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Digital Tattoo for Student Teachers 2012


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workshop for student teachers @ UBC.

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Digital Tattoo for Student Teachers 2012

  1. 1. Think Before You InkEDUC 316Anne ScholefieldJulie MitchellCindy Underhill
  2. 2. Pre – Workshop Survey …Please take 5 minutes to complete our survey:
  3. 3. Questions for reflection… What’s MY digital tattoo and why should Icare? What perspectives inform my digital identity? What 3 basic principles might help me makeand defend my decisions as I create, manageand own my digital identity?
  4. 4. meaning in context
  5. 5. highly visibleTR
  6. 6. ...and hard to removeTR
  7. 7. Principle 1…consider…Online identity is owned, it’s personal and itevolves over time – just like we do.
  8. 8. Dynamics that Change Interaction5 dynamics that influence what we do online boyd, danah. 2009. "Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What?"
  9. 9. Persistence…what you (or others) put on the internet stays thereThe goodThe uglyThe badMcKayla Maroney Twitter profile ProvinceSeptember 27th, 2011Orland Kurtenblog
  10. 10. Replicabilitycontent can be taken out of context<embed><embed>RT@RT@
  11. 11. ScalabilityScalability: your networks, your networks’ networks and so on…
  12. 12. Searchabilityyou can be found
  13. 13. [De]locatability…when you are everywhere, you are nowhere.Photo from Inkyhack onFlickr:
  14. 14. The audience can be invisibleand anonymous
  15. 15. What does this mean?As Danah Boyd states: “One of the key challenges is learning how toadapt to an environment in which theseproperties and dynamics play a key role.”
  16. 16. Principle 2…consider…TRDigital tools have biases. One is towardsreducing complexity.
  17. 17. What’s YOUR digital tattoo?TRIn 2 minutes, generate a list of all of the waysyou have shared/published somethingdigitally in the last 24 hours and share with apartner.What tools did you use?How fast/easy was it to share?Why did you share it?How did you decide who to share it with?
  18. 18. Where are YOU on the line…?TextingFacebookTwitterGoogleCommentingminimal investmentTextingFacebookTwitterGoogleCommentingminimal investmentBloggingCreating/sharing digitalphotosCreating/sharing videoCreating/sharing music/artheavy investmentBloggingCreating/sharing digitalphotosCreating/sharing videoCreating/sharing music/artheavy investmentDocumenting/collectinginvestment variesDocumenting/collectinginvestment varies
  19. 19. Principle 3…consider…TRThoughtful, informed decisions require time andsufficient knowledge.
  20. 20. Digital Ink: 3 Perspectives#1: Individual#3:Profession#2:EducatorTR
  21. 21. The Individual: Stacy Snyder 2006: student teacher“drinking” called intoquestion. She was denied ateaching degree. 2008: judge rejected herclaim that this violated herFirst Amendment right tofree speech. 2010: her photo & storylives on in“Drunken Pirate”
  22. 22. Consider: your personal viewIn groups of 3, for 2 minutes, discuss: What are the issues that this case brings upfor you?Website:
  23. 23. The Educator: Mr. H Offers a blog as supporthub to grade 8 Mathstudents Uses a variety of freelyavailable onlineplatforms for studentsto create and publish. Class accounts are usedand student blogs areprivate.cuMr. H’s support hub:
  24. 24. Consider: your view as an educatorIn groups of 3, for 2 minutes, discuss: What responsibility does a teacher have toteach students about being a responsibledigital citizen?cuWebsite:
  25. 25. The Profession: Teaching Ontario College ofteacherssocial media guidelines. Vancouver Boarddeems “friending” andpersonal email“unacceptable”. Blurred boundariesleave students andteachers vulnerable.AS
  26. 26. Broader Context:Teacher Regulation BranchStandard 2: Educators are role models who act ethicallyand honestly.“The Supreme Court of Canada has determined thateducators are held to a higher standard than othercitizens due to their unique role in society.”From: Teacher Regulation Branch (former College of Teachers):
  27. 27. Consider: your view as part of alarger professionIn groups of 3, for 3 minutes, discuss: How do you balance your professionalobligation to serve as a role model(standard#2) with your personal life online? What role (if any) do you want yourprofessional association to play in helping youwith this?ASWebsite:
  28. 28. TRDesign your digital tattoo...personalprofessionalpartofaprofession
  29. 29. Digital Tattoo TutorialTR
  30. 30. Post – Workshop Survey …Please take 5 minutes to complete the survey-Part 3: will likely be contacted in 6 months tocomplete Part 3 of the survey.
  31. 31. Resources BC Teacher Regulation Branch: Standards, Questions and Case Studies  boyd, danah. 2009. "Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What?" Microsoft Research Tech Fest, Redmond, Washington, February 26.  Retrieved March 10, 2009: Digital Tattoo: Madden, M., Fox, S., Smith, A., & Vitak, J. (2007).Digital Footprints: Online Identity Management and Search in the Age of Transparency.  Pew/Internet. McBride, Melanie (2010) Ontario College’s “Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media” Rego, B. (2009). Teachers Guide to Using Facebook. Richardson, W. (2008, January). Teaching Civics with Social Web Tools. District Administration, 44(1), 56-56. Rosen, Jeffrey (2010) The Web Means the End of Forgetting, New York Times. Quan, Douglas (2010) Facebook Blurs Line Between Teacher and Friend, Vancouver
  32. 32. ResourcesClass Blogs Welcome to Blogging: class intro for elementary students -Sargeant Park Math Zone: Create a Class Blog (2010)-Edublogger: this presentation:Slideshare: Digital Tattootr
  33. 33. The Broader Context: Policy andGuidelinesAS government approachThe collective approachthe practical approach?
  34. 34. The Broader Context:The Web Means the End ofForgetting A humane society valuesprivacy – allows us tocultivate different aspectsof personality in differentcontexts “Societal forgetting”important – we learn andadjust our behavior basedon our mistakes. If we livein fear of making mistakes,we don’t learn/ grow ashuman beings.cuNew York Times: July 21, 2010
  35. 35. The Broader Context: TeachingDigital Citizenshipcu