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Digital Citizenship - Educate Focus

This presentation focuses on the "educate" elements of Mike Ribble's framework. It provides specific links to online resources to support teachers.

David Cruz

on 5 March 2013

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship - Educate Focus

"If I searched your name online right now
what would I find about you?" Digital
Citizenship Digital
Security Digital
Access Digital
Literacy Digital
Health & Wellness Digital
Communication Digital
Rights and Responsibilities Digital
Law Digital
Etiquette Digital
Commerce Respect Educate Protect making appropriate decisions when faced with so many different digital communication options learning about how to be effective consumers in a new digital economy committing to equal digital access as new technologies emerge, learners need to learn how to use that technology quickly and appropriately committing to respectful and responsible behaviour on and off the net obeying the laws of society and treating information ethically knowing one's rights and responsibilities while working digitally Committing to keeping computers and information secure so that people who use them are secure Learning how to stay physically and psychologically healthy in a digital society Print Resources Lester B. Pearson School Board http://dcp.lbpsb.qc.ca/ Online Resources http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators Common Sense Media Media Smarts "Some stop -gap measures have been created, such as acceptable use policies (AUPs)...[they] are designed to help define the rules of technology use in school. The problem is that few of these AUPs teach the use of digital technology...AUPs tell the student what they can and cannot do with technology at school. These rules do not teach students what is appropriate and why, and instead simply define the uses that are restricted in the school setting." (P. 9 , Digital Citizenship in Schools, Ribble 2011) Lesson Plans http://bit.ly/x4nFsO Media Smarts http://bit.ly/y6HDCB http://bit.ly/xx2Zg1 What does it mean to be
a 'good' digital citizen? DIGITAL IDENTITY The GOOD The BAD The UGLY DIGITAL TATTOO http://www.screenr.com/1bh8 How can we help our students be good digital citizens? My Diigo Lists: http://www.diigo.com/list/dcruz22/Digital-Citizenship Web 2.0 Tools Check List for Tools What are the terms of use?
What is there to consider? What are the age restrictions?
Where is the information stored?
What can be stored? 2.0 http://bit.ly/TZVy1b http://www.diigo.com/list/dcruz22/byod-or-byot http://intranet.peelschools.org/21stCentury/Pages/default.aspx PDSB 21st Century Teaching and Learning http://mediasmarts.ca/ http://www.slideshare.net/coolcatteacher/enlightened-digital-citizenship http://www.21stcenturyfluency.com/fluencies.cfm http://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/Prim_Splash/documents/domains_and_themes.pdf Examples of other digital citizenship frameworks GOALS Digital Citizenship
umbrella term
nine elements
ideas for developing protocols, norms, practices Resources:
printed Examples:work with
PD with teachers Mike Ribble: "the norms of appropriate, responsible behaviour with regard to technology use" http://intranet.peelschools.org/21stCentury/Policies/Pages/default.aspx http://intranet.peelschools.org/21stCentury/Teaching/BYOD/Pages/Default.aspx Example: Student can research on the Web and find reliable, accurate, authoritative, & up-to-date information and is aware of bias. Example: Student can research a product online, compare prices, shop online and understand how auction sites (e.g., eBay) work. Example: Student can appropriately use email, text message, blog, tweet, etc. to communicate a message for a specific & intentional purpose. Example: Students can use their own PEDs in school to help them learn (BYOD); students without PEDs can borrow school-owned technology. Example: Students know that there is a right time and place to talk to someone on their cell phone. Example: Student is aware that 'sexting' is illegal. One's online actions can seriously affect others and some activities are criminal. Example: Students understand concepts such as copyright, intellectual property, privacy, public domain, fair use, Creative Commons licensing Example: Student does not walk across a busy street while texting or listening to music with headphones (environmental awareness); being aware of addictiveness of certain technologies or social media sites Example: Student does not use the same password for all the web sites they use. Also, all passwords are kept private.
Username: onedt10
Password: wut4kx http://padlet.com/wall/2owblf10jm Anytime Access Anywhere BYOD
at a
school... How can BYOD be facilitated? Active Directory Wireless THANK
YOU! http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-students.aspx http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-teachers.aspx http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-administrators.aspx
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