Actem'11-Digital Citizenship Presentation

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Presentation at MaineEducation Conference, sponsored by ACTEM, Augusta, ME, October14, 2011

Title: Everyone says being a good (digital) citizen is important...but do we believe it?

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  • Actem'11-Digital Citizenship Presentation

    1. 1. In case you were wondering... Connie Carter Executive Director Operation Breaking Stereotypes Ed Brazee ConsultantProfessor Emeritus UMaine
    2. 2. Everyone says being abut do we believe it?
    3. 3. BIG PICTURE ISSUESNegative view—digitalworld & teensMisdirection—addiction, predators(No) differentiationbetween cyber and reallifeNeed for positive adultrole modelsNew CIPA regulations
    4. 4. Digital Citizenship Symposium Searsport/Fenway ExchangeLewiston (ME) HighSchoolSchool for Democracyand Leadership(Brooklyn, NY)Searsport (ME) HighSchoolFenway High School(Boston, MA)
    5. 5. Lesson #1It’s not about the digital— it’s about the citizen.
    6. 6. Global ValuesUnity FreedomRespect for life ResponsibilityFairness TruthfulnessLove Tolerance Shared Values For a Troubled World: Conversations with Men and Women of Conscience by Rushworth M. Kidder Institute for Global Ethics www.globalethics.org
    7. 7. Digital citizenship programs that ask more of students The personally responsible citizen The participatory citizen The justice-oriented citizen Westheimer & Kahne, 2004
    8. 8. Lesson #2It isn’t about Facebook— it’s about what students bring to Facebook.
    9. 9. Lesson #3It’s not about unplugging—it’s about knowing what to do when you unplug.
    10. 10. Getting involved & giving back
    11. 11. Lesson #4It isn’t about being involved —it’s about having a voice.
    12. 12. Lesson #5It isn’t about parent nights— it’s about true parent-student-teacher collaboration.
    13. 13. Resources available... Connie Carterwww.operationbreakingstereotypes.org conniecarter21@gmail.com 207.576.8000 mobile Dr. Edward Brazee www.edbrazee.com edbrazee@gmail.com 207.576.8401 mobile

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