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Awareness, attitude, access and action required


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Digital Citizenship - Planning for Policy

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Awareness, attitude, access and action required

  1. 1. Digital Citizenship – Awareness,Access,Attitudes and Action RequiredThe foundations to successful implementation of policies and procedures(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013) “Monitor, Computer, Screen,Laptop” Public Domain Image 80450
  2. 2. Digital NativeVs Digital Immigrant (Prensky, 2001)A conversation that needed to be started.(CC0) Petr Kratochvil, (2013) “Baby Working On ALaptop”
  3. 3. (So, we don’t just push the buttons……)Preparing our students for their realworld and their future????(CC0) Petr Kratchovil, (2013) “BabyWith A Laptop”
  4. 4. RealWorldVs CyberspaceOur students are living in adichotomous world(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013) “Men,Silhouettes, Phone, Communication”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012),”Face, Empty,Woman, Wait, Waiting Time”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012). “E-Mail,Computer, Internet, Man, Person”
  5. 5. Alice an analogy for our studentsAwareness and preparation lead to successful participation.(CC0) Momo, (2011). “Nyc, New York, CentralPark”
  6. 6. Awareness Allows Definition(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012). “Family,Flags, Globe, Globalization”
  7. 7. The whole village, includingthemselves.Who is responsible?(CC0) PDPhotos, (2010). “CavePaintings, Mural, Usa, Nevada”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013). “Team,Group, Silhouettes, Man, Woman”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013). “Family,Community, Patchwork”
  8. 8. Dichotomy of childhood in a digital ageRisk Vs Possibilities(Craft, 2012, p.178)(CC0) Openicons, (2013). “Innocent,Unblameable, Unblamable”(CC0) Nemo, (2013). “Computer, Internet,Digital Chat, Camera, Electronics”(CC0) PublicDomainPictures, (2012).“Background, Box, Brown, Candy, Chocolate”
  9. 9. Attitudes determine access(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013). “At, Mail, Virus,Warning, Trojan”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012). “Screen, Monitor, Computer,Silhouettes”
  10. 10. Strategic Planning necessary…….Access demands Action(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012). “Faces, Man, Woman, Dialogue, Talk”(CC0) Nemo, (2012). “Food, Symbol,Drawing, Law, Cartoon”(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2012). “DistrictConcentric Circles At Figures Connection”
  11. 11. Reaching the goal posts of DigitalCitizenship.(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013). “School, Black, Green, May Refer To”
  12. 12. Reflective Questions to Ponder• What do you see as the needs of thelearners in the learning community forthe development of proactive digitalcitizenship policies and procedures?• Where do you see the balancebetween accessibility to digitaltechnologies, effective pedagogy,creating an arena of safety and amanageable learning environment?(Hollandsworth, Dowdy & Donovan, 2011, p.39)• How can we bridge the gapbetween the many dualitiesstudents experience in theirdaily lives between the digitalworld and the materiality of thephysical world?(CC0) Gerd Altmann, (2013). “Question Mark,Silhouettes, Pair, Man”
  13. 13. Recommended ReadingCraft, A. (2012): Childhood in a digital age: creativechallenges for educational futures, London Review ofEducation, 10:2, 173-190, R., Dowdy, L., & Donovan, J. (2011). DigitalCitizenship in K-12: It Takes a Village. Techtrends: LinkingResearch & Practice To Improve Learning, 55(4), 37-47.doi:10.1007/s11528-011-0510-zOhler, J. (2012). Digital Citizenship Means CharacterEducation for the Digital Age. Education Digest, 77(8), 14-17. Retrieved from:, R. (2013). Dialogic: Education for the Digital AgeHoboken: Taylor & Francis Retrieved from: Nemo, (2012).“Education, Mark, Desk,Reading, Cartoon”
  14. 14. ReferencesBlascovich, J. & Bailenson, J. (2011). Infinite Reality: The hidden blueprint of our virtual lives HarperCollins Publishers New YorkCHAPTER 2: The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship. (2007). Digital Citizenship in Schools (pp. 13-37). International Society forTechnology in Education.CHAPTER 5: Teaching Digital Citizenship to Students. (2007). Digital Citizenship in Schools (pp. 73-79). International Society forTechnology in Education.Craft, A. (2012): Childhood in a digital age: creative challenges for educational futures, London Review of Education, 10:2, 173-190, l. J., Vartabedian, V., Literat, I., Mehta, R. (2012). Explore Locally Excel Digitally: A participatory learning-oriented after-schoolprogram for enriching citizenship on- and offline. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 4(3), pp. 213 - 228Greenhow, C. (2010). New Concept of Citizenship for the Digital Age. Learning & Leading With Technology, 37(6), 24-25.
  15. 15. ReferencesHollandsworth, R., Dowdy, L., & Donovan, J. (2011). Digital Citizenship in K-12: It Takes a Village. Techtrends: Linking Research& Practice To Improve Learning, 55(4), 37-47. doi:10.1007/s11528-011-0510-zLindsay, J., & Davis, V. (2010). Navigate the Digital Rapids. Learning & Leading With Technology, 37(6), 12-15.Nunes, M. (2006). Chapter 1: The Problem of Cyberspace. (2006) Cyberspaces of Everyday Life, University of Minnesota PressOhler, J. (2012). Digital Citizenship Means Character Education for the Digital Age. Education Digest, 77(8), 14-17. Retrievedfrom:, M. (2009). Becoming a Digital Citizen in a Technological World. In R. Luppicini, & R. Adell (Eds.), Handbook of Researchon Technoethics (pp. 250-262). Hershey, PA: . doi:10.4018/978-1-60566-022-6.ch017Thomas, M. (2011). Deconstructing Digital Natives: Young People, Technology and the New Literacies Taylor & Francis. Retrievedfrom:, R. (2013). Dialogic: Education for the Digital Age Hoboken: Taylor & Francis Retrieved from:, D. (2008). Being Virtual: who you really are online John Wiley & Sons, England