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Edmodocon Presentation on Teaching Digital Citizenship by Carlos Fernandez and Leon County Schools Instructional Technology Tallahassee,Florida

Edmodocon Presentation on Teaching Digital Citizenship by Carlos Fernandez and Leon County Schools Instructional Technology Tallahassee,Florida

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  • 1. Teaching DigitalCitizenship 101
  • 2. About My Team:I have an incredible Robyn  Dilmore   Tom  Price  Instructional Technology team Edmodo:  Mrs.  Dilmore   Edmodo:  Mr.  Tom  Price  consisting of 25 classroom Twi1er:  @msdilmore   Twi1er:  @flscienceteach  teachers. On top of their regular teacher Candace  Gautney  roles, they train throughout the Edmodo:  Mrs.  Gautney  county on equipment, programs, Twi1er:  @cgautney  new ways to implementtechnology, and presenting andparticipating in two Technology Stephen  Veliz   Staci  Stephens   Edmodo:  Mr.  Stephen  Veliz   Edmodo:  Mrs.  Stephens  Summits over this summer Twi1er:  @stephenveliz   Facebook:    emphasizing the use technology h1p://on.C.me/OMfQZL  in our county.In addition, the pictured teammembers researched and Melissa  Olson    contributed to the writing of the Edmodo:  Mrs.  Olson  digital citizenship Edmodo Twi1er:  @melissa9801  course and eBook. Jessica  Titze   Tim  Girard   Edmodo:  Mrs.  Jessica  Titze   Edmodo:  Mr.  Tim  Girard   Twi1er:  @Jtzej   Twi1er:  @girard_Jm  
  • 3. Our Project – Work in Progress²  Young families and professional development ²  Miss out on professional development opportunities²  Professional development online ²  Flexibility with in learning²  Free, easy, and effective ²  (Edmodo)² Our project – Create a digital citizenship course andinteractive E-book for educators.
  • 4. Rules and Compliance:² Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) compliance means that schools and libraries are filtering their Internet services and have implemented formal Internet safety policies also frequently known as “acceptable use policies” (AUP).
  • 5. Protecting Children in the " 21st Century Act² We needed to make sure that we were compliant with Internet safety policy to provide education for minors about appropriate online behavior on social networking websites and cyberbullying awareness and response.
  • 6. What we currently use:Source: http://securecontenttechnologies.com/iboss.html Source: http://www.ops.org/middle/mcmillan/ CommonSenseMediaOmahaEvent/tabid/400/ Default.aspx Source: http://cie.sfchron.com/sfc_nes_portal/ Source http://www2.wacoisd.org/lakeair/STUDENTS.html
  • 7. So what’s missing?
  • 8. Our Course: DigitalCitizenship 101²  Created in Edmodo.²  Created by teachers from all grade levels. ²  (Elem., Middle, High)²  Mission: To expose teachers to free and easy professional development that deals with digital citizenship so they can teach it effectively.
  • 9. Intro to Digital Citizenship²  Introduction to digital citizenship²  Teaching digital citizenship²  Our students as “digital natives”
  • 10. Digital Natives²  What is a digital native?²  What is a digital immigrant?²  Are there advantages and disadvantages?
  • 11. Digital Etiquette²  What is digital etiquette?²  What is e-mail netiquette?²  To text or not to text
  • 12. NetiquetteCore rules to follow:²  Rules of communication ²  Golden Rule²  Teaching netiquette at a young age.²  Habits to break.²  Check List – For your computer.
  • 13.   Connectivity•  The need/urge to stay connected.  •  What is a safe network?•  How do students connect to networks?•  Online identity•  Passwords•  Online environment vs. reality
  • 14. Copyright, Sources, & Plagiarism    ²  Copyright – What it is?²  Sources ²  How to site them? ²  Good sources v. Bad sources²  Plagiarism ²  Intentional and Accidental.²  Creative Commons    
  • 15. Cyberbullying²  Comparing cyberbullying with regular bullying.²  Recognizing cyberbullying when it happens.²  What to do when you encounter cyberbullying?
  • 16. Social Media²  Anonymity within social media.²  Disclosing too much in social media.²  Moderation with social media.²  Repercussions of your behavior within social media ²  Digital Footprint
  • 17. Digital Footprint²  What is your digital footprint? ²  How does this apply to everyone.²  Making students aware of their “digital footprint” through the teaching of digital citizenship.²  You can’t erase your digital footprint. ²  Don’t let this be your Kryptonite.
  • 18. Schools, Parents & Supervision•  Children should always be supervised not matter the location. •  Open line of communication.•  Model being a digital citizen. •  Expose parents to proper education of digital citizenship. The teaching does not end at school.
  • 19. Digital Certificate²  Boost student confidence.²  Create a sense of accomplishment.²  Create a certificate for students. Earn a digital citizenship badge.
  • 20. JOIN GROUP CODE 1PBSQY to view the digital citizenship course. Please understand that this is a sample course. Assignments will not be graded inthis sample course. You are free to use the materials within this course as long as you give Leon County Schools, FL credit for the course content creation, and the artist, Hank Hodges, credit for any illustrations in the course and presentation.