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Published on February 28, 2014

Author: fernandezc4

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This is my Digital Citizenship Presentation at ICE Conference 2014.

Digital Citizenship 101 ICE 2014

Digital Citizenship How to teach digital citizenship? Face to Face or Online?

Digital Citizenship Why we created a PD course and how?

Our Course: Digital Citizenship 101  Created in Edmodo.  Created by teachers from all grade levels.  (Elem., Middle, High)  Mission: To expose teachers to free and easy professional development that deals with digital citizenship so they can teach it effectively.

Intro to Digital Citizenship  Introduction to digital citizenship  Teaching digital citizenship  Our students as “digital natives”

Digital Natives  What is a digital native?  What is a digital immigrant?  Are their advantages and disadvantages?

Digital Etiquette  What is digital etiquette?  What is e-mail netiquette?  To text or not to text

Netiquette Core rules to follow:  Rules of communication  Golden Rule  Teaching netiquette at a young age.  Habits to break.  Check List – For your computer.

Connectivity  The need/urge to stay connected.  What is a safe network?  How do students connect to networks?  Online identity  Passwords  Online environment vs. reality

Copyright, Sources, & Plagiarism  Copyright – What it is?  Sources  How to site them?  Good sources v. Bad sources  Plagiarism  Intentional and Accidental.  Creative Commons

Cyberbullying  Comparing cyberbullying with regular bullying.  Recognizing cyberbullying when it happens.  What to do when you encounter cyberbullying?

Social Media  Anonymity within social media.  Disclosing too much in social media.  Moderation with social media.  Repercussions of your behavior within social media  Digital Footprint

Digital Footprint  What is your digital footprint?  How does this apply to everyone.  Making students aware of their “digital footprint” through the teaching of digital citizenship.  You can’t erase your digital footprint.  Don’t let this be your Kryptonite.

Schools, Parents & Supervision  Children should always be supervised no matter the location.  Open line of communication.  Model being a digital citizen.  Expose parents to proper education of digital citizenship. The teaching does not end at school.

Not Just For Kids  Digital Citizenship is not just for students.  Regretful Email  Deleted Facebook Post or Tweet

Experiment Do Not Be Afraid To Fail Be Strategic Have A Plan

Impact of Social Media  What is truly important to students.  Impact of Social Media  A comment can make their day or ruin their month.

Terminology  Digital Footprint  Digital Dossier – a collection of documents about a particular person, event, or subject.  Digital Tattoo  Moral Resume

Digital Certificate  Boost student confidence.  Create a sense of accomplishment.  Create a certificate for students.  Earn a digital citizenship badge.

Curriculum Resources

• Create a digital citizenship strategic plan. • Access lesson, posters, tool kits, videos, assessments and more.

Video Resources Common Sense Media: http://bit.ly/1hb9KTq Go figure 2: http://bit.ly/1aU4Ffk TED X Video http://bit.ly/1m6CaA2 Digital Dossier: http://bit.ly/1aU541t Teaching Digital Citizenship http://bit.ly/1g6hCTk Our Students: http://goo.gl/tkbgVr

 Source - http://mediasmarts.ca/  Lessons plans for teaching digital citizenship K12  Educational games  Current events – Dealing with digital citizenship  Short videos explaining key concepts for students

 Source - http://www.ikeepsafe.org/  Focus:  Teacher professional development videos  Elementary/Secondary curriculum for students.  Educator packets with resources

 Source - http://archive.org/  Focus: 391 Billion Sites - Search for Digital Citizenship. You will find Podcasts, Lessons, Sites and so much more.

 Link - http://www.netsmartz.org/Parents  Focus – Has videos and presentations  Great resources that can also be shared with parents.

Carlos Fernandez Twitter: @Fernandezc4 Professional Development: AcademyLion.com Blog: FishingForEdTech.com Demo Digital Citizenship Course for Educators http://pdcms.academylion.com

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