Teen internet use is higher than ever across all demographics.And the numbers areGROW ING
“Unfortunately, many children are not learning effective digital or media literacy skills at home or at school …In fact, many parents and teachers tell us that they don’t sufficiently understand digital technology, much less know how to teach kids about how use it effectively.” FCC ChairmanFrom The Online Safety and Technology Working Group’s2010 report to Congress: Read the full report here. “[students ]can get around thefirewalls, but they don’t need to. Theyhave [the Internet on cellphones] intheir pockets; they can do what theywant to do.” Mike Donlin , educator
We need to help them navigate the digital landscapeIn ways that areSAFE RESPONSIBLE ETHICALWe need to help them become GOOD DIGITAL CITIZENS
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With Te achersWith Parents “…in order to teach Internet safety in school, we have to Peers teach it in context…” Nancy Willard of the Center for Safe & Responsible Internet Use
DIGITAL CITZENSHIP INITIATIVE (DCI)1. To create a common language around what digital citizenship means2. To provide teachers with tools to embed DC instruction into curriculum.3. To engage with, and share resources with parents and community members.4. To keep ourselves current with emerging technology
Commonsensemedia.org1. Free online training for educators2. Free curriculum3. Parent resources4. Videotaped advice from colleagues
Add a DCI page to our website.1. Parent Resources2. Teacher Resources3. Focus Dialogue Forum
Cross generational dialoguesADULT VOICE TEEN VOICE“I think one of the hardest things “I don’t see the public space asabout this generationally is acompletely different sense of scary, I see it as an opportunity.privacy. To me, privacy means not You have access to millions ofwanting anyone else except those people. It’s only scary if youFEW with whom I decide toshare, to know. Putting it online don’t know what you’re doing,has no guarantees/no personal and once you realize exactly thecontrol. You have no idea what scope of a Web site, it’s easy togets back to anyone or who willsee it. To me that’s not private, it’s use it properly for the bestextremely public. I find that lack effect with minimal risk.”of personal control and notknowing a bit scary.”
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“Kids don’t need uswatching over their shoulders;they need us to have their backs.” Media scholar Henry Jenkins
SOURCESDavis, K., Katz, S., Santo, R., & James, C. (2010). “Fostering Cross-Generational Dialogues about the Ethics of Online Life.” Journal Of Media Literacy Education, 2(2), 124-150. Retrieved from http://jmle.org/blog/?p=302.Global Kids, Inc. , The GoodPlay Project at Harvard University’s Project Zero & Common Sense Media. (2009). “Meeting of Minds: Cross-Generational Dialogue on the Ethics of Digital Life.” (p.11). Retreived from http://www.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7Bb0386ce3-8b29-4162-8098- e466fb856794%7D/DML-FOCUS-DIALOGUE-REPORT-0910.PDF.Pew Research Center (2012) [Demographics of Teen Internet Users Graphic] Pew Internet and American Life Project. Retrieved from http://www.pewinternet.org/Static-Pages/Trend-Data-for-Teens/Whos-Online.aspxRibble, M.(2007-2012) Digital Citizenship Using Technology Wisely: Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship. Retrieved from http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html
SourcesRibble, M. (2008), Passport to Digital Citizenship:Journey Toward Appropriate Technology Use at School and at Home. Learning & Leading with Technology (December/January 2008- 09), pp. 14-17. Retreived from http://www.iste.org/Libraries/ Leading_and_Learning_Docs/December_January_2008_2009_Passport_to_Digital_Citizenship.sflb.ashxThe Online Safety and Technology Working Group. (2010, June) Youth Safety on a Living Internet. Retrieved from http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/ostwg_final_report_070610.pdf
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