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Images & Stockphotos. Student Wellbeing Hub - Home. Free Music Archive. 18 Incredible Digital Citizenship Web Resources for Teachers. Every teacher can benefit from having some good digital citizenship Web resources available to share with students.

18 Incredible Digital Citizenship Web Resources for Teachers

We like the kinds of tools that will help you help them learn about appropriate and exemplary behaviors in any online environment. As a teacher, you’re in the perfect position to be the best source of digital citizenship development any student could hope for. Tabletop Audio - Ambiences and Music for Tabletop Role Playing Games. Nothing beats the real thing. In the war on fake news, school librarians have a huge role to play - The Verge. Turning Students into Good Digital Citizens. Via The Journal Schools have always been charged with the task of producing good citizens.

Turning Students into Good Digital Citizens

But how has our definition of a “good citizen” changed over the ages? Video Exclusive: Cultural anthropologist Michael Wesch at Kansas State University discusses the tools today’s students need to be good digital citizens. In today’s world of near-ubiquitous connectivity, in which ordinary people have almost instantaneous access to unlimited stores of information and the ability to interact with anyone, anywhere, anytime, what does it mean to be an effective citizen? Using Images - Using Images at University - Library Resource Guides at Charles Sturt University. What is copyright?

Using Images - Using Images at University - Library Resource Guides at Charles Sturt University

The work of others is protected by copyright. Copyright law grants a set of exclusive rights to creators of original works. Copyright law may vary in different countries. GAFE Summit 2016 - Heather Bailie. Digital Literacy + Citizenship - Social Media. How to Search and Attribute Open Source Images the Right Way. How to Take Digital Citizenship Schoolwide During the 2016 17 School Year. Social media and reputation preservation! This week Victorian media has been alive with the news of AFL (Australian Football League) recruit, Jake Carlisle, shown in a social media video where he appears to be snorting a line of white powder.

Social media and reputation preservation!

Leaked to the general media a day after he’d been signed to a new football club, this video actually came from the footballer’s own mobile phone and was distributed via his own SnapChat account. A thoughtless action that has exposed his behaviour to the world and tarnished his reputation forever. How to Encourage and Model Global Citizenship in the Classroom - Global Learning. What are teachers doing to support online learning both locally and globally?

How to Encourage and Model Global Citizenship in the Classroom - Global Learning

When interacting and collaborating with others beyond the immediate classroom, what are expected protocols or norms of behavior, and what are the essential understandings needed to forge working relationships between learners? Julie Lindsay, an education leader in digital technology, online learning, and curriculum across Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, and author of the new book, The Global Educator: Leveraging Technology for Collaborative Learning and Teaching, explores. Please also join us on Twitter next Thursday, July 28, for a special #globaledchat with Julie Lindsay on her new book! Home : Academic honesty and plagiarism. Even Mark Zuckerberg has a crap password. What hope have we mere mortals? Keeping #blogjune pretty – Finding and attributing Creative Commons Images – Linking Learning.

Flickr photo shared by alicejamieson under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC-ND ) license Awesome blog posts communicate on many different levels.

Keeping #blogjune pretty – Finding and attributing Creative Commons Images – Linking Learning

You may have noticed that I am a huge fan of infographics for capturing a lot of information in an appealing way. The saying ‘a picture says a thousand words’ is so true. In any blog post, an image that commands attention, that conveys additional information, sets the tone or lightens up a heavy topic is always worthwhile. However, although we have access to literally millions of images on Google, we don’t own or have permission to just randomly reproduce them.

Although many people are under the misconception that if it is on the internet, it’s free to use, these images are actually owned by their creators, and all rights are reserved unless otherwise stated. So how do you know if the owner of an image is ok with you reproducing it on your blog? When attributing any work, it is best practice to include the following information: Pretty cool? Home. Bully Stoppers. Global Digital Citizen Foundation. Digital Citizenship Archives - TeachThought. Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner. What is Digital Citizenship? NetSafe - Learn. — ikeepsafe.org. Digital Citizenship Program. The Digital Citizen. To be a citizen, of a country brings certain rights and responsibilities.In Rome, a citizen was exempt some taxes, protected against certain punishments, empowered with rights like voting, making contracts, marriage and standing for office.

The Digital Citizen

But with these rights also came responsibilities. The citizen of Rome had to speak Latin, pay taxes, serve jury duty, be registered and identified by birth certificate and census. They also had to up hold social responsibilities and be virtuous. Digital citizenship has similar benefits and responsibilities. A good digital citizen will experience the advantages of the digital world but like a citizen of a nation, they will be identifiable, speak using the appropriate language, serve his or her duty to judge what is appropriate within the laws of the land and ethical behavior, uphold their social responsibilities and be virtuous.

What Your Students Really Need to Know About Digital Citizenship. The greatest software invented for human safety is the human brain. It's time that we start using those brains. We must mix head knowledge with action. In my classroom, I use two essential approaches in the digital citizenship curriculum that I teach: proactive knowledge and experiential knowledge. Proactive Knowledge I want my students to know the "9 Key Ps" of digital citizenship. Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup. The NetSafe Kit for Schools - NetSafe: Cybersafety and Security advice for New Zealand. From text bullying to sexting, student cybersafety issues are popular stories for mass media.

The NetSafe Kit for Schools - NetSafe: Cybersafety and Security advice for New Zealand

At a time when schools are increasingly embracing ICT in learning, such negative perceptions of ICT can hinder schools’ ability to develop 21st Century learners. The NetSafe Kit helps schools to address student cybersafety and support digital citizenship. Following expert consultation, the fourth version of the NetSafe Kit details seven steps required to produce a cybersafe learning environment with digital citizenship at its core. Digital Citizenship can be understood as the skills, knowledge, and values required to be an effective, ethical and safe user of ICT. The deregulated and complex environment produced by the internet means that we can no longer effectively “protect” young people from online challenges.

Cyberbully - Protect your children from online bullying. Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner. Reviews & Age Ratings - Best Movies, Books, Apps, Games for Kids. Jenny Luca - Toorak College Information Fluency Program. Toorak College Information Fluency ProgramCC BY-NC-SAAttribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlikeAt Toorak College the teaching and learning of information fluency skills is embedded in the dissemination of an integrated curriculum.

Jenny Luca - Toorak College Information Fluency Program

The Information Fluency Program recognises the importance of preparing and skilling students to be active, productive and collaborative contributors in an increasingly global society. The Program is based on the standards developed by the International Society for Technology in Education(ISTE®) and compatible with the General Capabilities identified by ACARA (Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority) in the Australian Curriculum. It outlines, at each year level, relevant skills, learning tasks and applications that reflect 21st century learning and living. The Australian Curriculum includes seven general capabilities:

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