Digital Citizenship

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  • Mrs. B's avatar
    Teacher friends - I need your help please. I have to decide on my Kindle book title. I'm particularly undecided about the 'K-12' as my audience will be global and not just the US. UK teachers - for example - might be put off by the use of 'grades' rather than 'years'. Suggestions most welcome.
    Global Online Projects K-12
    Global Online Projects for All Ages
    Collaborative Online Projects K-12
    Collaborative Online Projects for All Ages
    The subtitle for all is 'The Educators' Quickstart Guide'.
    Is it clear what the book offers?
    Feedback much appreciated. Thanks for your help.
    Teacher friends - I need your help please. I have to decide on my Kindle book title. I'm particularly undecided about the 'K-12' as my audience will be global and not just the US. UK teachers - for example - might be put off by the use of 'grades' rather than 'years'. Suggestions most welcome.
    Global Online Projects K-12
    Global Online Projects for All Ages
    Collaborative Online Projects K-12
    Collaborative Online Projects for All Ages
    The subtitle for all is 'The Educators' Quickstart Guide'.
    Is...
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    • Mrs. B - Thanks Mrs Osborne. The consensus seems to be 'ages' rather than specific grade levels. Would love to hear from others too. Thanks so much for taking the time.

      • Aug 1, 2015
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      • Chef Carrie Snyder-Renfro - I agree

        • Aug 1, 2015
      • Ms. Hart - Maybe it should just be, "Global Online Projects" since your subtitle describes your audience (Educators).

        • Yesterday
    • Ms. Sullivan - Help kids leave a positive digital footprint with these teacher-curated tools! Have you used any of these tools to tech digital citizenship? Would you add to this list?

      • Jul 30, 2015
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    Help kids leave a positive digital footprint with these teacher-curated tools! Have you used any of these tools to tech digital citizenship? Would you add to this list?
  • Mrs. Eatherton's avatar
    Responsibility and accountability are important components in 21st century learning, particularly when teaching digital content. Being responsible when accessing and using all of the digital information out there is an area that our students need more direct instruction. I am motivated to teach my students values and appropriate usage this next year.
  • Mr. Sadredin's avatar
    Digital literacy does not mean providing our kids with the latest technology.As soon as we hand them the device we are responsible to teach them all the pros and cons.
    • Ms. Sullivan - Totally agree! We should help them see and take advantage of all the opportunities while avoiding the perils of the current digital landscape. How are you teaching the pros and cons? Any tips?

      • Jul 28, 2015
  • Dr. Isom's avatar
    It is important to become a digitally certified teacher in order to be able to better present to students the importance of being a digital citizen. One has to be able to "Walk the Talk." Students in our facilities may have never been taught how to become a good digital citizen. It is our responsibility to be able to prepare students how to be successful in the current digital world in all digital formats. Positive digital citizenship may be the difference between being hired and / or fired by a potential or current employer. In essence, digital citizenship becomes part of the "soft skills" all students should learn.
    It is important to become a digitally certified teacher in order to be able to better present to students the importance of being a digital citizen. One has to be able to "Walk the Talk." Students in our facilities may have never been taught how to become a good digital citizen. It is our responsibility to be able to prepare students how to be successful in the current digital world in all digital formats. Positive digital citizenship may be the difference between being hired and / or fired by a potential or current employer. In essence, digital citizenship becomes...
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  • Ms. Strong's avatar
    I believe that digital citizenship is the way to go. Students should be responsible for having good citizenship and technology is their way of life.
  • Mrs. Lozada's avatar
    Digital citizenship is important because our whole world is going digital, and everyone needs to know how to "behave". Jobs and social life incorporate digital media all the time, and poor citizenship - or ignorance of proper digital etiquette - can hold one back from professional growth or even social relationships.
  • Mr. Moten's avatar
    We are in a digital world today, We all need to be responsible with information that we give and receive. Teaching in institutions is even more challenging. We have to make sure student are using the technology correctly and not causing harm to anyone.
  • Mr. Phillips's avatar
    It is important in the classroom and out of the classroom. Good citizenship simplifies life.
  • Ms. Schopen's avatar
    Technology is the way our students interact with the world. While they are students at our facilities so far keep them at a disadvantage because we restrict technology almost completely. By becoming a digital citizenship teacher hopefully I can add to the skills in their tool box so that when they leave the are more confident, prepared, and thus more successful. By teaching them in the classroom, we are giving the means to be more responsible and aware when they leave.
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Kindergarten - 12th