Zahner Networkshop Sp09

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Presentation at the 18th Annual Networkshop Conference, Szeged, Hungary, April 15, 2009.

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Zahner Networkshop Sp09

  1. 1. Jane Zahner Guest Professor, EszterházyKárolyFöiskola Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia, USA
  2. 2. Beginning Exploration Perspective * Concept* Questions
  3. 3. Emerging concept educational technology studies  Dissertation topic (Dr.MikeRibble, Kansas State)  Now international organizational support and  promotion (ISTE: International Society for Technology in Education) I teach experienced teachers online - they teach  digital technology skills to students International students and this  faculty exchange at EKF
  4. 4. Connected technology users Space Time Culture ACROSS
  5. 5.  Education  Employment  Commerce  Social Interaction
  6. 6. Laws Rules Customs
  7. 7. Laws Rules Customs
  8. 8. Laws Rules Customs
  9. 9. Ribble, M., & Bailey, G. (2007). Digital citizenship in schools. Washington DC: ISTE http://www.digitalcitizenship.net
  10. 10. American educational  context Assumption technology is  „good‟ Democratic perspective  Rights of individuals  Based in U.S. law and  regulation Implied trust in authority  Financial affluence 
  11. 11. Given those questions and disclaimers…
  12. 12. Nine Themes  Digital Access 1. Digital 2. Digital Commerce Digital Communication 3. 4. Digital Literacy 5. Digital Etiquette 6. Digital Law 7. Digital Rights and Responsibilities 8. Digital Health and Wellness Digital Security 9. http://www.digitalcitizenship.net
  13. 13. Given those questions and disclaimers…
  14. 14. What? Skills Knowledge Attitudes Digital Citizen
  15. 15. Who? Teachers Parents Self Digital Technology Peers Citizen
  16. 16. How? Teach Model Enforce Digital Citizenship KSA
  17. 17. Equitable  Parents access Teachers Self Accommodate Peers  Technology special needs Knowledge Model Skills Teach Increase Attitudes Enforce  access Digital outside Citizen schools The “Digital  Divide”. Social theme
  18. 18. E-mail  Parents  Mobile phones Teachers Self Peers  IM and text Technology Knowledge Model messaging Skills Teach Attitudes Enforce  Blogs  Wikis Digital Citizen  Videoconferencing Practical theme
  19. 19. Hardware &  Parents network security Teachers Self Identity theft Peers  Technology Online stalking Knowledge Model  Skills Teach Hackers Attitudes Enforce  Viruses  Digital Community  Citizen security: terrorism Technical theme
  20. 20. EKF impressive access  E-Teaching Seminar for EKF faculty  Web site evaluation lesson for EKF students  E-Learning Techniques for students  Demonstrate blogs for new teachers  Observe theory & skills development classes  Examine theory & practice research  VSU students studying Digital Citizenship  Teaching
  21. 21. Etiquette – email, mobile, text  Hungarian keyboard, web sites, translation  web sites Kids and grandkids to Skype  Blog to international audience (& paper)  ◦ http://zahnerpkm.blogspot.com VSU „live‟ presentations on Digital Citizenship  Communications
  22. 22. Colleague will administer online  ◦ Overview of Digital Citizenship (5 themes) ◦ Assignment: 1. Choose one theme 2. Self-assess knowledge, skill, and comfort level 3. Write how developed knowledge and skills 4. Give observation how youth develop knowledge/skill 5. Give opinion who should be responsible to teach, model, enforce 6. Close with “Is DC relevant for Hungarian context?” Research
  23. 23. jzahner@valdosta.edu

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