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A slideshow presentation for teachers and students on the topic of Digital Citizenship.

A slideshow presentation for teachers and students on the topic of Digital Citizenship.

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Digital citizenship Digital citizenship Presentation Transcript

  • Digital Citizenship Character Development in a Digital World
  • What is Digital Citizenship? http://bit.ly/dnYVhf
  • What is Digital Citizenship? Digital Citizenship is the safe, legal and ethical use of technology. http://bit.ly/dnYVhf
  • Digital Applications Character Attributes
  • Why is it important to talk about Digital Citizenship? http://bit.ly/dxIoEp
  • Why is it important to talk about Digital Citizenship? The way we use computers in 2010 has changed from the way we used computers a few years ago. Let’s look at how...... http://bit.ly/dxIoEp
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’ we visited websites
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’ we visited websites we read and learned things
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’ we visited websites we read and learned things only the experts designed the websites and added the content
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’ we visited websites we read and learned things only the experts designed the websites and added the content we were consumers of the internet
  • Web 1.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the past’ we visited websites we read and learned things only the experts designed the websites and added the content we were consumers of the internet when we used the internet, most of the time we were looking for or reading facts - LOW level thinking
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’ the internet is a community; it’s social
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’ the internet is a community; it’s social we not only visit but we create the sites
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’ the internet is a community; it’s social we not only visit but we create the sites we can still read and learn, but we also create the content for others to read and learn
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’ the internet is a community; it’s social we not only visit but we create the sites we can still read and learn, but we also create the content for others to read and learn we are the creators of the internet
  • Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to the ‘internet of the present’ the internet is a community; it’s social we not only visit but we create the sites we can still read and learn, but we also create the content for others to read and learn we are the creators of the internet when we use the internet, we are often writing, creating, evaluating, commenting - HIGHER level thinking
  • This is a graphic showing a variety of Web 2.0 Applications
  • Web 2.0 tools are engaging for students.
  • But... in order to use them well, we need the tools to use them safely, legally and ethically. In other words,
  • But... in order to use them well, we need the tools to use them safely, legally and ethically. In other words, the skills of Digital Citizenship.
  • The Digital Compass can help us with this. Let’s look at some scenarios using the Digital Compass.
  • Some sample scenarios... changing the settings on a shared computer writing a comment about a classmate on MSN downloading a game from the internet setting up a Facebook account at 10 yr of age using text or images from the internet in an assignment etc. (create your own scenarios)
  • Kids, Copyright and Web 2.0 kids are putting content online important to teach them to respect copyright http://www.flickr.com/photos/libraryman/2799490154/ use ‘Advanced Search’ in Google learn about Creative Commons, Wikimedia Commons & other sites which provide resources that we have permission to use include Attribution - see example on next slide
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Canadian_Flag_on_flagpole.jpg http://bit.ly/buyTIS (use bit.ly to shorten a long URL)
  • As a good Digital Citizen, I will... • think and make smart choices • show respect for property, people and privileges • follow laws, policies and copyright guidelines • be a good person online as well as offline
  • What our students need from us... to teach, encourage, reinforce and provide a positive role model of Digital Citizenship to demonstrate and utilize ways that technology can be used in positive ways, ie. class blog, wiki, joining global networks, using Web 2.0 tools, etc.
  • Thank you for watching this presentation on Digital Citizenship.