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Citizenship Digital Age

Citizenship Digital Age



Presentation slides for METC session, Citizenship in the Digital Age

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  • Popular models/frameworks for Digital Citizenship:NETS for StudentsRibble and BaileyC3 Matricx from iSafeMicrosoft’s DC and Creative ContentSimple K12 PS21 Program
  • There a many models for articulatingdigital citizenship; Bailey and Ribble’s is one of the more established frameworksCitizenship applies to all grade levels/disciplines; every teacher must bear responsibility for making responsible behavior part of their classroom experience
  • Student learning and academic performance are the reasons we provide students with access to technology1. Digital Access: skype, twitter del.icio.us, blogger2. Digital Literacy: Using technology wisely  - understanding where to get information, how to evaluate it for authority and usefulness to the task; e.g. Creative Commons, Google, website eval.3. Digital Communication: Web 2.0 is the participatory web, you and the students can contribute the information, conversation, ideas that make up the wwwe.g. wikipedia, blogger
  • This category typically receives the most attention in schools b/c we focus on behavior and not learning outcomesNo shortage of hype and bad data regarding these elements4. Digital Security and Safety: electronic precautions to guarantee safety/physical well-being in a digital technology worldtopics: myspace / facebook safety, cyberbullying, sextingcyberstalking, password securityAlso about how to keep your machine safe from viruses, worms, spam etc5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or proceduretext message bullying, how to consider audience when blogging for the outside world,6. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital worldcopyright, plagiarism, finding cc images, how to cite, citation generating sites (citations machine, easybib 
  • 7. Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goodspassword security, how to tell if a website is secure, pfishingschmes 8. Digital Health and Wellness: physical and psychological well-beingErgonomics, screen timeArticle of CyberSafety tips by age 9. Digital Law: rights and restrictions All of these topics are important but often only digital law is addressed in many schools 
  • The nine themes of digital citizenship are broad and require more specific implementation strategies to live in the academic program. The PS21 program from SimpleK12 includes interactive lessons on all major digital citizenship topicds.
  • Is subscription based and we are doing a four month pilot.
  • The eight themes/topics are derived from the major frameworks we explored and are adapted to meet the needs of our school community. The are supported by specific activities at each grade level; the goal is a spiraled scope-sequence.
  • In addition to drawing from activities developed by PS21 and iSafe, we utilized a number of additional (and free) resources

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