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Digital Literacy and Citizenship Parent Workshop

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Transcript of Digital Literacy and Citizenship Parent Workshop

Digital Literacy and Citizenship

Character Education for a Digital Age
Digital Citizenship
Guess???
How many
hours
per week does the average American child between the age of
8-18
spend with media and technology?
“In this increasingly
global world
of information, students must be taught to
seek
diverse perspectives,
gather
and use information ethically, and
use
social tools responsibly and safely.”

Digital Literacy -

* knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviors

* on a broad range of devices
(Cornell University)
Digital Citizenship

* appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.

~ Mike Ribble ~
53
7 1/2 hours a day
- not including talking on the phone or texting

(Common Sense Media)
Digital Communication
Digital Access
Digital Literacy
Digital Law
Digital Etiquette
It is
not
enough to create rules and policy, we must
teach
everyone to become
responsible
digital citizens in this new society.

~Mike Ribble~
Digital Security
Digital Health
Cyberbullying
* sometimes act by themselves
*causes only emotional harm
(can lead to physical harm)
* kids may use more extreme language online than in person
* can be very public - fast
* age and size are less important
Digital Rights and Responsibilities
Everyone Makes Mistakes
- Common Sense Media

- GoodPlay Project - Howard Gardner

- Standards: Common Core, ISTE(international society for Technology Education), AASL (American Association of School Librarians)

"...Of 20 million children using Facebook, 5 million under the age of 10"

Required Age = 13

(Consumer Reports, 2011)
Digital Literacies
Important
Issues
Personal
Interests
FACEBOOK

http://inbythroughhim.blogspot.mx/2014/01/why-i-am-getting-divorce-in-2014.html

http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Resources.html

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2010/dec/28/uk-children-home-computer-access

Mark Zukerberg Photo Source: The Hollywood Reporter

http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/p/keep-calm-and-follow-netiquette/

http://nanospeck.hubpages.com/hub/Hubber-Health-Risk-Computer-and-Health

http://edtp504sum11-2.wikispaces.com/Digital+Rights+and+Responsibilities

https://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_build_a_school_in_the_cloud
Resources
What am I doing?
Digital Commerce
American Association of School Librarians
- Standards for the 21st Century Learner
Resources From Today
http://commonsensemedia.org

Survey
1. Do you have a cellphone? With internet?
2. What is your favorite Social Media App?
3. Who spends the most time using technology in your family?
4. Do you have a rule about screentime?
If so, what is it?
5. Is there anything you worry about when you are online?
6. Is there something you would like to learn how to do?
https://docs.google.com/a/asfg.edu.mx/forms/d/18FTZsW3HNmWsXLWfSFoVHaQsSzPoV9OAFc79bpvdURw/viewanalytics
https://docs.google.com/a/asfg.edu.mx/forms/d/1h3toijfYNYpRAkLEBLJkrtE8miz1EsRCUZaxwQKTK0M/viewanalytics
https://goo.gl/YWx66m
Screentime
Who is your child's GREATEST influence?

VS.
VS.
VS.
Whose
Reality?
- Personal and Private Information
- Secure Passwords - Don’t share with anyone
- Always ask permission before you use the internet
- Go to places that are just right for you
- Only talk to people you know
- If you see something that makes you uncomfortable - tell an adult
Internet Safety
1. teach time management

2. opportunities to learn how to remove themselves from or end screen time

3. “digital Sabbath” - experience life together without
*harder for parents than children
Digital Footprint/Digital Dossier
Social Media
SCALE

- Predators

- Cyberbullying

- *Self-exploration

3rd Largest Country - 400 million active users (April 2010)

"...Of 20 million children using Facebook, 5 million under the age of 10"

Required Age = 13

(Consumer Reports, 2011)
Facebook
1. Personal information is at risk.

2. Not developmentally ready.

3. Lying is just plain wrong!

* European Union age = 16 (Dec. 2015)
Why Social Media Age Matters!
A. Themselves
B. Friends
C. Teachers
D. Parents

Monitor
1. Teach children to ask questions
- who, what , when
2. NSA vs Manipulated vs. Absent
3. Model Behavior
- May I post this photo of you?
Contracts
* When both people feel seen, known, heard, and respected in a relationship, they begin to generate mutual empowerment
- their actions within the online and mobile realm are expected to reflect that mutual respect and understanding

*Rules don't work - behaviors do

https://docs.google.com/document/d/12dBg3VUthsCRd215_K8879y84hRaVGS42acgMCCIYOs/edit
* Great idea to create a contract for both parent and child
encourage conversation about technology
all kinds of family technologies
emphasize mutual respect

- B.F. Skinner and
Punnishments

* Retribution
- accountability
- restoring a relationship

- We learn from our mistakes

Raise Digital Citizens
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