Digital Citizenship: Educating 21st Century Learners

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A presentation I made to all middle school parents about digital citizenship, 21st century education and what I am doing in my classroom to address it.

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Digital Citizenship: Educating 21st Century Learners

  1. 1. RESPONSIBLE WEB CITIZENS Educating 21st Century Learners
  2. 2. VIDEO: Learning To Change, Changing To Learn
  3. 3. MEDIA DEPARTMENT PHILOSOPHY Craig Wehrle - Head Of Media
  4. 4. MEDIA DEPT PHILOSOPHY• Supervision & Education for safety are essential• Goal is Digital Literacy &!21st Century Skills: • Critical thinking • Problem solving • Good communication • Collaboration • Technology literate • Flexible & adaptable • Creativity • Globally & environmentally aware • Differentiation is important
  5. 5. If we tell them they learn 10%,if we show them they learn 60%, but if we do it with them together they learn 90%.
  6. 6. ICT LESSONSMitchell Norris - K to 7 ICT Specialist
  7. 7. 80%60%40% 75% 58%20%0% Teens that own a phone Children under 12 that own a phone Source: April 2010 Pew Report
  8. 8. "(Students) also learn through community, at home, in museums, in libraries and of course online." Cheryl Lemke
  9. 9. Under 13 on Facebook Minors on Facebook20 million15 million 20 million10 million 5 million 7.5 million 0 million Facebook Age Limit 13+ Source: June 2011 Consumer Reports Magazine
  10. 10. 21 CENTURY LEARNER Being connected and being able to access anyinformation at any time is a powerful learning tool
  11. 11. 21 CENTURY LEARNERStudents no longer have to recite facts and figures They no longer remember and recallStudents can access facts in a fraction of a second
  12. 12. 21 CENTURY LEARNERThey should be using this information to develop higher order thinking skills. This is 21st century education.
  13. 13. BLOOM’S REVISED TAXONOMY Higher order Creatingthinking skills Evaluating Analysing Applying Lower Understanding orderthinking Remembering skills
  14. 14. ICT LESSONS ARE... student centreddevelop higher order thinking skillsdesigned around these philosophies
  15. 15. EXAMPLES
  16. 16. Presentations
  17. 17. Image Manipulation
  18. 18. Research Skills
  19. 19. Movie Production
  20. 20. Critical Literacy
  21. 21. Open Online Digital Portfolios
  22. 22. ENGLISH LESSONSMary Fish - G5 to 6 English Teacher
  23. 23. Book Recommendations
  24. 24. RESPONSIBILITY
  25. 25. VIDEO: What Is Digital Citizenship?
  26. 26. Online Safety
  27. 27. Commenting and Moderation
  28. 28. Content Creation
  29. 29. Copyright
  30. 30. Online Relationships
  31. 31. REINFORCEMENT
  32. 32. REINFORCEMENT• Internet is a public place• Guidelines needed for Internet use, both at home & school• Adult supervision is essential: • Need to know student usernames & passwords • Online profiles set up with adult supervision • Students are monitored by parents/teachers • Adult supervision for IM, emailing & online games • Need permission to give personal information • Internet friendships MUST be monitored by parents• Web cams only used with parental/teacher permission• MS Children should not be communicating in chat rooms & chat functions attached with games, social media, etc. need supervision
  33. 33. REINFORCEMENT• Students need to learn: • Importance of building a positive Internet presence • What is placed on Internet stays forever • What messages should be responded to • When its appropriate to respond to messages • How to respond to inappropriate content • To talk about Internet usage with parents/teachers
  34. 34. THANK YOU
  35. 35. WWW.MISTERNORRIS.COM

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