Rebranding Digital Citizenship
Having a concrete digital citizenship plan is critical for all stakeholders (students, teachers, administrators and parents) when rolling out devices. However, digital citizenship education is much more than teaching our students about appropriate use of technology. While there are valid concerns about how it is used, it is our responsibility as educators to embrace the medium and teach our students how to harness it in a positive and meaningful way. Do your students understand how to use technology in a safe and responsible way? Are they creating and collaborating with the world?
In this webinar, presented by The Digital Educator community at edWeb.net, Tanya Avrith addressed a framework to get started with teaching digital citizenship in your class/school. Learn ideas on how you can begin to teach your students how to build their digital identities and become caring citizens of a connected world using social media and the web.
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The Digital Educator is a free professional learning network (PLN) that is all about 21st-century instruction. Educators discuss creating, publishing, and sharing digital lessons to blend, flip, differentiate and more in their classrooms. This program is sponsored by Learning Bird.
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