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  • What is a Responsible Cyber Citizen? How do we develop responsible cyber citizens?
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    • 1. Technology @ ASIJ andResponsible Cyber CitizenshipASIJ ES PFG, October 7, 2011
    • 2. Today’s Agenda1. Technology @ ASIJ ES2. ‘Tweet’ Your Questions and Concerns3. Cyber Citizenship Download4. Surfing for Resources5. Chatroom -- Questions and Concerns
    • 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. ASIJ’s Guiding Statement:Teaching and Learning in a Technology-rich Environment
    • 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. •“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. ASIJ Educates Students to become: • Effective Communicators • Literate Individuals • Critical Thinkers and Problem-Solvers • Self-Directed, Productive Learners • Constructive Community Members
    • 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. Developing Responsible Cyber Citizens
    • 10. “Are media good or bad for kids? Media platforms themselves are neutral...”http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/Reports-28.html
    • 11. “To youth, socialmedia andtechnologies arenot somethingextra added onto their lives;they’reembedded intheir lives.”http://www.ntia.doc.gov/legacy/reports/2010/OSTWG_Final_Report_060410.pdf
    • 12. “There’s no one-size-fits-all, once-and-for-all solution to providing children with everyaspect of online safety.”
    • 13. Carnegie Cyber Academyhttp://www.carnegiecyberacademy.com/index.html Teaching Students To: Identify Spam Chat Safely Identify Website Dangers Deal with Cyber Bullying
    • 14. For Parents…’Rules of the Road’http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice- for-parents/digital-citizenship
    • 15. Explore, Learn and Share: Websites to Explore: TodaysMeet -- www.kidshealth.comSearch Parameters to Try: www.commonsensemedia.orgOnline Safety www.pbs.orgDigital Citizenship www.cybersmart.gov.auCyber Safety www.digizen.orgChildren and Internet Safety www.webwisekids.orgNetiquette www.onguardonline.orgDigital Footprint www.staysafeonline.org
    • 16. Screen Time For Kids: Is it Learning or a Brain Drain?http://mindshift.kqed.org/2011/03/screen-time-for-kids-is-it-learning-or-a-brain-drain/
    • 17. What happens when…
    • 18. Q & A ‘Chatroom’What questions and concernsmight we help each other with?