In this edWebinar, hear two innovative educators, Gail Desler and Mike Scafati, present original ideas for taking advantage of #digcitweek week.
A strong understanding of digital citizenship is essential for students of all ages to be able to make smart choices online and in life. Meanwhile, technology is constantly changing and becomes outdated quickly, so there are always new and important skills that must be taught. The new, free K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Common Sense Education has lessons for all ages to address the current technology landscape. Common Sense Education’s Kelly Mendoza, Senior Director of Education Programs, and Jamie Knowles, Senior Manager of Educator Learning Programs, reviewed the new curriculum in “Digital Citizenship: New Lessons for a Changing World.”
In this edWebinar, Heather Callihan of Northwest Public Schools in Nebraska shows how make your students responsible and fluent social media users.
In this edWebinar, Kelly Mendoza and Jamie Knowles share exciting updates for fall 2018, including updated topics, new lessons and videos for grades 3–5.
Presented by Suzy Lolley, Instructional Technology Specialist, Cherokee County School District, Canton, GA Hosted by Common Sense Education and Sponsored by Symantec WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Digital Learning & Leadership community and go to the CE Quizzes link in the Community Toolbox. Worried about summer brain drain? In this edWebinar, Suzy Lolley, Instructional Technology Specialist at Cherokee County… read more →
In this edWebinar, Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair at New Canaan High School, CT, interviews Jackie Whiting, Library Media Specialist at Wilton High School, CT, to discover how her district approached building a digital citizenship curriculum from the ground up.
How should an entire district begin teaching digital citizenship? Creativity, flexibility, and strong goals are a must. In “Roadmap to Districtwide Digital Citizenship Adoption,” Theresa Ellington, Instructional Technology Manager at Life Schools Charter School in Texas, explained how she was able to implement a digital citizenship curriculum throughout the Title I district with limited time and no money, and shared lessons learned from the district’s first year using a digital citizenship curriculum.
In this edWebinar, Theresa Ellington, Instructional Technology Manager for Life Schools Charter School in Texas, guides us through the planning and implementation of digital citizenship from one classroom to districtwide adoption.
Common Sense recognizes the educators, schools, and districts that are committed to creating a culture of digital teaching and citizenship by implementing meaningful learning experiences within a safe and responsible environment.
Instructional Technology Specialist at Cumberland Academy of Georgia Jennifer Liang knows all about digital citizenship. But teaching the fundamentals of digital citizenship to students with High Functioning Autism is all the more important, especially as they prepare to enter college or the workforce. In “Teaching Students with Autism about Digital Citizenship,” a webinar hosted by edWeb.net and Common Sense Education and sponsored by Symantec, Jennifer discussed her teaching strategies for incorporating digital citizenship at Cumberland Academy of Georgia.