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Using the recent Digiteen global collaborative project as a catalyst ( this session explores what it means to be a digital citizen and how your school community can …

Using the recent Digiteen global collaborative project as a catalyst ( this session explores what it means to be a digital citizen and how your school community can become actively engaged in promoting best practice use of online learning. Forget the fear factor, embrace safe practices and informed pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning online with educational networking and collaborative websites.

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    • 1. Julie Lindsay Head of Information Technology and E-Learning Qatar Academy
    • 2. Backchannel “ a live chat that accompanies a live presentation”
    • 3. Backchannel Moderator A person who monitors the backchannel chat and informs the speaker of predominant questions and issues arising from the conversation.
    • 4. Our Backchannel Today Password: qatar
    • 5. Julie Lindsay Head of Information Technology and E-Learning Qatar Academy, Doha, State of Qatar
    • 6. Qatar, Middle East
    • 7. Qatar Academy PreK-12 IBO World School
    • 8. Citizenship
    • 9. Digital
    • 10. 21 st Century Citizens
    • 11. Students are more fluent with emerging technologies and adopting them earlier Digital Fluency
    • 12.
      • GOOGLE
    • 13. What is YOUR definition of Digital Citizenship?
    • 14. Digital Citizenship “… the norms of behavior with regard to technology use” Ribble and Bailey
    • 15. Using another person’s login/identity and posting an inappropriate response – is this acceptable?
    • 16. Are ‘disguised’ expletives acceptable?
    • 17. How do you define an appropriate image or icon for a personal profile? Cultural sensitivity Issues of privacy and safety online
    • 18. Share Digital Citizenship issues in YOUR school
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    • 20. Joining young people together to take positive action concerning how to behave appropriately and responsibly using technology
    • 21. Going beyond netiquette…
    • 22. Nine elements within three main areas have been identified that together make up digital citizenship . These are from the book 'Digital Citizenship in Schools' by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey (available from the ISTE bookstore)
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      • 1A: Digital Access : full electronic participation in society
      • 1B: Digital Communication : the electronic exchange of information
      • 1C: Digital Literacy : the capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it
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      • 2A: Digital Security and Safety : the precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network
      • 2B: Digital Etiquette : the standards of conduct expected by other digital technology users
      • 2C: Digital Rights and Responsibilities : the privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users, and the behavioral expectations that come with them
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      • 3A: Digital Law : the legal rights and restrictions governing technology use
      • 3B: Digital Health and Wellness : the elements of physical and psychological well-being related to digital technology use
      • 3C: Digital Commerce : the buying and selling of goods online
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      • Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior .
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    • 31. Vienna International School
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    • 33. ACTION
    • 34. Student Leadership – students educating students
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      • "This project helped me realize what effect and territory the internet had on me and how what I need to do to gain control over my life again and to be effected by the internet as little as possible........The internet is not rocket science but is life changing and important."
      Najwa – Qatar Academy
    • 36. “…… .with the creation of this blog, we can add it to the school wiki and it could be accessible to the whole school, and therefore the overall impact that this project is going to have on our community is increased." Hessa – Qatar Academy
    • 37. Be a Digiteacher Three Steps
    • 38.
      • Number 1
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      • Number 2
    • 40.
      • Number 3
    • 41. What Digital Citizenship ACTION ideas do you have?
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    • 43.
      • Digiteen
      • Networking Organizations
      • Advocates for Digital Citizenship, Safety & Success
      • Flat Classrooms –
      • Digital Citizenship -
      • Bookmarks
    • 44. Julie Lindsay Head of Information Technology and E-Learning Qatar Academy Resources: Get connected: Email – [email_address]