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  • My starting pointMarkPrenskyDigital Natives/Immigrants
  • My starting pointMarkPrenskyDigital Natives/Immigrants
  • My starting pointMarkPrenskyDigital Natives/Immigrants
  • There are the 9 elements, but I’m curious to know what your understanding isFrayer Model
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • http://digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.htmlMike Ribble
  • Wiredsince birth?
  • WayneKLin CC BY NC SATechnology (in schools) shouldbe like oxygen: ubiquitous, necessary, and invisible
  • Seeing the waterWhy do we need to help people “see the water?” What can we do to help this? How does a technology connect us and disconnect us?
  • Being a producer is far more powerful than being a consumer A consumer gives power away by allowing others to define and fulfill their needs. A producer is a person who does this for themselves.Part of our job as schools and as teachers is to help students become producers and this is done more and more online.Facebook and internet stats?
  • Being a producer is far more powerful than being a consumer A consumer gives power away by allowing others to define and fulfill their needs. A producer is a person who does this for themselves.Part of our job as schools and as teachers is to help students become producers and this is done more and more online.Facebook and internet stats?
  • Disconnect to ConnectSherry Turkle (until 5:10)Alexandra Samuel (until 5:50)
  • We need to focus our attention on the people around us, not on our devices.
  • TED Talk
  • 10 ways to stop apologizingBoth Turkle and Samuel are focusing on balance, but from a different persepctive.
  • 10 ways to stop apologizingBoth Turkle and Samuel are focusing on balance, but from a different persepctive.
  • Seeing the waterWhy do we need to help people “see the water?” What can we do to help this? How does a technology connect us and disconnect us?
  • Murky waters of ownership, copyright
  • What is Creative CommonsPeople put their work on the internet (or other places) using a Creative Commons License. This means you can reuse their work (with guidelines) in your own work and do not have to ask for their permissions.
  • Kilby Ferguson (from4:43)
  • Is everything a remix?
  • What is your digital profile? What are you doing to manage/maintain it?
  • Contrasting views:Think before you posthttp://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/apr11/vol68/num07/Positive-Digital-Footprints.aspxYIS Blogging Guidelines?
  • Bill FerriterWhat does it mean if you can’t be found online?
  • Student blogs serve the purpose of a positive footprint
  • What is your digital profile? What are you doing to manage/maintain it?
  • Being a producer is far more powerful than being a consumer A consumer gives power away by allowing others to define and fulfill their needs. A producer is a person who does this for themselves.Part of our job as schools and as teachers is to help students become producers and this is done more and more online.Facebook and internet stats?

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  • 1. Essential Pillars of Digital Citizenshiphttp://www.flickr.com/photos/44124298927@N01/349046039
  • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareconference/5422273956/clint.hamada @chamada@gmail.com http://blog.misterhamada.com/vtc2013
  • 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevendepolo/5749192025/
  • 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevendepolo/5749192025/
  • 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevendepolo/5749192025/
  • 6. What is digital citizenship?http://www.flickr.com/photos/32298941@N00/306773761
  • 7. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 8. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 9. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 10. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learningabout technology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 11. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conductor procedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 12. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actionsand deedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 13. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 14. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical andpsychological well-being in a digital technologyworld.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 15. 9 elementsDigital Access: full electronic participation insociety.Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling ofgoods.Digital Communication: electronic exchange ofinformation.Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning abouttechnology and the use of technology.Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct orprocedure.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions anddeedsDigital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedomsextended to everyone in a digital world.Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychologicalwell-being in a digital technology world.Digital Security (self-protection): electronicprecautions to guarantee safety.
  • 16. Technology should be like oxygen: ubiquitous necessary and invisible. - Chris Lehmannhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/waynel78/4421845048/
  • 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/oudeschool/2206000649
  • 18. Balance Copyright CommunityFootprint
  • 19. PROMOTING A BALANCEDLIFESTYLE
  • 20. http://www.flickr.com/photos/12836528@N00/4176075327What can we do to encourage a balanced lifestyle?Who defines ‘balanced lifestyle’?
  • 21. Alone TogetherWhy we expect more oftechnology and less of each other
  • 22. Our little devices are sopsychologically powerful thatthe don’t only change what wedo, they change who we are…Parents text and email atbreakfast while their childrencomplain about not having theirfull attention. Then, thesesame children deny each othertheir full attention.
  • 23. Alexandra SamuelStop Apologizing For Your Online Lifehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/2134174750/
  • 24. In our online lives we shake off the limitations of our physical selves, perhaps even our names and consciences, too. What remains are the fundamentals: human beings, human conversations, human communities. To say that "reality" includes only offline beings, offline conversations and offline communities is to say that face-to-face matters more than human-to-human.http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/2134174750/
  • 25. #4. When you treat your Facebook connections as real friends instead of "friends", you stop worrying about how many you have and focus on how well you treat them. #7. When you treat your online attention as a real resource, you invest your attention in the sites that reflect your values, helping those sites grow.http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/2134174750/
  • 26. Relativity
  • 27. RelativityPut your hand on a hot stove for aminute, and it seems like an hour.
  • 28. RelativitySit with a pretty girl for an hour,and it seems like a minute.
  • 29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/oudeschool/2206000649
  • 30. http://www.flickr.com/photos/12836528@N00/4176075327What can we do to encourage a balanced lifestyle?Who defines ‘balanced lifestyle’?
  • 31. COPYRIGHT, OWNERSHIPAND CREATIVITY
  • 32. http://www.flickr.com/photos/80901381@N04/7530054972 Is it Stealing?How can we promote creativity in our schools?How do we reconcile differing ideas of ownershipbetween teachers/students/parents?
  • 33. Roni LorenBloggers Beware
  • 34. What are the Conditions?
  • 35. What are the Conditions?
  • 36. Kirby FergusonEmbracing the Remix
  • 37. http://www.flickr.com/photos/80901381@N04/7530054972 Is it Stealing?How can we promote creativity in our schools?How do we reconcile differing ideas of ownershipbetween teachers/students/parents?
  • 38. DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS
  • 39. http://www.flickr.com/photos/44345361@N06/5907615339How do you teach students to manage their ownfootprint?How important is it that it is ‘flawless’?
  • 40. The AdCouncilThink Before You Post
  • 41. Bill FerriterPositive Digital Footprints
  • 42. http://www.flickr.com/photos/44345361@N06/5907615339How do you teach students to manage their ownfootprint?How important is it that it is ‘flawless’?
  • 43. STUDENT AND PARENTPARTICIPATION
  • 44. http://www.flickr.com/photos/pasukaru76/3641317086/How do you involve students in the digital citizenshipconversation?How do you engage the parent community?
  • 45. Student Voice
  • 46. http://www.flickr.com/photos/pasukaru76/3641317086/How do you involve students in the digital citizenshipconversation?How do you engage the parent community?
  • 47. NEXT STEPS
  • 48. http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareconference/5422273956/clint.hamada @chamada@gmail.com http://blog.misterhamada.com/vtc2013