I thought I'd use the topic of Digital Citizenship for my first Pearltree. It's an easy to use content curation tool and I think you should give it a try! Mar 6
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This is a collection of resources that can be used by educators or students regarding the issue of digital citizenship. Note: the questions used here are targeted primarily at high school students, but many of these questions apply to anyone new to the topic. Definitions: "Digital citizenship isn’t just about recognising and dealing with online hazards.
Last week I was asked to give a talk to our high school students about CyberSafety. A yearly talk to remind them about the Internet and their responsibility on it….or that’s how I view it anyway. I was given 5 minutes at an assembly….5 minutes to cover the whole topic of CyberSafety. So the question became how do I make an impact in 5 minutes? I decided that the best way to present what I wanted to say was to do a Pecha-Kucha .