Digital Citizenship Using Visual Metaphors While Digital Citizenship Week has come and gone it's important to keep the conversations going. If you missed Digital Citizenship week it's never too late to get started. Here's a practical hands on tool kit shared on Craig Bandura's blog he calls The Digital Citizenship Survival Kit. It's an excellent way to use physical prompts and metaphorical thinking to help kids understand how to behave ethically online. While Craig uses this kit with students in kindergarten through Grade 8 it'll work well with students of any age. I've included Craig's original list of items and a few other suggested by people who commented on his blog. The Digital Citizenship Survival Kit Padlock: Padlocks are used to secure the stuff kids keep in their lockers. Toothbrush: In the same way you wouldn't share your toothbrush with someone else, don't share your passwords. Permanent Marker: Remember that what you "write" online stays online. Bar of Soap: Try to keep it "clean" online.
Adventure Games Copyright © 2001-2017 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. All rights reserved. Animated Characters Excluding Tera Copyright © 2000-2017 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. conceptioncurriculaire - home Helping Students Create Positive Digital Footprints - ASCD Annual Conference 2012 Christine Fisher When asked what words come to mind when they think about students posting to the Internet, many educators list words like danger and safety. But with the likes of Robert Nay—who created one of the most downloaded iPad apps of 2011 when he was just 14—and even Justin Bieber—who began his international superstardom as a YouTube sensation—as inspiration, students and teachers alike should know the positives that posting to the Internet can offer. This was the message Steve Johnson, a technology skills teacher, parent, and author of two education books, shared during his Saturday session, "Digital Footprints: Your Students' New First Impression." "The main idea we get from surveying teachers [about students posting online] is there [are] a lot of negative connotations," Johnson said, as he aimed to reverse these negative perceptions and encourage educators to promote student-produced online content in their classrooms. "They are going to make mistakes," he said.
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