Citizenship in a Digital World

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Learning session in March 2014 with Ancaster Senior Public Students: Being a Responsible Citizen in a Digital World

Learning session in March 2014 with Ancaster Senior Public Students: Being a Responsible Citizen in a Digital World

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  • 1. What do you SEE - THINK - WONDER
  • 2. LISTEN WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS IS?
  • 3. EARLY 1990s
  • 4. Your life is a blend. How you choose to contribute matters.
  • 5. What do you like to do online?
  • 6. Transferable Skills: Self Discipline + more…..
  • 7. Be social. That’s how we humans learn. You have the power to make choices everyday in how to connect, contribute, create, collaborate and play online with others! THIS IS GOOD NEWS!
  • 8. Where have you been walking?
  • 9. Tips to Monitor Your Digital Footprint Use privacy settings. Keep a list of accounts. Don’t overshare. Use a password keeper. Google yourself. Monitor linking accounts. Use a secondary e-mail. Sending is like publishing - forever. Understand that searches are social. Everything that you post, tweet, comment or like is going down on your permanent record.
  • 10. ● think before you connect and share anything ● say meaningful and respectful things online ● give credit to the sources of information
  • 11. Access to power tools, you have,hmm? For good, use these tools.
  • 12. A game changer here at @AncasterSrPS WHY?
  • 13. WRITE A HEADLINE● capture an important aspect OR a core idea(s) that you want to remember and share with others THEN…... Go to this GDoc http://tinyurl.com/pfzzl7k and add in the applications you use and share how you leverage them for good. Think about how what you share helps you create a positive digital identity.
  • 14. Sometimes you need to
  • 15. Infographic: Young Canadians in a Wired World http://mediasmarts.ca/sites/default/files/images/publication-report/infographic-YCWWIII-Life-Online.pdf