? Our phones allow us to be ultra-productive if we use them the right way. I’ve come up with a list of the top ten apps for students in our fast paced world. 1. Spark An influx of emails can become … Continue reading Ten Apps Every Student Should Consider
This week on the Pine Needle three students consider the state of manners in our culture and consider the question, Is technology ushering in a new era of rudeness? by: Eric Boal Manners have changed a lot over time but the dilemma in that is that everyone has different views on what is rude and what is not rude. Back in the day many people … Continue reading Issues: Technology and Manners – Manners Change
This week on the Pine Needle three students consider the state of manners in our culture and consider the question, Is technology ushering in a new era of rudeness? by: Eric Mayforth In today’s world, technology is getting better and better. We seem to use it the most with countless hours on Facebook, texting our friends, experiencing virtual lives online. Now the question of when … Continue reading Issues: Technology and Manners – Misunderstanding Needs Leads to Rudeness