Digital Citizenship Lessons en Français. As educators and librarians, incorporating digital citizenship into our daily instruction can be a tall order.
We first need to reflect on our own habits in order to model a balanced digital life. Then, we must take every opportunity throughout the day, planned or not, to encourage proactive, safe, responsible, and ethical online behavior. No easy task! So imagine the added complexity of trying to teach these important lifelong skills to students learning a second or third language. While the numbers vary within each province, approximately 65% of Canadian students are enrolled in a French second-language or immersion program. Many English classrooms across Canada have used Common Sense’s digital citizenship lessons and videos for years. Today, we're happy to announce that all of the Common Sense Digital Citizenship Scope and Sequence Unit 1 lessons (20 in all) are available in French. These lessons and videos are a tremendous asset to Canadian educators. *Thank you to the Lester B.
Digital Citizenship Explained by Common Craft. Most people are good citizens in the offline world.
They are kind to others, they obey laws and want their community to be a better place. But these days many of us are also citizens of the online world. We participate in discussions, share photos, and get help using websites. While this makes communication faster and easier, it can also cause problems. Stewart is a good guy. But when Stewart goes online, he seems to become a different person. "Manners Matter" Digital Citizenship Tips [Infographic] GDCF. Enjoy this useful infographic produced by Knowthenet called Manners Matter.
And they do, especially when it comes to teaching students proper digital citizenship skills. Resources such as this are a terrific way to share what’s important about technology with today’s digital learners! Knowthenet is a digital citizenship organization that helps individuals, families and businesses get the most out of the Internet. Creating Awareness for Bullying Prevention, Digital Citizenship and Cybersecurity. Digital Citizenship. Sample Digital Literacy and Citizenship Scope And Sequence From The Mulgrave School. Digital Literacy and Citizenship.
The 9 essential elements of digital citizenship. By Dennis Pierce September 24th, 2015 Every digital citizen should have these skills To hear author Mike Ribble tell it, kids are entering school with some exposure to technology—meaning schools won’t be making a first impression.
Digital Citizenship Week Resources for Schools. Digital Citizenship: An Opportunity for Everyone. Contributed by Jason Ohler In many parts of the world, one of the most universally available international experiences is traveling the world wide web.
It’s hard to believe, but the Internet and the world of ubiquitous connectivity have only gained widespread adoption within the last ten years. Yet they are so embedded in our everyday experience we can’t imagine life without them. Wherever we go, the Internet goes with us, providing a continuous environment that most of us have adopted unconsciously as our second homes. We text, check the news, play games with others half way around the world, without giving it a second thought.
It is because the Web is so pervasive and invisible, and provides access to so many different kinds of experiences, that we have developed such a keen and sometimes urgent interest in understanding how best to help students navigate this new world. School Resources - NetSafe Utah. Global Digital Citizenship—in 15 Minutes! (Solution Fluency) By focusing on Global Digital Citizenship every day for 15 minutes, you can instil in your students a strong basis for Internet-savvy skills for the 21st Century.
This is the first in a series of templates for lesson plans on the 21st Century Fluencies. First up: Solution Fluency. You heard that right, we said 15 minutes—take this lesson in parts; one part each day. You can spread this out over a couple weeks time or however you wish. The premise for our 15 minutes comes in the form of flipped videos or material that students will examine at home, or at the very least to be highlighted and watched in class for 15 minutes or less. 6 Great Videos on Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship. Digital Citizenship Resources for the Primary Classroom. I know it may sound a bit odd, but I love Monday mornings.
Why? I get to start every Monday morning during the first semester talking Digital Citizenship with our 94 Kindergartners. If you are a Kindergarten teacher and you're reading this, thanks for being AWESOME! I admire you more than you will ever know. I have a hard enough time keeping these students engaged for 25 minutes, I can't imagine what it's like for 8 hours! As we get settled into our new school years, I thought I would share some of my favorite resources that I use with our primary students here at Aurora Elementary School. Goodnight iPad: A Parody for the next generation Yep, it's a Parody of Goodnight Moon, the classic by Margaret Wise Brown. If You Give a Mouse an iPhone: A Cautionary Tail The follow up to Goodnight iPad is yet another great message for our students to hear.
The Berenstain Bears and Too Much TV My mom used to harp on me all the time about watching too much TV. Embracing the 9 Themes of Digital Citizenship. As our society races toward a realization of the Internet of Things, there is an increasing emphasis in the world of K-12 education to get technology into the hands of staff and students.
Something that’s missing from this race is a collective effort to educate not only our students but also our staff on the importance of understanding what it means to be a responsible digital citizen. We have access to more information through various mediums and more exposure to the world around us than ever before. With this access and exposure comes a responsibility that people of all ages are lacking a true understanding of — namely, the lasting digital footprint that we create every day. Part of my role as a learning environment adviser for CDWG is to have conversations with district stakeholders and ask questions like, “Why do you want those devices?” “How do you plan on using them?” Digital Citizenship for Elementary Kids: 6 Awesome Activities. On one of our many walks to school, my 11-year-old son asked, “What are you blogging about these days, Dad?”
I replied, “Digital Citizenship and elementary kids. So, what is it that kids do on computers most?” “Games and videos.” I can attest to that. My son likes to watch videos of game walkthroughs where people take videos of themselves playing through a game to the end, all while commenting on what’s going on; much like watching a movie. Now the adult in me wanted to say, “You should use it for learning and collaborating and organizing.”
Almost knowing what I was thinking he said, “There are games that are fun and that teach me biology and physics and stuff.” Digital Citizenship for Elementary Kids: 6 Awesome Activities. Does Your School Need Digital Citizenship Lessons? The 7 Question Test. Posted on August 11, 2015 by Diana Graber Earlier this summer, Disneyland announced that it was issuing a ban on the selfie stick. They decided that the “magic wand of narcissism,” as the selfie stick has been called, had no place at the happiest place on earth. Selfie sticks have also been banned at other public venues, from New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to the Coliseum in Rome. Meanwhile, Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs just launched a public health campaign, called the “Safety Selfie,” to reduce deaths and injuries caused by people taking dangerous selfie photos.
Is Cyberbullying On the Rise? Whenever I see these headlines I want to cringe. The fact is, it’s sad we need headlines to remind us to continue to be kind to others, to continue to discuss with our children as well as our friends and colleagues about the importance of being an upstander when you see someone being shamed online and most importantly — it’s a reminder that this digital cruelty is not going away anytime soon.
The fact is – there is a live person on the other-side of the screen. "We shouldn't assume people know what digital citizenship is." “We shouldn’t assume people know what digital citizenship is.” by David Ryan Polgar and Marialice B.F.X. Curran, DigcitSummit.com Digital Citizenship is huge. Or so it seems by the countless articles we read on the topic each week. As plugged-in educators who are putting together the first annual Digital Citizenship Summit, we are swimming in a sea of amazing advice concerning cyberbullying, empathy online, public shaming, tech balance, digital tattoos, and more. Teach Digital Citizenship: 20+ Tips & Resources.
A List of Digital Citizenship Resources For Fouth Graders. As the beginning of a new school year approaches, we need to remember to include lessons on the importance of Digital Citizenship in our classrooms. As I begin my second year of being 1:1, I know this is important to incorporate. Listed below are sources that can be used to teach Digital Citizenship in the classroom.Common Sense Media Classroom Curriculum - Lessons promoting and encouraging digital literacy and citizenship.
Digital Citizen Toolkits by Common Sense MediaDigital Compass - Where are you headed? Provided free from Common Sense Media. There is a video to show first. Webonauts Acdaemy sponsored by PBS for Kids helps teach students about safe online behavior. Tech Ed Resources for your Class–Digital Citizenship Curriculum. I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you.
Some are edited and/or written by members of the Ask a Tech Teacher crew. Others, by tech teachers who work with the same publisher I do. All of them, I’ve found well-suited to the task of scaling and differentiating tech skills for age groups, scaffolding learning year-to-year, taking into account the perspectives and norms of all stakeholders, with appropriate metrics to know learning is organic and granular.
Digital Citizenship is Much More Than Internet Safety. Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certified District. Districts across the country have many responsibilities, from ensuring students’ safety to making sure that they are prepared to thrive and learn in the 21st century. An essential component of this is teaching students how to behave safely, participate responsibly, and think critically in our digital world. Digital Citizenship in the Digital Classroom.
Digital Citizenship Project/Resources From The Association of Library Consultants and Coordinators of Ont #edtechbc. How You Can Become a Champion of Digital Citizenship in Your Classroom. My students often travel with me when I lead professional development at conferences. To Teach or Not to Teach? Digital Citizenship in the Elementary Classroom « Technology Leadership. With the never-ending list of things on teachers plates, the last thing teachers want to hear about is another topic they are responsible for teaching. Digital Citizenship and Online Safety Resources. Online Safety & Digital Citizenship from K to 6. As a tech teacher, I consider the most vital part of my job is to teach students how to use technology safely and responsibly. Last year, in my new role as an Instructional Technology Teacher, I have discussed online safety and digital citizenship with most of my classes and assigned activities related to it sporadically throughout the year.
Digital Citizenship Resources. Digital citizenship in the real world: Learning on and off-line civics. Whenever I taught civics, I repeatedly told my classes that I would measure my success as a teacher on how many of them were voting in elections in five years. Of course, I had no way to measure this, but it was one of my most concrete goals of teaching a civics course. The 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship Infographic. Digital access, commerce, communication, literacy and etiquette… What do these words have in common? Well, for starters, they are all components of digital citizenship. In fact, these concepts—and many more—are part of an online code of ethics students need to know about in order to develop and maintain a positive digital footprint and online presence. 4 Global Digital Citizenship Myths—Debunked! #edtechbc.
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