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Rhondda Powling

Digital Citizenship Resources - 7 views

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    A good LiveBinder by VisionsByVicky "This binder is an attempt to collect and organize Digital Citizenship resources by age (grade level). Often when we think of Digital Citizenship, we only think about the safety aspects of it but being a digital citizen is much more than just being safe. The nine elements of Digital Citizenship as outlined in the book Digital Citizenship in Schools by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey are:
Rhondda Powling

Privacy, digital citizenship and young children | Australian Policy Online - 3 views

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    "A growing number of educators and advocates in the online safety field are now embracing the term 'digital citizenship' to describe education about privacy, safety, security and responsible use of information and communication technologies (ICT). There is also a growing understanding of the importance of beginning this education when a child first starts their use of ICT. "
Rhondda Powling

A Simple Guide to All That Teachers Need to Know about Digital Citizenship - 6 views

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    Post from @medkh9 "Digital citizenship is a key component of the technology and media literacy. We should not only teach our students how to be  good citizens in the real physical world  but how they can be good netizens of the online world  as well.Today's learning requires alot of use of technology and most imprtant of all, our students are using technology on a daily basis- text messaging, blogging, Facebooking, Twittering, watching videos, gaming and networking. They live in two different but interconnected worlds. What they do online can have a severe repercussions on their real life if not properly instructed on digital safety issues and this is where digital citizenship fits in."
graham hughes

EDUCATOR'S GUIDE - Facebook for Educators - 3 views

  • instruct them in safe, ethical, and responsible Internet use
  • can enhance learning inside the classroom and beyond
  • new technology is changing your classroom
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  • 1.Help develop and follow your school’s policy about Facebook. 2.Encourage students to follow Facebook’s guidelines. 3.Stay up to date about safety and privacy settings on Facebook. 4.Promote good citizenship in the digital world. 5.Use Facebook’s Pages and Groups features to communicate with students and parents. 6.Embrace the digital, social, mobile, and “always-on” learning styles of 21st Century students. 7.Use Facebook as a professional development resource
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    Educators have traditionally helped parents teach young people about appropriate behavior towards others. Now, with the explosion of social media, educators can be part of a larger conversation with young people about digital citizenship and online behavior. We will discuss more about what digital citizenship means in Section 4. As educators you can instruct them in safe, ethical, and responsible Internet use
Rhondda Powling

Teaching digital citizenship across the whole curriculum | eSchool News | eSchool News - 4 views

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    "Digital citizenship is not just about teaching students what not to do, but also what they should be doing, to create a positive online impression. It can not be taught in a one-off lesson but needs to be embedded into lessons and "lived" or owned by everyone going about their daily lives "
Tony Searl

Digital Citizenship - 5 views

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    From DERN NSW comes this collection of resources re digital citizenship. "The resources, templates and tools that make up this guide are designed to support schools to implement the Digital Citizenship program. The slideshow and school flyer can be customised by schools to suit their needs. There is also a guide for parents and carers as well as a professional learning course for teacher orientation to the program."
Tony Searl

NetSafe @ Ulearn - Home - 2 views

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    We're currently revising the NetSafe CyberSafe Schools programme to create a more learner centered approach to Digital Citizenship We are looking to recruit classroom teachers, school administrators, and students to our online panel of expert advisers. This online panel, the NetSafe Education Network, will be invited to comment on Digital Citizenship discussion documents from time to time. We are looking for contributions on what New Zealand schools, the Ministry of Education and NetSafe could do to ensure young people have the skills and attributes to be good citizens in a digital age.
Rhondda Powling

How to Identify a Fake Website - 12 views

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    "As more and more technology is being involved in our students daily lives, it becomes a pressing need for every teacher to, at least once in awhile , inform their students on the topic of digital citizenship. And as you probably know learning how to protect our digital identity and stay safe online are some key elements of this digital citizenship process. If you need any teaching resources on this topic then I invite you to check this resource."
Rhondda Powling

Digital Culture & Education: Classroom perspectives - Digital Culture & Education - 2 views

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    In this issue we present articles that push the boundaries of research on digital cultures, teaching, and technologies in fruitful and generative directions.  Researchers and practitioners in this issue present case studies and analysis of practical classroom use of copyright literacies, learning management systems, mobile/cell phones, social video, Twitter, and Google Reader.  The articles demonstrate how the affordances of digital culture have shifted our understandings of how pupils learn as content can be accessed, designed, and shared.  Despite the affordances of digital culture, teaching and learning-with and through digital technologies-requires effective pedagogy.  Digital technologies are not 'teacher-proof' tools; they require thoughtful and thorough integration into pedagogy, in a manner that reflects carefully articulated instructional and learning goals
John Pearce

Screen Australia - Digital Learning - Former Film Australia - 0 views

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    Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder is a quick, convenient and easy-to-use search engine for teachers and educators. It features FREE FOR EDUCATION downloadable video clips from Screen Australia's remarkable archive-one of the nation's largest and most historically significant collections. Clips are matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets that include background information and engaging student research and classroom activities written by leading teachers. Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder makes it easy to search via curriculum, topic or keyword. Watch or download video clips featuring Australian life from the distant past to the present day. The video clips are carefully selected to cover topics including Australians at Work and War, Immigration, Indigenous Australia and Native Title, Asia-Pacific region, Australian politics, The Arts, Broadcast Media from radio to the Internet, Sustainability and Values and Citizenship. There are more than 600 resources to select from, with more added weekly.
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    Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder is a quick, convenient and easy-to-use search engine for teachers and educators. It features FREE FOR EDUCATION downloadable video clips from Screen Australia's remarkable archive-one of the nation's largest and most historically significant collections. Clips are matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets that include background information and engaging student research and classroom activities written by leading teachers. No registration or log in is required, however we would appreciate your feedback. Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder makes it easy to search via curriculum, topic or keyword. Watch or download video clips featuring Australian life from the distant past to the present day. The video clips are carefully selected to cover topics including Australians at Work and War, Immigration, Indigenous Australia and Native Title, Asia-Pacific region, Australian politics, The Arts, Broadcast Media from radio to the Internet, Sustainability and Values and Citizenship. There are more than 600 resources to select from, with more added weekly.
Rhondda Powling

Schools Can No Longer Ignore the Importance of Digital Citizenship - 3 views

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    Part of Lyn Hay's session on the importance of teaching digital literacy to our students and links to where this process is supported by the Australian curriculum
Rhondda Powling

No! You Can't Just Take It! | Langwitches Blog - 3 views

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    A great post by Silvia Tolisano (@langwitches) about her frustration with teachers who are not taking responsibility and modelling good digital citizenship to their students nor playing fair with colleagues who share . We all need to be taking care to live by the creed of good digital citizenship as well as teach it to our students.
Rhondda Powling

Developing students' digital literacy | Jisc - 7 views

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    "Even today's students need support with some areas of digital practice, particularly in an academic context, so it's important to make sure that these needs are met. We define digital literacies as the capabilities which fit someone for living, learning and working in a digital society. To help with thinking about this, we have outlined seven elements of digital literacy for consideration, which can be seen in the accompanying diagram"
John Pearce

Course: 21st Century Technology Skills - 13 views

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    From the Queensbury Union Free School District comes this Moodle based 21st Century Technology Skills course. The 10 Week Computer Literacy Course for 6th grade students covers Understanding Computers | Digital Literacy | Digital Citizenship | Cyber Safety
John Pearce

ad4dcss » home - 0 views

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    Digital citizenship can be described as knowing how to behave appropriately and responsibly with regard to technology use.
Rhondda Powling

information fluency model - 3 views

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    "Digital Information Fluency (DIF) is the ability to find, evaluate and use digital information effectively, efficiently and ethically. DIF involves knowing how digital information is different from print information; having the skills to use specialized tools for finding digital information; and developing the dispositions needed in the digital information environment. As teachers and librarians develop these skills and teach them to students, students will become better equipped to achieve their information needs."
Rhondda Powling

BrainPOP Spotlight: Digital Citizenship. Movies, quizzes, activities, teacher resources and video tutorials - 5 views

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    Free Brainpop video on digital citizenship. Four other free videos are included in the series: blogs, cyberbullying, digital etiquette and online safety.
Rhondda Powling

Media Awareness Network (MNet) | Reports and Publications - 0 views

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    The Digital Literacy in Canada discussion paper is a response to the Government of Canada's Digital Economy Consultation, launched in May 2010. The paper calls for federal leadership in the creation of a national digital literacy strategy to ensure all Canadians have the necessary skills to use digital technologies to their fullest potential. 
John Pearce

The Digital Citizen - 8 views

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    Andrew Churches extrapolates from ancient Rome in this excellent discussion on 6 tenets of Digital Citizenship. As he says, "The internet is a little like the proverbial elephant that never forgets. Our digital footprints are not like the footprints on the beach, washed away by the next wave or rising tide. Rather they are like footprints left to dry in the wet concrete of the footpath."
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