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Introduction to digital citizenship

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  • 1. Digital Citizenship www.tetoitupu.org
  • 2. www.tetoitupu.org The aims for the session… • Develop an understanding of the meaning of Digital Citizenship • Develop an understanding of Digital Citizenship and the New Zealand Curriculum • Develop an understanding of Digital Literacy • Develop an understanding of Digital Footprints • Develop an understanding of the impact of Social Networking on the Digital World
  • 3. www.tetoitupu.org "A digital citizen accepts and understands the rights and responsibilities of inhabiting ‘cyberspace’, including online safety.“ -Netsafe
  • 4. www.tetoitupu.org A Digital Citizen… ● Is a confident and capable user of ICT ● Uses technology to participate in educational, cultural and economic activities ● Uses and develops critical thinking skills in cyberspace ● Is literate in the language, symbols and texts of digital technologies ● Is aware of ICT challenges and can manage them effectively ● Uses ICT to relate to others in positive and meaningful ways ● Demonstrates honesty, integrity and ethical behaviour in their use of ICT ● Respects the concepts of privacy and freedom of speech in a digital world ● Contributes and actively promotes the value of digital citizenship -NetSafe
  • 5. www.tetoitupu.org Citizens of the World
  • 6. www.tetoitupu.org Nine Key Aspects ● Digital Access - full electronic participation in society ● Digital Literacy - the process of teaching and learning about ICTs and the use of ICTs ● Digital Security - self protection and electronic precautions to guarantee safety ● Digital Rights and Responsibilities - those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world ● Digital Commerce - electronic buying and selling of goods ● Digital Health and Wellness - physical and psychological wellbeing in a digital technology world ● Digital Law - rights and restrictions NetSafe, Enabling e-Learning
  • 7. The New Zealand Curriculum www.tetoitupu.org
  • 8. www.tetoitupu.org tools skills attitudes
  • 9. www.tetoitupu.org Think before you post!
  • 10. www.tetoitupu.org Making Sense of a Digital Environment Image by geralt on Pixabay.com Public Domain.
  • 11. www.tetoitupu.org The Social Media Revolution
  • 12. www.tetoitupu.org Digital Footprints Image by steppinstars on Pixabay.com Public Domain.
  • 13. www.tetoitupu.org Something to think about…
  • 14. www.tetoitupu.org Where to from here? NetSafe www.netsafe.org.nz My LGP (Learn, Guide, Protect) http://www.mylgp.org.nz/index.php The NetSafe Kit http://www.netsafe.org.nz/the-netsafe-kit-for-schools/ Digital Citizenship Project http://bit.ly/digitalcitizenshipnz
  • 15. Esther Casey Te Toi Tupu Blended e-Learning Facilitator ecasey@cognition.co.nz Monique Simpson Te Toi Tupu Blended e-Learning Facilitator msimpson@cognition.co.nz

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