Tools, strategies and resource for digital citizenship


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A top level overview of the types of tools needed for digital citizenship as well as examples of tools and strategies to teach.

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Tools, strategies and resource for digital citizenship

  1. 1. Tools, strategies and resources for digital citizenship June Wall Consultant in eLearning and Libraries
  2. 2. Overview of webinars 1. Digital Citizenship @ your school. What is the purpose of Digital Citizenship in the context of learning and safe and ethical use of technologies in schools. Who is the Digital Citizenship for – students, staff, parents or everyone? Some core essential strategies and resources will be included. 2. Tools, strategies and resources for digital citizenship. Engaging teaching resources and strategies 3. Designing a digital citizenship program. Explore how to design a digital citizenship program for your school.
  3. 3. Resource for thinking
  4. 4. Analogy and metaphor kit.html
  5. 5. Collaborative tools
  6. 6. Games and activities
  7. 7. Digital footprints How to delete your footprint
  8. 8. Interactive games
  9. 9. Animated videos internet-and-internet-safety-to-kids/ letiquette/
  10. 10. Information and Courses - iBooks and iTunes
  11. 11. Scenarios
  12. 12. Humour 8xPw3k
  13. 13. Explaining concepts
  14. 14. 3 tips for staying safe online Choose Consciously Protect your computer and your accounts: Keep all software (including your browser) current with automatic updating and install legitimate antivirus and antispyware software. Know your online world Look for signs that a webpage is secure and legitimate. Before you enter sensitive data, check for evidence of encryption, meaning a web address with https (“s” stands for secure), and a closed padlock beside it. (The lock might also be in the lower right corner of the window.) Engage positively Reduce spam in your inbox. Share your primary email address and instant messaging name only with people you know in person and with reputable organizations. Avoid listing them on your social network page, in Internet directories (like white pages), or on job-posting sites.
  15. 15. Some more resources Cyberbullying lesson plans m.pdf Two questions that can change your life Digital footprint video for teachers Digital Citizen slides or posters slides-20133.pdf Lesson plans Diigo group Cybersafety games
  16. 16. Strategies Discussion and reflection Embedded interactives Questioning techniques Develop decision making capabilities Remember: Awareness – Consolidation – Mastery. Mastery may be after they leave school!
  17. 17. My contact details Twitter @junewall l/