Digital Citizenship Workshop

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Digital Citizenship presentation to Royal Oak Primary Staff May 2014.

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  • We need to recognise that the Internet its collaborative, multimdeia, social networking opportunities has won the competition for the attention of our studentsTo keep re-gurgitating the same old stuff will further alienate us from themWe need to bring the tools and resources of the internet, the social media, the collaboration opportinities into the classroom and harness these tools to the learning we want the students to attain
  • Digital Citizenship Workshop

    1. 1. Royal Oak Primary School Teacher Only Day Session 1 May 2014
    2. 2. Be Prepared… Knowledge is Power
    3. 3. Protecting Students’ Digital Footprints
    4. 4. The Internet is Archived
    5. 5. The Internet is Archived
    6. 6. NSA Collects and stores: • E-mails • Videos • Photos • IM • Social Media • And other stuff… http://youtu.be/2O9F7Oq2_70 5,000,000,000 mobile phones monitored http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/natio nal-security/nsa-tracking-cellphone-locations- worldwide-snowden-documents- show/2013/12/04/5492873a-5cf2-11e3-bc56- c6ca94801fac_story.html Daily! The Internet is Archived Monitored
    7. 7. The Internet is Archived Monitored The data center is alleged to be able to process "all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and internet searches, as well as all types of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital 'pocket litter'."[6] In response to claims that the data center would be used to illegally monitor emails of U.S. citizens, in April 2013 an NSA spokesperson said, "Many unfounded allegations have been made about the planned activities of the Utah Data Center, ... one of the biggest misconceptions about NSA is that we are unlawfully listening in on, or reading emails of, U.S. citizens. This is simply not the case."[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_Data_Center
    8. 8. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/termsandconditions/75 616954 The Internet is Archived Monitored
    9. 9. We Need to Archive Too • What is important to keep? • How often should we? • How should it be stored • Where should it be stored? • Who will know where it is stored?
    10. 10. But we don’t need to label This is Emma, she’s 6 from room 4
    11. 11. Digital Footprint Rule #1
    12. 12. Digital Footprint Rule #2
    13. 13. Ditital Footprint Rule #3 Students planning their board games
    14. 14. Digital Citizenship Tensions Privacy and over sharing Sharing and celebration Blanket protection Space to make mistakes Parental concerns School aspirations
    15. 15. Cyber Safety – Who is Protected?
    16. 16. Digital Citizenship – A Community Partnership Students Teachers School Community
    17. 17. • Year 1: http://titanpad.com/ropsyear1 • Year 2: http://titanpad.com/ropsyear2 • Year 3: http://titanpad.com/ropsyear3 • Year 4/5: http://titanpad.com/ropsyear45 • Year 5/6: http://titanpad.com/ropsyear56
    18. 18. • In your team groups • List all the responsibilities students have, that you can think of, with regard to the use of computers and the Internet in your classrooms • List the rights that students have • (NB Some of the other strands may impact/affect your list) • Repeat this exercise, but this time with teachers being the focus Digtial Rights and Responsibilites Be prepared to share at the end
    19. 19. Digital Rights and Responsibilities http://www.teachersandsocialmedia.co.nz/gui delines/commitment-profession Professional Persona Personal Persona
    20. 20. • Where should the boundary be in your personas? • Should there be a boundary? • What potential consequences might your decisions cause? • Should you discuss school/work/professional issues in a non school public environment? • Is gossip at a café different from online gossip?
    21. 21. • In your team groups • List how you manage Digital Etiquette in your class for students currently • Then compare with your notes from earlier • Identify any new areas that need to be addressed • Identify what additional help you think you might need • Consider your own role/behaviours with regard to digital etiquette ( eg acknowledgements, copyright etc) Digtial Etiquette Be prepared to share at the end
    22. 22. • In your team groups Look at the following resources and evaluate how they could help each layer of the onion on their Digital Citizenship journey Investigate Resources Be prepared to share at the end http://www.netsafe.org.nz/the-netsafe-kit-for-schools/ http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum

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