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  • 1. Cultivating & Developing “ The 21 st Century Kid” into a Model Digital Citizen Students as Self-Directed Learners & Consumers of Online Information Joquetta Johnson, Library Media Specialist Milford Mill Academy Perry Hall HS. Professional Study Day Monday, January 24, 2011
  • 2. A digital immigrant is an individual who grew up without digital technology and adopted it later.
  • 3. A digital native is a person for whom digital technologies already existed when they were born, and hence has grown up with digital technology such as computers, the Internet, mobile phones and MP3s.
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  • 5. Digital Dossier Video Your dossier is made up of all the digital tracks you leave behind … On a daily basis, digital natives are consistently leaving information about themselves in secure or non-secure databases… have you ever considered the amount of information being collected about you, or the extent to which this information spreads? We explore this issue from the perspective of a child born today – Andy – and the timeline of all the digital files he accumulates in a life span.
  • 6. Self-Directed Learning (SDL) is any increase in knowledge, skill or performance pursued by any individual for personal reasons employing any means, in any place at any time at any age. Image URL:
  • 7. Lifelong learning means that individuals can have access to and are willing to participate in ongoing, not recurrent, education. This "learning to learn" philosophy can begin with toddlers and it can extend throughout a person's life with branches that can extend into various experiences and careers.
  • 8. At no time in history has the ability to locate, organize, evaluate, manage and use information been more critical for today's learners. These skills, collectively referred to as information literacy , lay the groundwork for success in every phase of a student's life both in and out of school. Information Literacy
  • 9. Transliteracy … an umbrella term for all literacies, a possible way to bring an overarching, sensible and easily-communicated shared goal to all of the different literacies out there. If you think about it, all of the literacies above, as well as more basic skills like reading, writing, critical thinking, and math and science literacy, even what is sometimes called “street smarts,” are all about, at their core, using information to solve a problem .
  • 10. Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. Image Source :
  • 11. What is Digital Citizenship?
  • 12. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship
  • 13. Digital Access… full electronic participation in society. All people should have fair access to technology no matter who they are… To become productive citizens, we need to be committed to equal digital access.
  • 14. Digital Law… electronic responsibility for actions and deeds Digital law deals with the ethics of technology within a society. Unethical use manifests itself in form of theft and/or crime. Users need to understand that stealing or causing damage to other people’s work, identity, or property online is a crime. Hacking into others information, downloading illegal music, plagiarizing, creating destructive worms, viruses or creating Trojan Horses, sending spam, or stealing anyone’s identify or property is unethical.
  • 15. Digital Rights & Responsibilities… those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world. Just as in the American Constitution where there is a Bill of Rights, there is a basic set of rights extended to every digital citizen. Digital citizens have the right to privacy, free speech, etc.
  • 16. Digital Health & Wellness… physical and psychological well-being in a digital technology world. Eye safety, repetitive stress syndrome, and sound ergonomic practices are issues that need to be addressed in a new technological world. Beyond the physical issues are those of the psychological issues that are becoming more prevalent such as Internet addiction. Users need to be taught that there inherent dangers of technology.
  • 17. Digital Security… electronic precautions to guarantee safety. In any society, there are individuals who steal, deface, or disrupt other people. The same must be true for the digital security. We need to have virus protection, backups of data, and surge control of our equipment. As responsible citizens, we must protect our information from outside forces that might cause disruption or harm.
  • 18. Digital Etiquette… electronic standards of conduct or procedure. … most pressing problems when dealing with Digital Citizenship. Often rules and regulations are created or the technology is simply banned to stop inappropriate use. We must teach everyone to become responsible digital citizens. /
  • 19. Digital Footprint
  • 20. Virginia Shea
  • 21. Rule 1: Remember the human image URL:
  • 22. Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life
  • 23. Rule 3: Know where you are in cyberspace Image URL:
  • 24. Rule 4: Respect other people's time and bandwidth
  • 25. Rule 5: Make yourself look good online
  • 26. Rule 6: Share expert knowledge
  • 27. Rule 7: Help keep flame wars under control 040504-F-9528H-024.jpg
  • 28. Rule 8: Respect other people's privacy
  • 29. Rule 9: Don't abuse your power
  • 30. Rule 10: Be forgiving of other people's mistakes
  • 31. Digital Tattoo
  • 32. Which rule(s) do you see broken most frequently? Why?
  • 33. Students as Self-Directed Learners & Consumers of Online Information
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  • 35. So, how do we teach this stuff?
  • 36. Model the Behavior
  • 37. Evaluating Resources
  • 38. Teach ‘em to play the CARRDSS
  • 39. C Credibility The quality and capacity of belief
  • 40. a accuracy Freedom from mistake and error
  • 41. r reliability The extent to which a source gives the same information as other sources
  • 42. r relevance The relationship to topic or question
  • 43. d date The time at which an information source is Published or produced
  • 44. s scope The range of information on a given topic and the reason behind its creation
  • 45. s source A primary reference work or point of origin
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  • 49. They’re Gonna Use It… So, Teach ‘em How
  • 50. Wikipedia
  • 51. Links from this presentation & additional resources
  • 52. We must educate the students we have, not the student we used to have, nor the student we wished we had. We must adapt to today's student, not them adapting to us. We must adapt to their world of today's 21st century technology. We cannot teach like we've taught forever anymore. We must change ourselves to adapt to their world. They are hyper-communicators and must "power down" just to go to school. / /
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  • 55. Joquetta “The Digital Diva" Johnson Library Media Specialist Milford Mill Academy 410-887-0665 [email_address] Skype: accordin2jo My Contact Info My Digital Footprint