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Digital citizenship presentation


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A presentation that looks at the concept of digital citizenship and has key people working in the field talking about their approaches to this area.

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Digital citizenship presentation

  1. 1. Connected and confident What does digital citizenship ‘look like’ in our increasingly connected world Note: View videos linked to from slides as part of this presentation. If you are having trouble clicking on the links, Suzie Vesper - Digi Advisorlook in the ‘Notes’ tab for each November 2012 slide to get the hyperlink.
  2. 2. So what is digital citizenship
  3. 3. Definition by NetsafeJohn FenaughtySenior CORE researcherPreviously Research Managerat NetSafeLink to John Fenaughty’s Edtalk
  4. 4. Kellie McRobert on keycompetencies and e-competencies Link to Kellie’s e-competencies wiki Link to Kellie’s video on the Curriculum Online website
  5. 5. Jason Ohler on digital literacies and capabilities Link to Jason Ohler’s Edtalk
  6. 6. Andrew Churches on citizenship and cybersafety Link to edtalks video Link to Andrew’s digital citizenship resources
  7. 7. malclocke on Flickr gobeirne on Flickr ChCh earthquake andy miah on Flickr gobeirne on Flickr Examples of digital citizenship during the Canterbury earthquakes
  8. 8. ChCh earthquakeLink to the Te Papa video on YouTube
  9. 9. ChCh earthquake
  10. 10. An example of good digital citizenship or not? ChCh earthquake Link to Shirley Boys YouTube video
  11. 11. What kind of digital citizen are you as a teacher?
  12. 12. Educators working in online spaces
  13. 13. Have you considered importantaspects when setting up online spaces? Page on social media and ethics website where this video is available
  14. 14. Other considerationsWhat is the purpose? How do you build readership? Room 3’s blogWhat is the fine print? Who is ultimately responsible?
  15. 15. Other considerations That’s That’s my our class art and blog. writing. How long will content Who owns the content? be online? ?How will you manage issues? What web content can you reuse?
  16. 16. Other great digital citizenship resources Digizen Netsafe kit for schools Netsafe My LPGGoogle - YouTube and Digital EGGS - Digital Citizenship The Digital Citizenship project Citizenship guidelines for teachers
  17. 17. Consider what your school needs to focus on in relation to digitalcitizenship. What support do youneed as an educator to be able todevelop digital citizenship skills in your students and yourself?