#ULearn13: The blog that sank the Titanic: Cultivating digital citizenship in nz schools
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    #ULearn13: The blog that sank the Titanic: Cultivating digital citizenship in nz schools #ULearn13: The blog that sank the Titanic: Cultivating digital citizenship in nz schools Presentation Transcript

    • THE  BLOG  THAT  SANK  THE  TITANIC   CULTIVATING  DIGITAL  CITIZENSHIP  IN  NZ   SCHOOLS   Dr  John  Fenaughty  &  Karen  Melhuish  Spencer   CORE  Educa.on   Join  the  conversa.on  by  using    #ulearn13    @ulearnnz  
    • Shared doc for the session and access to slides http://bit.ly/titanic1234
    • Disaster
    • Discussion: What are YOUR icebergs?
    • Discuss: What comes to mind when you think about ‘digital citizenship’?
    • TMoA: He toi mātauranga, he mana tangata & ngā huatanga ako
    • Digital Literacy
    • TMoA: He toi mātauranga, he mana tangata & ngā huatanga ako
    • Discuss: Why might we need to do more than only focus on cybersafety?
    • Image - somehow - the opposite of the shelter in the storm - the home could be the storm, and the school the shelter... or that is too negative - maybe
    • Good learning is social
    • Good learning is personalised
    • Digital technologies facilitate social and personalised learning.
    • Good learning is Safe
    • Discuss: Where do you see challenges - and opportunities - to weave digital citizenship into programmes?
    • www.netsafe.org.nz/the-kit/
    • STEP 1. IDENTIFY YOUR STARTING POINT - ISSUES & CAPABILITY - & COME BACK TO WHAT IS THE VISION?
    • STEP 2. BUILD A SECURE FOUNDATION
    • STEP 3. BUILD CAPABILITY
    • STEP 4. ACTIVELY INVOLVE THE WHOLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY
    • STEP 5. FOCUS ON CLASSROOM PROGRAMMES
    • An example...
    • Where are there opportunities to explore digital citizenship in your curriculum programmes?
    • STEP 6. SHARE AND FOSTER DISCUSSION
    • STEP 7. THINK STRATEGICALLY AND LONG-TERM
    • What is your takeaway from today?
    • www.netsafe.org.nz/the-kit/