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Things That Suck About Digital Citizenship v1


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This participatory session will engage attendees in some meaningful dialogue around several aspects of digital citizenship. We'll explore some hot-button topics and consider their impact on the work we do as educators. This session will provide clarification around a number of key digital citizenship issues and will also highlight a valuable model for engaging your students in classroom conversations. There’s a fair bit of fear mongering disguised as digital citizenship online. Our kids need more models of empathy and empowerment – so do we. We’ll share some of those models too.

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Things That Suck About Digital Citizenship v1

  1. 1. Things That Suck Digital Citizenship About Darren Kuropatwa Building Learning Communities Conference Boston, MA; July 2017
  2. 2. Hello. My name is … Glad to be on your team today. :-)
  3. 3. Get a QR-Code Reader Suggestion: i-nigma
  4. 4. Phonto
  5. 5. 1 2 3 flickr photo by dgray_xplane 147874576 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license Flash Survey group of 4-5; ask 3
  6. 6. What is the most important thing you already know about digital citizenship? What is something you want to learn about digital citizenship? How does digital citizenship affect the work you do? What is a question you already have about digital citizenship? What do you think is NOT important about digital citizenship? Where can you find more information about digital citizenship after today? Flash Survey
  7. 7. Citizenship is more than not doing bad things. Respond to adversity with Persistent Kindness. Use digital to respond with empathy and in a way that empowers people. My Biases
  8. 8. 4 Corners Snowball Fight!
  9. 9. strongly disagree disagree agree strongly agree
  10. 10. Citizenship is more than not doing bad things. Respond to adversity with Persistent Kindness. Use digital to respond with empathy and in a way that empowers people. My Biases
  11. 11. Kevin Curwick Balpreet Kaur A little girl My Models
  12. 12. im_not_sure_what_to_conclude_from_this/ i_posted_the_picture_of_a_sikh_woman_on_here_and/ I’m not sure what to conclude from this ...
  13. 13. #busphoto #tears #pink Your Turn
  14. 14. selfies » methinks cclicensed(BYND)
  15. 15. elfie atfunerals
  16. 16. elfie atfunerals
  17. 17. elfie atfunerals
  18. 18. elfie ofinstagramrichkids
  19. 19. methinks
  20. 20. cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo by Martin Gommel: Don’t just shoot
  21. 21. rule of thirds
  22. 22. Sail Boat by flickr user MarkKelley
  23. 23. stone pier rule of thirds by flickr user petervanallen
  24. 24. #busphoto #tears #pink Your Turn
  25. 25. #busphoto
  26. 26. Have you got a page?
  27. 27. cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo by El Negro Magnifico:
  28. 28. #tears
  29. 29. good people pulling together
  30. 30. good people pulling together
  31. 31. #pink
  32. 32. Bullied student tickled pink by schoolmates' T-shirt campaign
  33. 33. Stand & Deliver
  34. 34. share with your team tweet a pic your idea goes here your response goes here pick 1 question write 1 response Think & Share @dkuropatwa #BLC17learnings
  35. 35. What are the most important concepts you learned today? How will you use this information? What behaviour changes will you make as a result of what you have learned? What others steps can you take to learn more about this topic? Who can you share what you’ve learned with and what will you tell them? What is one question you still have about this topic? How will you find the answer? @dkuropatwa #BLC17learnings
  36. 36. “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo by Andrew Lament: Anne Frank
  37. 37. thank you Natalie Merchant - Kind and Generous @dkuropatwa