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  • What is a Responsible Cyber Citizen? How do we develop responsible cyber citizens?
  • Digital citizenship

    1. 1. Technology @ ASIJ andResponsible Cyber CitizenshipASIJ ES PFG, October 7, 2011
    2. 2. Today’s Agenda1. Technology @ ASIJ ES2. ‘Tweet’ Your Questions and Concerns3. Cyber Citizenship Download4. Surfing for Resources5. Chatroom -- Questions and Concerns
    3. 3. “The technology that has so dramatically changed the world outside our schools is now changing the learning and teaching environment within them.” -US Department of Education: National Education Technology Plan
    4. 4. ASIJ’s Guiding Statement:Teaching and Learning in a Technology-rich Environment
    5. 5. Our Vision for Teaching and Learning“All students will be prepared to meet the challenges of a dynamic global society in which they collaborate, communicate, create and innovate through ubiquitous access to people, information and ideas.”
    6. 6. •“We believe that a technology-rich environmentenables teachers to design work that emphasizes21st century learning.•Students will become empowered collaboratorsand communicators, seekers and consumers ofinformation, and creators of knowledge and media-rich products.•They will work on projects requiring higher levelthinking, and critical and creative decision-makingand problem-solving.”
    7. 7. ASIJ Educates Students to become: • Effective Communicators • Literate Individuals • Critical Thinkers and Problem-Solvers • Self-Directed, Productive Learners • Constructive Community Members
    8. 8. ‘Tweet’ us! As you think about your children and their use of technology, what are some concerns or questions you might have?Write your concern or question as a ‘tweet’, using no more than 140 characters.#asijes
    9. 9. Developing Responsible Cyber Citizens
    10. 10. “Are media good or bad for kids? Media platforms themselves are neutral...”
    11. 11. “To youth, socialmedia andtechnologies arenot somethingextra added onto their lives;they’reembedded intheir lives.”
    12. 12. “There’s no one-size-fits-all, once-and-for-all solution to providing children with everyaspect of online safety.”
    13. 13. Carnegie Cyber Academy Teaching Students To: Identify Spam Chat Safely Identify Website Dangers Deal with Cyber Bullying
    14. 14. For Parents…’Rules of the Road’ for-parents/digital-citizenship
    15. 15. Explore, Learn and Share: Websites to Explore: TodaysMeet -- www.kidshealth.comSearch Parameters to Try: www.commonsensemedia.orgOnline Safety www.pbs.orgDigital Citizenship Safety www.digizen.orgChildren and Internet Safety www.webwisekids.orgNetiquette www.onguardonline.orgDigital Footprint
    16. 16. Screen Time For Kids: Is it Learning or a Brain Drain?
    17. 17. What happens when…
    18. 18. Q & A ‘Chatroom’What questions and concernsmight we help each other with?
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