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Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
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Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
Digteen and Digitween 14-1 Kickoff
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  • 1. Digiteen  and  Digitween  Project  14-­‐1   Welcome!   Teacher  kickoff  mee;ng  February  11/12  2014   The  Informa;on  Guide  can  be  found  at     h"p://&nyurl.com/digiteeninforma&on       The  project  Teacher  Guide    can  be  found  at   h"p://&nyurl.com/digiteenflatconnect     This  project  is  part  of  the  Flat  Connec;ons   group  of  global  projects   h"p://flatconnec&ons.com    
  • 2. Introduc;ons   •  Project  Managers   –  Theresa  Allen     –  Helen  McConaghy   •  ‘All  Projects’   Coordinator   –  Yvonne  Caples   •  Flat  Connec;ons   founder   –  Julie  Lindsay  
  • 3. Agenda   Part  1:  Digiteen/tween  Info   •  What  is  Digiteen/tween?   •  Enduring  understandings   •  Essen;al  ques;ons   •  What  is  digital  ci;zenship?   •  Community  learning   strategies   Part  2:  Project  details   •  Project  content   •  Project  structure   •  How  to  get  started   •  What  to  do  now….and  next  
  • 4. What  is  Digiteen  and  Digitween?   The  Digiteen  Project,  and   Digitween  Project  are   global  hands-­‐on  projects   for,  upper  elementary,   middle  and  high  school   students,  (typically  Grade   4-­‐12,  8-­‐18  year  old).  These   projects  study  digital   ci;zenship  and  promote   effec&ve  and  responsible   online  choices  and   immerse  students  into  an   online  educa&onal   community  for  learning   and  collabora&ng.   As  part  of  the  project  students  research   current  topics  to  do  with  digital   ci;zenship,  write  a  collabora&ve  report   on  a  wiki,  and  perform  and  document   offline  ac&on  educa&onal  projects  to   promote  effec;ve  digital  ci;zenship  at   their  local  schools  and  in  their   communi;es.   Teachers  will  meet  every  week  to  discuss   project  goals,  aims  and  progress.  They  will   monitor  not  only  their  students  in  the   project,  but  be  part  of  the  larger  whole   and  be  ac;ve  across  the  en;re   community.  
  • 5. Enduring understandings As  a  result  of  this  global  project  par;cipants  will:   •  Understand  how  to  learn  in  an  open  community  virtually   •  Appreciate  the  poten;al  of  connec;ng  and  collabora;ng   globally   •  Build  and  interact  with  a  network  of  learners   •  Experience  collabora;ve  design  and  co-­‐crea;on  using  Web   2.0  tools   •  Gain  cultural  understanding  through  connec;ng  with  a   diverse  community   •  Understand  digital  ci;zenship  concepts  and  issues   •  Appreciate  what  is  needed  to  implement  an  ac;on  project  to   raise  awareness  about  digital  ci;zenship  concepts  and  issues  
  • 6. Essential Questions •  What  should  learning  look  like  in  a  ‘flat  and  connected’   world?   •  How  can  all  learners  be  safe  and  maintain  privacy  while   learning  online?   •  What  are  the  main  concepts  and  issues  to  do  with  being  a   digital  learner?   •  How  can  we  understand  the  world  beber  through  learning   with  others?   •  How  can  ac;on  projects  raise  awareness  and  improve   understanding  of  learning  with  digital  tools?   •  What  products  can  we  make  together  at  a  distance?   •  What  will  be  the  impact  of  our  collabora;ons  on  the  world?  
  • 7. 7 Steps 1. CONNECTION 2. COMMUNICATION 3. CITIZENSHIP 4. CONTRIBUTION & COLLABORATION 5.CHOICE 6.CREATION 7.CELEBRATION
  • 8. Digital  Citizenship   “…the  norms  of  behavior  with   regard  to  technology  use”   Ribble  and  Bailey  
  • 9. Community   Collabora;ve   Learning   Teachers   Students   Extended   community   Building  working   rela;onships  
  • 10. Digiteen/tween  Teacher  Community   •   Flat  Connec;ons  teacher  network  (Ning)   –  Teachers  only  (hbp://flatconnec;ons.net)     –  Social  /educa;onal  network  (Ning)   –  Join  Digiteen/tween  teacher  group   –  Connect,  communicate  –  blog,  discuss   •  Digiteen  Google  group   –  Set  your  own  email  preferences  and  make  sure  you   are  receiving  mail  during  the  project  
  • 11. hbp://flatconnec;ons.net   Ning  Group  –  Important  resources  
  • 12. Digiteen/tween  Student  Community   •  Edmodo  Group   –  Team  groups  created   –  Blog,  discuss,  share  mul;media   –  Teachers  monitor  all  students,  not  just  their  own   •  Wiki  Template  pages   –  Collabora;ve  authoring   –  Discussions  about  content   •  Student  Teams   –  Need  to  find  team  members  and  connect  via  Ning   and  wiki  
  • 13. What  are  Project  Outcomes  for  Students?   •  Online  learning  community  interac;on  –   ‘handshake’  forums,  blogs,  discussions,  reflec;ons   •  Research  and  social  bookmarking  (Diigo  op;onal)   •  Collabora;ve  learning  and  team  skills   •  Presenta;on  via  online  Student  Summit  (op;onal)   •  Major  outcome  Part  1:  A  collabora&ve  wiki   •  Major  outcome  Part  2:  A  school/community  based   ac&on  project  
  • 14. Project Content Enlightened Digital Citizenship Pg 100 © Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay 2012
  • 15. Technology  Access   Map of world’s Facebook connections Source: Facebook December 2010
  • 16. Technical  Awareness   “If  you  don’t  know  how   to  put  on  shoes  –  having   them  will  do  you  no   good.”   Flat Classroom Book www.flatclassroombook.com  
  • 17. Individual  Awareness   “To  blindly  accept  a   website’s  profile  sekngs   is  to  hand  over  your   digital  des;ny.”   Flat Classroom Book   www.flatclassroombook.com
  • 18. Social  Awareness   “The  novelty  and  addic;veness  of   technology  will  harm  our  rela;onships   and  produc;vity  unless  we  take  control.”   Flat Classroom Book www.flatclassroombook.com  
  • 19. Cultural  Awareness   þ  Everyone  is  not  just  like  me.   þ  Everyone  is  like  me  in  some  ways.  
  • 20. Global  Awareness   •  Different  countries  have  different  laws   –  Copyright,  legal   –  Taboo  subjects     •  Na;onality  transcends  culture   –  Every  na;on  has  mul;ple  cultures   –  Never  stereotype  a  na;on  
  • 21. Project  Content  Summary   Five  ‘Areas  of  Awareness’   1.  Technical  access  and  awareness   2.  Individual  awareness   3.  Social  awareness   4.  Cultural  awareness   5.  Global  awareness   Four  Core  Competency  Areas  -­‐  "Rays"  of  Understanding   1.  Core  Area  A:  Safety,  Privacy,  Copyright,  Fair  Use  and  Legal   Compliance.   2.  Core  Area  B:  E;quebe  and  Respect   3.  Core  Area  C:  Habits  of  Learning:  Reliable,  Responsible   Management  of  Online  Ac;vity   4.  Core  Area  D:  Literacy  and  Fluency  
  • 22. Digiteen/tween  project  structure   Team  forma&on,  Handshakes   Research  Topics,   Collabora&ve  Wiki  Authorship   Ac&on  Project  Design  and   Implementa&on   Celebra&on,  Reflec&on,   Sharing  outcomes  
  • 23. Basic  Team  Grid  -­‐  Topics  
  • 24. How  will  Workflow  support  Digiteen/tween  14-­‐1?   •  Digiteen/Digitween-­‐01:  February-­‐May   •  Applica;on  Deadline:  February  15   •  Online  Teacher  Informa;on  mee;ng  before   February  15   •  Classroom  and  student  handshake  February  15-­‐31   •  Wiki  edi;ng  and  collabora;on:  March   •  Wiki  edi;ng  must  be  started  by:  March  15   •  Ac;on  Phase  March  15-­‐April  30   •  Student  Summits  April  16-­‐May  15   •  Post  Ac;on  Project  by  June  15  
  • 25. Be  a  DigiTeacher   -­‐  Research  the  technology   and  lead  the  way   -­‐  Monitor  and  be  engaged   -­‐  Avoid  the  fear  factor  –   Make  a  difference   -­‐  Model  legal  wisdom  –   choose  your  own   copyright   hbp://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/8540095171/  
  • 26. Student Summits
  • 27. Ac;on  Projects   •  Communicate  a  message  –  different   audiences,  school  presenta;on   •  Prepare  resources  –  slideshow,  video,  other   mul;media   •  Deliver  or  create  ac;on   •  Share  back  to  project   Encourage  students  to  make  a  difference  to   their  school  community  –  teachers,  leaders,   students,  parents  
  • 28. Badges    -­‐Teachers  &  Students   Flat  Connec&ons  will   introduce  ‘Badges’  this   semester.   More  informa&on   coming  soon!   h"p://credly.com    
  • 29. What  now?   •  PMs  will  email  a  mee;ng  summary  and  recording   link  for  this  kickoff  (and  this  info  will  be  on  the   Ning!)   •  Invita;on  to  Google  group,  Ning  group,   Timebridge   •  Week  star;ng  February  17:   –  Another  teacher  mee;ng  run  by  Helen  and  Theresa   –  Teachers  start  introducing  students  to  concepts  and   issues  to  do  with  digital  ci;zenship   –  Students  can  join  Edmodo  –  instruc;ons  and  protocols   coming  from  PMs   –  Team  Grids  established  –  students  find  team  members  
  • 30. Discussion  and  Ques;ons  
  • 31. Final  words………   •  Anyone  who  has  never  made  a  mistake  has   never  tried  anything  new.   -­‐  Albert  Einstein   •  The  important  thing  is  not  to  stop  ques;oning.   -­‐  Albert  Einstein  
  • 32. Global  Portal       Teacher  Network   Email           Twiber         Julie  Lindsay      flatconnec;ons.com    flatconnec;ons.net    admin@flatconnec;ons.com    @flatconnec;ons    julie@flatconnec;ons.com  

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