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Phil Macoun

Digital-ID - home - 1 views

  • We've created the Digital ID wiki with a two-fold purpose:

    • Provide students, teachers, and administrators with a toolkit of reliable information, resources, and guidelines to help all of us learn how to be upstanding Digital Citizens who maintain a healthy Digital Identity (ID) in the 21st Century.
    • Build a collaborative platform for teachers and students the world over to contribute to our ever-growing curriculum collaborations and student-created content.

    Our goal is to help our students answer these three Essential Questions:
    • What does it mean to be a (digital) citizen?
    • What are my rights as a citizen?
    • What are my responsibilities as a citizen?
Dean Mantz

Digital-ID - home - 9 views

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    This page gathers all of the Bloomin' Apps projects in one place!
    Each of the images has clickable hotspots and includes suggestions for
    iPad, Google, Android, and Web 2.0 applications
    to support each of the levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.
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    This wiki provides a great structure for classroom integration and addressing of Digital IDs and Citizenship.
Anne Bubnic

Digital Citizenship at MICDS - 6 views

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    Middle School curriculum at this wiki is aligned to the 9 elements of digital citizenship descibed by Bailey and Ribble.
Anne Bubnic

Digital Citizenship Wiki - 5 views

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    This is a resource for grade level teachers to prepare students to use technology appropriately and being mindful of the citizenship skills they already possess.
Anne Bubnic

Example of Online Assignment Safety - 0 views

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    Online Safety Assignment (wiki) for Milton Area School District (Pennsylvania) students
Anne Bubnic

Digi Teen: Ning for Digital Citizenship topics - 1 views

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    Ning based on Gerald Rubble's Book, Digital Citizenship in the Schools
Anne Bubnic

The Digital Citizen - 1 views

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    Curriculum wiki for digital citizenship. Divided into six tenets of Digital Citizenship.
Anne Bubnic

Tips and Tricks for Wikis in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Fourteen tips for teachers. Includes a downloadable parent letter and permission form
Anne Bubnic

A Review of Free Software/Web Tools [CLRN] - 0 views

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    A collection of Web 2.0 tools with links - screened by CLRN (California Learning Resource Network) with appropriate grade levels. Includes blogs & wikis, bookmark/resource sharing, productivity, collaboration and social networking.
Anne Bubnic

Virtual World Digital Citizenship for Middle Schoolers - 0 views

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    This documents students using Google Lively to teach other students about digital citizenship
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    For our project, we chose to create a virtual room, called Digiteen World, on Google Lively. Our main objective of this project is to get people more aware about Digital Citizenship. We will be allowing kids from our school to get on Lively, and react in the virtual world. We have created nine superheroes. Each superhero has a lesson to teach abut the nine aspects of Digital Citizenship. By teaching the lessons in a virtual room, the kids get to have a great time and still learn very important lessons. The goal of this project is to educate people on how to act online. In allowing kids to be a part of this project, we hope that they will learn how to be good digital citizens.
Anne Bubnic

A quarter million teachers to get free wikis - 0 views

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    A San Francisco wiki services provider has just finished a multiyear project under which it gave teachers all over the world 100,000 free wikis. And now, it is doubling up and getting set to give away another quarter million. The company, Wikispaces, decided in 2006 that it would make helping teachers use the collaborative software to further cooperation between students, both in their own schools and with schools in other cities and countries, a cornerstone of its business. But while Wikispaces hasn't made any money directly from the project--and in fact has incurred significant costs due to supporting the teachers' use of the wikis--co-founder Adam Frey said the company has found that the educators are just the kind of evangelists that can aid a start-up in building a business.
Anne Bubnic

WebTools4u2use [Library Media Specialists Wiki] - 1 views

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    This wiki was created for school library media specialists by Dr. Donna Baumbach and Dr. Judy Lee, University of Central Florida. The purpose is to provide information about some of the new web-based tools (Web 2.0) and how they can be used and are being used by school library media specialists and their students and teachers. Much of the information--including identifying a need for this kind of information--is the result of a survey conducted in 2008 of over 600 school library media specialists about their knowledge and use of web-based tools in library media programs.
Anne Bubnic

Wiki Etiquette for Students - 1 views

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    Wiki Etiquette for Students - How to act on a wiki. [From the Education team at PB Wiki]

Anne Bubnic

Parent Permission Sample for Read/Write Activities on the Web - 0 views

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    This form is powered by Wufoo Online forms and is a 'guide' to getting parent permission at the teacher level to allow students to participate in read/write activities. It is not a 'policy'. You will need to produce a printed version to ensure that you have a signature. Ensure that you provide adequate opportunity for parents to contact you with questions or express an interest in parental education about the read/write web.
Anne Bubnic

Multimedia meets multi-literacy age - 0 views

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    The efforts are few and far between right now, but as the world of blogs, wikis and podcasts grows, an increasing number of Canadian educators are finding new ways to enrich the learning experience for their students.
Jocelyn Chappell

School AUP 2.0 - 0 views

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    CTAP Region IV also keeps an extensive collection of Acceptable Use Policy and Cell phone policy information at: http://www.ctap4.org/cybersafety/AUP.htm
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    CTAP Region IV also keeps an extensive collection of Acceptable Use Policy and Cell phone policy information at: http://www.ctap4.org/cybersafety/AUP.htm
Anne Bubnic

Mobilizing Generation 2.0 - 1 views

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    A Practical Guide to Using Web2.0 Technologies to Recruit, Organize and Engage Youth.
    Ben Rigby and Rock the Vote have put together a book for activists, politicos, and organizers called "Mobilizing Generation 2.0: A Practical Guide to Using Web 2.0." It is a how-to guide to help those who want to mobilize using the web, focusing on how organizers can leverage blogging, social network sites, photo/video sharing, mobile phones, wikis, maps and virtual worlds.
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