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  1. 1. Learning to participate effectively online is a matter of mindset and practice– and the payoff can be big… Done mindfully, digital participation helps build a more democratic, more diverse culture. Howard Rheingold Educating Effective and Responsible Mike Gwaltney Digital Contributors and Creators Jonathan Martin OESIS January 2013
  2. 2. Discuss in Small Groups: How do you understand Citizenship? What are its exemplars?
  3. 3. Follow-up Discussion: How does Digital Citizenship Differ from Citizenship?
  4. 4. The obligations of citizenship were deeply connected with everyday life. Citizens of the polis saw obligations to the community as a source of honor and respect. From Wikipedia Full-Room Discussion
  5. 5. From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  6. 6. HOW POWERFUL [IS] THE INSTINCT TO WORRY. BUT IT WILL BE OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP THAT INSTINCT IN CHECK AND TO RECOGNIZE THAT THEIR INCREASINGLY PUBLIC EXISTENCE BRINGS MORE PROMISE THAN PERIL. WE HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO BREAK WITH THAT MOST ELEMENTAL OF PARENTAL COMMANDMENTS: DON'T TALK TO STRANGERS. IT TURNS OUT THAT STRANGERS HAVE A LOT TO GIVE US THAT'S WORTHWHILE, AND WE TO THEM." --STEVEN JOHNSON "WEB PRIVACY: IN PRAISE OF OVERSHARING" TIME MAGAZINE, MAY 20, 2010 HTTP://BIT.LY/ABBBYL From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  7. 7. No one is teaching kids to do this well. From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  8. 8. If it was just about learning,* shouldn't we be teaching them to talk to strangers? From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation *Which it isn't...
  9. 9. DISCUSS
  10. 10. On Note Cards Write and Post your 3-4 key elements of a Digital Citizenship Bill of Rights. We’ll collect and post.
  11. 11. Discuss: How would you develop and use such a Bill of Rights in your school?
  12. 12. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.
  13. 13. Knowledge, power, advantage, companionship, and influence lie with those who know how to participate, not just passively consume culture.
  14. 14. 5 Literacies : –attention, –participation, –collaboration, –“crap detection,” –network smarts.
  15. 15. • We know a whole world of pressing social problems can be improved by peer networks, digital or analog, local or global, animated by those core values of participation, equality and diversity. • That is a future worth looking forward to. Now is the time to invent it.
  16. 16. Now we will just assume that media includes the possibilities of consuming, producing, and sharing side by side, and that those possibilities are open to everyone. How else would you do it?
  17. 17. http://ageofex.wordpr ess.com/2012/10/08/d-e- s-i-g-n-your-words/
  18. 18. http://vimeo.com/9828745
  19. 19. George Couros
  20. 20. http://youtu.be/2InkWRc1zww
  21. 21. You and I, as citizens, have the obligation to shape the debates of our time – not only with the votes we cast, but with the voices we lift.
  22. 22. http://ageofex.wordpress. com/2012/01/10/homework -how-much-is-too-much/
  23. 23. NOW WHAT Small Group Discussion : What are you doing to cultivate digital citizenship? Open Share
  24. 24. Stop “Manning The Firewalls” • Provide P.D. for teachers • Partner with students to develop and enforce “Blanket bans are appropriate preventing us from boundaries • Teach media literacy becoming dynamic • Be role models and 21st century learning mentors institutions.” http://plpnetwork.com/2013/01/04/open-letter-leaders- manning-firewalls/
  25. 25. Cyberbullying is not a discrete practice. It should not be addressed separately. Cyberbullying is more visible, but not more common. There are no silver-bullet solutions. To combat bullying, we need everyone to be engaged. We must help encourage youth to be courageous and loving, respectful, and tolerant. This is hard, but it starts with each of us.
  26. 26. “We look at artists each day in class, be it photographers, writers, graffiti artists, poets, sculptors, etc.. With the help of social media, we are more in touch with the art world than ever before, and I’ve witnessed this inspiration set forth ideas in my students that they successfully translate into their photographic work.” Shannon Smith, Teacher
  27. 27. Open Computer Testing What matters is no longer what one knows, but what one can do with what one knows and with information one can access, evaluate, and apply
  28. 28. • Will Richardson Embracing Innovation: http://www.pdscompasspoint.com/learning-in-a-networked- REFERENCES world-with-will-richardson AND • David Wees on Filters: RESOURCES http://davidwees.com/content/internet-filters-should-be- our-students-heads • Stephen Johnson Future Perfect – Post about: http://wp.me/poMQP-1sG • Howard Rheingold Net Smart – Post about http://wp.me/poMQP-1nb • Digital Citizenship boot Camp St. Gregory http://wp.me/PoMQP-14B • EdSurge Bill of Rights: https://www.edsurge.com/n/2013-01- 23-a-bill-of-rights-and-principles-for-learning-in-the-digital- age • Open Computer Testing: www. 21k12blog.net/oct • Berkman Center Cyberbullying report: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/2012/kbw_what_y ou_must_know • Alan November, Who Owns the Learning • Clay Shirky, Cognitive Surplus
  29. 29. • Mike Gwaltney: FIND THE SLIDES, – @MikeGwaltney VIDEOS, – Mikegwaltney.net & MORE – Mike@mikegwaltney.net AT 21K12BLOG.NET • Jonathan E. Martin – @JonathanEMartin – 21k12blog.net – jonathanemartin@gmail.com
  1. 1. Learning to participate effectively online is a matter of mindset and practice– and the payoff can be big… Done mindfully, digital participation helps build a more democratic, more diverse culture. Howard Rheingold Educating Effective and Responsible Mike Gwaltney Digital Contributors and Creators Jonathan Martin OESIS January 2013
  2. 2. Discuss in Small Groups: How do you understand Citizenship? What are its exemplars?
  3. 3. Follow-up Discussion: How does Digital Citizenship Differ from Citizenship?
  4. 4. The obligations of citizenship were deeply connected with everyday life. Citizens of the polis saw obligations to the community as a source of honor and respect. From Wikipedia Full-Room Discussion
  5. 5. From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  6. 6. HOW POWERFUL [IS] THE INSTINCT TO WORRY. BUT IT WILL BE OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP THAT INSTINCT IN CHECK AND TO RECOGNIZE THAT THEIR INCREASINGLY PUBLIC EXISTENCE BRINGS MORE PROMISE THAN PERIL. WE HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO BREAK WITH THAT MOST ELEMENTAL OF PARENTAL COMMANDMENTS: DON'T TALK TO STRANGERS. IT TURNS OUT THAT STRANGERS HAVE A LOT TO GIVE US THAT'S WORTHWHILE, AND WE TO THEM." --STEVEN JOHNSON "WEB PRIVACY: IN PRAISE OF OVERSHARING" TIME MAGAZINE, MAY 20, 2010 HTTP://BIT.LY/ABBBYL From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  7. 7. No one is teaching kids to do this well. From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation
  8. 8. If it was just about learning,* shouldn't we be teaching them to talk to strangers? From Will Richardson, Embracing Innovation *Which it isn't...
  9. 9. DISCUSS
  10. 10. On Note Cards Write and Post your 3-4 key elements of a Digital Citizenship Bill of Rights. We’ll collect and post.
  11. 11. Discuss: How would you develop and use such a Bill of Rights in your school?
  12. 12. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.
  13. 13. Knowledge, power, advantage, companionship, and influence lie with those who know how to participate, not just passively consume culture.
  14. 14. 5 Literacies : –attention, –participation, –collaboration, –“crap detection,” –network smarts.
  15. 15. • We know a whole world of pressing social problems can be improved by peer networks, digital or analog, local or global, animated by those core values of participation, equality and diversity. • That is a future worth looking forward to. Now is the time to invent it.
  16. 16. Now we will just assume that media includes the possibilities of consuming, producing, and sharing side by side, and that those possibilities are open to everyone. How else would you do it?
  17. 17. http://ageofex.wordpr ess.com/2012/10/08/d-e- s-i-g-n-your-words/
  18. 18. http://vimeo.com/9828745
  19. 19. George Couros
  20. 20. http://youtu.be/2InkWRc1zww
  21. 21. You and I, as citizens, have the obligation to shape the debates of our time – not only with the votes we cast, but with the voices we lift.
  22. 22. http://ageofex.wordpress. com/2012/01/10/homework -how-much-is-too-much/
  23. 23. NOW WHAT Small Group Discussion : What are you doing to cultivate digital citizenship? Open Share
  24. 24. Stop “Manning The Firewalls” • Provide P.D. for teachers • Partner with students to develop and enforce “Blanket bans are appropriate preventing us from boundaries • Teach media literacy becoming dynamic • Be role models and 21st century learning mentors institutions.” http://plpnetwork.com/2013/01/04/open-letter-leaders- manning-firewalls/
  25. 25. Cyberbullying is not a discrete practice. It should not be addressed separately. Cyberbullying is more visible, but not more common. There are no silver-bullet solutions. To combat bullying, we need everyone to be engaged. We must help encourage youth to be courageous and loving, respectful, and tolerant. This is hard, but it starts with each of us.
  26. 26. “We look at artists each day in class, be it photographers, writers, graffiti artists, poets, sculptors, etc.. With the help of social media, we are more in touch with the art world than ever before, and I’ve witnessed this inspiration set forth ideas in my students that they successfully translate into their photographic work.” Shannon Smith, Teacher
  27. 27. Open Computer Testing What matters is no longer what one knows, but what one can do with what one knows and with information one can access, evaluate, and apply
  28. 28. • Will Richardson Embracing Innovation: http://www.pdscompasspoint.com/learning-in-a-networked- REFERENCES world-with-will-richardson AND • David Wees on Filters: RESOURCES http://davidwees.com/content/internet-filters-should-be- our-students-heads • Stephen Johnson Future Perfect – Post about: http://wp.me/poMQP-1sG • Howard Rheingold Net Smart – Post about http://wp.me/poMQP-1nb • Digital Citizenship boot Camp St. Gregory http://wp.me/PoMQP-14B • EdSurge Bill of Rights: https://www.edsurge.com/n/2013-01- 23-a-bill-of-rights-and-principles-for-learning-in-the-digital- age • Open Computer Testing: www. 21k12blog.net/oct • Berkman Center Cyberbullying report: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/2012/kbw_what_y ou_must_know • Alan November, Who Owns the Learning • Clay Shirky, Cognitive Surplus
  29. 29. • Mike Gwaltney: FIND THE SLIDES, – @MikeGwaltney VIDEOS, – Mikegwaltney.net & MORE – Mike@mikegwaltney.net AT 21K12BLOG.NET • Jonathan E. Martin – @JonathanEMartin – 21k12blog.net – jonathanemartin@gmail.com

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