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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. "
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
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.
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 Digital Citizenship 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 Digital Citizenship and NetSafe could do to ensure young people have the skills and attributes to be good citizens in a digital age.
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
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

21 st Century Educational Technology and Learning | K12 Educational transformation through technology - 2 views

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    A post discussing how to promote online student discussion that is meaningful and academically rigorous. It is also important that good digital citizenship practices are understood and followed.
Rhondda Powling

How to teach students to build a positive online identity | eSchool News | eSchool News - 3 views

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    "Students understand the power of social media but are they making good decisions about what to post online? How can we, as educators, help them understand not just the immediacy of their posts but also the permanence of online communications? Learning is becoming more digital and educators at all levels should be instrumental in building students' understanding about how their online presence impacts both their personal and future professional lives. Educators are also instrumental in helping students develop lifelong habits to create and maintain a positive online identity. You can look to the 2015 ISTE White Paper, Building and Keeping a Positive Digital Identity, to help kids be more intentional in what they post online. This paper applies ISTE standards to the idea of building and maintaining a positive online identity. It poses five questions adults can use to kick-start meaningful conversations about online behaviour and identity."
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John Pearce

Teach Digital: Curriculum by Wes Fryer wiki / safedsn - 0 views

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    This wiki from Wes Fryer is all about cyberbullying and internet safety. "Generally adults help young people learn to drive safely before giving them car keys and turning them loose on the streets of the world. Young people also need guidance and adult assistance to learn how to safely navigate the virtual environments of the 21st Century. Schools must be proactive, rather than merely defensive, in helping students acquire the skills of digital citizenship needed today and in the future. Simply banning read/write web tools on school networks is an inadequate response: Educators must strive to learn alongside students and parents how these technologies can be safely and powerfully used to communicate and collaborate."
John Pearce

Teach Digital: Curriculum by Wes Fryer wiki / safedsn - 0 views

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    Wes Fryers' great wiki containing links to Proactive Approaches to Address Cyberbullying. Quote "Schools must be proactive, rather than merely defensive, in helping students acquire the skills of digital citizenship needed today and in the future. Simply banning read/write web tools on school networks is an inadequate response: Educators must strive to learn alongside students and parents how these technologies can be safely and powerfully used to communicate and collaborate."
Jenny Gilbert

The Importance of Digital Citizenship in Social Media | Edutopia - 1 views

  • The best offense always begins with a solid defense. This is true in sports and is directly applicable to responsible use of classroom technology and social media. In my last post I encouraged educators to "Just Get Out There," but in this post I am pulling back on the reins a bit. While we want our students to get out there and use new and emerging technologies, we need to give them the fundamentals to play the best defense. Educate, before you integrate.
Rhondda Powling

Welcome - 3 views

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    This site, designed by Fuel Industries, includes three main components that are meant to be explored together. Videos: Each location -- Home, School, Mall -- includes several video shorts about a modern family's experience online. You determine which path the family members take at the critical decision point. Do you text that to your boyfriend? Do you purchase that ukulele? These shorts are just snapshots of more complicated issues. But, they all attempt to address a fundamental message of taking a moment to think before acting. Interactive Objects: As you view each video, you can collect interactive objects! An object opens up a quick game about the subject of the video. Once you collect the object, you can access it at anytime during your session. Messages: When you scroll down the site, you will find complementary messages targeted for each audience -- Students, Parents, Educators. These messages intend to strike a quick educational point. If you want to find out more about the subject, just click the link below the message. This will open up a pop-up with tips, advice, and links to partner resources. Make sure to check out the resources as linked in the educators' and parents' sections of the site! These resources point to curriculum and advice provided by Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, and National Consumers League.
Suzie Vesper

Digital Citizenship Education - 10 views

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    Downloadable teaching units around being a digital citizen
Michelle Thompson

Blended Learning - YouTube - 0 views

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    Innovative use of blended learning, using a rotating centres approach: Teacher instruction, Group work, Technology group. They are able to do more differentiated instruction within this model and looks like they're using some digital curriculum or an LMS.
Rhondda Powling

What Teachers Need to Know about The New Creative Commons 4.0 Licenses ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 2 views

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    "These CC 4.0 licenses are the result of of two years of work to overcome some of the weaknesses that marked the 2011 version CC licenses. Some of the features and improvements included in 4.0 licences which make them easily shared and re-used include improved readability and organization and common-sense attribution."
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