Learn how comics and digital storytelling are great vehicles to help students understand digital citizenship in a fun, fast-paced, and meaningful way.
From starting the conversation, to role modeling, to supporting authentic learning experiences around digital citizenship, you’ll learn seven essential ways you can build a positive culture around media and technology in your school or district.
From Online Assessments to Digital Citizenship, Creating a Continuum of Instruction.
Presented by Sara Heaps, Head of Content for Nearpod; Joshua Tappan, Professional Development Manager for Nearpod; and Kelly Mendoza, Senior Manager of Professional Development for Common Sense Education Hosted by Common Sense Education | Sponsored by Symantec WATCH THE WEBINAR RECORDING How can you make teaching digital citizenship more interactive, with real-time feedback from students? Common Sense Education’s K-12 Digital Citizenship curriculum is now available on Nearpod, which combines interactive… read more →
edWeb.net is delighted to announce its partnership with the first national Digital Citizenship Summit to be held in Hartford, CT, on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015.
Digital citizenship, and its focus on improving the ways we utilize technology (safe/savvy/ethical), is important to educators, administrators, parents, students, industry, and various non-profits.
In this interactive edWeb webinar, Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Associate Professor at the University of Saint Joseph, provided examples of how to get more student voice involved in digital citizenship project-based learning (PBL) throughout the school year.
In this edWeb webinar hosted by the Digital Citizenship community, Kelly Mendoza, Director of Professional Development for Education at Common Sense, explained the steps to take to become a Digital Citizenship Certified School certified this year. Attendees learned about the benefits of certification and how their schools can be recognized for helping kids be safe and smart digital citizens!
In this edWeb.net webinar hosted by the Essential Elements for Digital Learning community, Steve Garton, leader of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative program for a decade, showed us how to define your own success in a meaningful way through data, digital citizenship, and the national PTA standards. We also learned how to utilize these tools to reach out to parents, students, teachers, businesses, and taxpayers.
Are you getting frustrated as you try to bring 21st century tools and skills into classrooms at your school? Have you gotten stuck on how to encourage your colleagues and administrators to embrace the technology and skills necessary to prepare our students to be college bound and career ready? In this edWeb webinar hosted by the Digital Citizenship community, Jeff Downing, an Elementary Computer Specialist in Fremont USD, shared some valuable lessons he has learned over the past three years as he implemented a technology plan at his school site, including lessons learned from incorporating digital citizenship throughout the curricula.