Who’s responsibility is it to teach ethics and citizenship when using the Internet?<br />Think about this for a moment and jot down your answers on a sheet of scratch paper.<br />
Now consider whether each of the people that you have written down have the knowledge, skills and time necessary to teach about ethics and responsibility when using the Internet<br />
Your responsibility<br />Teaching ethics on the Web is the responsibility of anyone working with Internet resources with students<br />Do not assume that someone else is teaching this <br />Students must see that skills transfer between contexts (if it is important at school and home then it is also important here)<br />
Required Modules<br />Copyright and Fair Use in a Digital Environment<br />Information Literacy<br />Internet Safety<br />
Task<br />Each of these modules may apply to your course in a different way<br />You will be asked to describe how you will address these topics in the context of your course<br />
Optional Modules<br />Web 2.0 (complete this module before others)<br />Collaboration and Communication<br />Formative Assessment and Feedback<br />Authentic and Alternative Assessment<br />Web 2.0 tools covered in all modules<br />Blogs<br />Collaborative Authoring (Google Docs and Wikis)<br />Social Bookmarking<br />
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