Growing up Digital

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Presentation by Robyn Treyvaud, Jeff Plaman & Keri-Lee Beasley about the ways in which UWCSEA are implementing the Generation Safe 360 framework at their school.

By taking a “360 degree” comprehensive approach to promoting digital citizenship at all levels, emphasizing the student voice, schools will be well-positioned to support students, teachers, and parents in digital citizenship education.

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  • Transition from Robyn... Jeff Plaman & Keri-Lee Beasley\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • About UWCSEA\n\n•5 pillars of a UWCSEA education...\n\n
  • Support learning with iLearn - 21st century learning initiative\n\n
  • Students learn in a tech-rich environment where digital tools are integrated.\niPad, iPod, Laptop carts (1:2) in Primary\n1:1 laptops grade 6-up with iPads & iPods on check out\nAlong with a whole host of apps and learning platforms...\nThis is the “what” of our digital learning tools\n\nOur participation in Generation Safe 360 provides us opportunity to formalize the “how” of our implementation...\n\nFrom how our IT department policies promote security, through our admin - level procedures for dealing with incidents, in every classroom framing the way we teach our students to build up positive online identities, and even out to the homes of our students to promote constructive conversations with parents about parenting digital age kids. \n
  • Partnership with school, parents & students. 360 framework helps ensure conversations happen among all school stakeholders.\n
  • Partnership with school, parents & students. 360 framework helps ensure conversations happen among all school stakeholders.\n
  • Partnership with school, parents & students. 360 framework helps ensure conversations happen among all school stakeholders.\n
  • Partnership with school, parents & students. 360 framework helps ensure conversations happen among all school stakeholders.\n
  • •Tech and digi citizenship is everyone’s responsibility. Consistent message across the college.\n\nAll teachers responsible for delivery of digital citizenship message, not tech teachers. \n\n\n\n
  • Building a site with links to resources. Still in development. \n3 strands: Digital Citizenship, Learning with Technology, and Safety & Security\nAs units get written, we populate the site.\n
  • DL Coaches ‘write’ the units. We look for suitability, modify language/links, add supplementary video etc. We often build our own material or modify worksheets for Google Docs to make it more meaningful/relevant to our context.\nDigital Literacy Reps on each grade. They trial the lesson first, & help us make any adjustments.\n
  • Example of a Google Doc modified from a worksheet. There is more to it than this, however by way of example...\n
  • K2 example. There are very few units for the Early Years, but we fervently believe that young children are very capable, therefore we are writing extra units for the early years. \nE.g. in K1: We used the Common Sense curric for ‘Going Places Safely’, but writing 2 units for the other strands: Digital Tools Can Help Me Learn (Learning w Tech), and Our Class Blog (Digi Cit)\n
  • Another bonus of common sense curriculum is that each unit is aligned with the ISTE Nets, which we use at our school. This helps us ensure we are meeting those standards as well.\n
  • Curriculum Secondary \nMS\nGr 9/FIB\nShow GUD site live\nLaptop Induction\n
  • Parents as partners\nOffer workshops/coffee mornings to parents, tips in ebrief, post on our blog\nWill be starting a focus group who can be advocates for the gen safe message to other parents and provide advice and support.\nFocus on how the learning has changed... not how the device has changed learning.\n\nParents need to understand what how their children are using these tools for learning. \n\nWe especially need to highlight to them those transformational uses of tech, where the tools allow for new ways of learning that were not possible before. \ni.e. collaboration with primary sources from around the world, use of video to capture learning and reflection on thinking, modeling of complex and invisible processes, building something real from the ideas in your head instead of just making a poster about what it might look like, and publishing your creative work to the world. \n\n
  • •Students leading the way\nNot claiming to have it all right or even be very far down the track as we’re only 6 months in. But one of the most important things we’ve tapped into, that we’d like to share with you today, is raising the profile of the students in the conversation. \nThey, after all, are the learners that we are talking about and making decisions for about what and how to teach them even though NONE of us have really experienced what it’s like to grow up as they are and learn as they do. Even the most connected, and “progressive” of us are honestly only guessing at what it must be like for them and are viewing learning through the lens of how we learn(ed). \nSo, we think we should ask them. And, we think we should ask them often and ask them in front of their parents and their teachers. \nSo today, I invite you to ask them... we’re lucky to be able to have some of our students here today who have given up a bit of their Saturday. They’re here to talk with you in smaller groups about what growing up digital means to them. And, they might also have a few questions for you...\nSo now, let’s take 20 minutes to have the conversations... what does technology mean to students? how does it (could, should it) impact the way we teach? parent? \nWhat does it mean in the context of the Learner Profile? balanced, communicators, principled, etc? \n
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  • Growing up Digital

    1. 1. academic outdoorservice ed activities pastoral
    2. 2. schoolparents students
    3. 3. 360 school parents students
    4. 4. Pic of Staff training?everyone’s responsibility
    5. 5. East iLearn Growing up Digital - Primary
    6. 6. Modified from www.commonsensemedia.org
    7. 7. Modified from www.commonsensemedia.org
    8. 8. Modified from www.commonsensemedia.org
    9. 9. ISTE Nets Integration
    10. 10. http://goo.gl/JDxzp
    11. 11. parents as partners
    12. 12. students lead the way
    13. 13. students lead the way
    14. 14. What does technology mean to you? How do you use it for life & learning? How do you stay balanced?What are the “big issues” inyour house? Advice for teachers? parents?

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