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  • Digital citizenship

    1. 1. Digital Citizenship Exploring the impact on physical and virtual communities
    2. 2. One definition
    3. 3. One definition Digital citizenship describes the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
    4. 4. One definition Digital citizenship describes the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. (Digital citizenship) also begins to set the stage for how we work with each other in a global, digital society. - Ribble & Bailey, 2008, Digital Citizenship in Schools
    5. 5. Twitter says “Good Morning”
    6. 6. Breaking it into digital elements Access Law Commerce Rights and responsibilities Communication Health and wellness Literacy Security Etiquitte Ethics - Ribble & Patton - 2008-09
    7. 7. Access Full electronic participation in society. - digital “barriers”
    8. 8. Commerce Electronic buying and selling of goods. -knowledge and protection
    9. 9. Communication Understanding of digital communication methods and when they are appropriate
    10. 10. Etiquette Standards of conduct expected by other users - TONE of email
    11. 11. Law Rights and restrictions governing use of digital technology - “UA”
    12. 12. Rights and responsibilities Privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users and behavioral expectations that come with them - protect and defend
    13. 13. Health and wellness Physical and psychological well- being - risks Frontline / PBS - Digital Nation
    14. 14. Security Precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal security and the security of their networks.
    15. 15. Ethics Moral use of digital technology - plagiarism SafeAssign at Purdue
    16. 16. Teaching social media will revolutionize the world of learning. “Instead of delivering a set of facts to students, we are engaging them in learning how to get those facts themselves.” - Howard Rheingold
    17. 17. data as of Jan., 2010 -’re-number-two-facebook-moves-up-one-big-spot-in-the-charts/? utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CompeteBlog+%28the+Compete+Blog %29&utm_content=Google+Reader
    18. 18. The Ultimate School Reform “If we ignore this shift in educational focus, we could see the beginning of a new divide, this one between today’s teachers and the students of the future - Connie Yowell, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
    19. 19. Teaching Digital Citizenship A four stage cycle of reflection Awareness Guided Practice Modeling and Demonstration Feedback and Analysis - Ribble, 2008
    20. 20. P u b C l o i l c l H e e g a e l t h
    21. 21. The New Literacy of the Digital Citizen The generation that grows up on the sunny side of the new digital divide will inherit the ease and status that comes with being the literati in a world where literacy has become “digiteracy.” - Richard Rapaport, EDUTOPIA contributor
    22. 22. Introducing Le book View the video on YouTube
    23. 23. Citizenship = the state of being a citizen (he or she) of a particular social, political, or national community
    24. 24. If Facebook was a country, it would be the World’s 4th largest. - 134 million active users The Social Media Revolution