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ECIS Tech Conference 2013

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Lauren Seaberg

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of ECIS Tech Conference 2013

Developing a Lower School
Digital Citizenship
Programme Lauren Seaberg
Pre-K Grade 5 School Counsellor Sue Wakefield
Mobile Technology Coordinator ACS Hillingdon International School Resources
Get all the tools you need with their FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum and Parent Media Education Program. My favorite resource for digital citizenship!!

CEOP’s Thinkuknow resources.


The Cybersmart Schools Gateway houses a wide range of cybersafety information and teaching resources for primary and secondary schools. These accessible and engaging materials are designed to help schools develop and implement a holistic approach to cybersafety.


Resilient digital citizens recognize and seek out the 3Cs—appropriate contact, content, and conduct—in all digital settings.

http://bsqks3.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/words-i-have-used-and-learnt-in-project.html Who is in the audience? Counsellors Teachers ECIS Tech Conference
Friday, 15 March
Session 1, 11:00-12:00 “You” online is not a different “You”
It’s the same person just in different environment. Since, our students have charged ahead into a digital world full of creative opportunities, ethical dilemmas, and cyber-risks that were unimaginable just a few years ago. I believe that we will continue in this direction as the age of children with cell phones, iPads, computers, google glass, etc. get younger and younger. We need to find ways to support them. Administrators Counsellors Librarians IT Department Parents Teachers Cyber Safety Digital Citizenship The discipline of using appropriate and ethical behaviours and acknowledging moral duties and obilgations pertaining to online environments and digital media. Students practice safe strategies to protect themselves online and promote positive physical and psychological well-being when using technology. National Educational Technology Standards
(NETS-S) and Performance Indicators Constantly changing and adapting offline world 24/7 digital citizens online world commonsensemedia.org K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 K - Going Places Safely 2 - Follow the Digital Trail 4 - Staying Safe Online Parents! School Counsellors worked together to develop a scope and sequence Take time to plan, share and collaborate Flexible and adaptable.
Changes from last year to this year. Parent Information Meetings
Give advice
Communicate STATISTICS 70% of children ages 4 - 6 have used a computer or some type of technology. Approximately 30% of children between 8-11 years old have a social networking site, even though on most sites the legal age is 13! 27% of children age 3 have used technology alone, without a parents guidance. 40% of children ages 6-14 want to
learn how to use technology safely. Creating a
Digital Citizenship Programme School Procedure Any questions?
Ideas you would like to share? Thank You!
Lauren + Sue
swakefield@acs-schools.com Students “Technology has a tremendous impact on our culture. Like learning how to read and write learning digital citizenship prepares students to fully participate in a digital world that is here to stay. Let’s prepare our students with the best internet filter in the world… the one right between their ears.” Cyber Wise
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