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  • Russell先生のアバター
    At first some students seem overwhelmed with the implications of digital citizenship, but implementing the instructional strategies and using the instructional tools in this resource help to make the concepts clear. The acquisition of this information early in a student's career is key to success and safety during his or her student career.
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    Dear Fellow Educators!

    We are doing some pioneering work in India to spread the awareness on Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity among schools. We recently succeeded in getting the 1st school in India to include Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity in the mainstream curriculum of grades 6th and above ( http://edtechreview.in/trends-insights/insigh... )

    Please find attached some resources developed by my team - a presentation for students, a curriculum framework for Indian schools, and Table of Contents & Chapter-1 from India's only book on Digital Citizenship "Become an iMature Student" authored by myself.

    Your feedback would be highly appreciated. Please feel free the use the resources in your class! :)
    Dear Fellow Educators!

    We are doing some pioneering work in India to spread the awareness on Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity among schools. We recently succeeded in getting the 1st school in India to include Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity in the mainstream curriculum of grades 6th and above ( http://edtechreview.in/trends-insights/insigh... )

    Please find attached some resources...
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    • Pandey先生 - Thanks a lot for your encouraging words :) Its unfortunate that Amazon Australia doesn't sell the books published thru CreateSpace (their own service!). But the solution is simple. We can ship to you the Indian edition of the book. Even with shipping it will cost you approximately the same as the list price of book on Amazon US. Please drop me a test mail at raghu@ibranch.in so that I could send you the e-invoice.

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    • Rounsley先生 - As our county moves to a Bring Your Own Device model of instruction, we are using Digital Citizenship to prepare our students for working safely and responsibily online.

      • 2015年 5月 26日
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    As our county moves to a Bring Your Own Device model of instruction, we are using Digital Citizenship to prepare our students for working safely and responsibily online.
    • Stange先生 - I think we are all going to have to face the reality (and opportunities) of BYOD. Digital citizenship is a critical outcome of our curriculum now.

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  • Jhaveri先生のアバター
    My role as the technology integrationist at our school, has inspired me to become a Common Sense Media, Certified Educator. At a time where we are moving towards paper-less classrooms and the cloud, digital safety has to be integrated fully into all subjects and can no longer be ignored. Encouraging learners to consider the impact of their digital footprint and choice of words online, is also why I chose to apply for this.
    As the integrationist, I interact with all members of our school community regularly and discuss the importance of digital safety and positive use of technology. Resources and lessons from Common Sense Media have aided and been a big part of this discussion.
    Even as an ESL teacher, the resources available have made it possible for second language English learners to understand relevant concepts such as plagiarism and online identity.
    My role as the technology integrationist at our school, has inspired me to become a Common Sense Media, Certified Educator. At a time where we are moving towards paper-less classrooms and the cloud, digital safety has to be integrated fully into all subjects and can no longer be ignored. Encouraging learners to consider the impact of their digital footprint and choice of words online, is also why I chose to apply for this.
    As the integrationist, I interact with all members of our school community regularly and discuss the importance of digital safety and positive use...
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    • Sieras先生 - Thank you for sharing. How can I be a Common Sense Media Certified Educator? Can you please share a link for this certification. Thank you.

      • 2015年 5月 26日
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      • Sullivan先生 - The Common Sense Certified Educator Program recognizes the incredible work you're doing to ensure students are safe, respectful and responsible online so they can thrive in today's digital landscape. You can find more information and the link to apply at: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/ce... And please post any questions you have!

        • 2015年 5月 26日
      • Sieras先生 - Thank you very much.

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      • Tuggle先生 - With my students becoming increasingly plugged in and digital, I am always looking for creative ways to teach them about becoming responsible digital citizens. I am currently using Digital Passport across fifth grade and my students are engaged and learning! In addition to Digital Passport, I utilize a variety of Common Sense Media lessons and videos in grades K-4 and 6th grade. I am excited to explore Digital Compass and see what it has to offer. This year I used a variety of videos to teach my 6th graders about social media. I also co-hosted a 6th grade parent night もっと...
        • 2015年 5月 26日
    • Pieters先生 - Parent involvement is indeed key to achieving internet maturity. I am currently developing an e-learning platform that aims to achieve this in school communities. I am most interested what parents needs are to feel connected to this relatively new topic.

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    With my students becoming increasingly plugged in and digital, I am always looking for creative ways to teach them about becoming responsible digital citizens. I am currently using Digital Passport across fifth grade and my students are engaged and learning! In addition to Digital Passport, I utilize a variety of Common Sense Media lessons and videos in grades K-4 and 6th grade. I am excited to explore Digital Compass and see what it has to offer. This year I used a variety of videos to teach my 6th graders about social media. I also co-hosted a 6th grade parent night with our local sheriff's office to begin a conversation with the parents about digital citizenship and how their kids can stay safe online. I am hoping our school can become a Common Sense Media certified school and that certification will increase parent understanding and support of digital citizenship. I am curious to know what benefits certified schools have experienced. Does it lead to increased parent involvement?
    With my students becoming increasingly plugged in and digital, I am always looking for creative ways to teach them about becoming responsible digital citizens. I am currently using Digital Passport across fifth grade and my students are engaged and learning! In addition to Digital Passport, I utilize a variety of Common Sense Media lessons and videos in grades K-4 and 6th grade. I am excited to explore Digital Compass and see what it has to offer. This year I used a variety of videos to teach my 6th graders about social media. I also co-hosted a 6th grade parent night...
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    • Pieters先生 - Parent involvement is indeed key to achieving internet maturity. I am currently developing an e-learning platform that aims to achieve this in school communities. I am most interested what parents needs are to feel connected to this relatively new topic.

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  • Crensahw先生のアバター
    With the pace that technology is moving, I was looking for a way to create a dialogue with students about the importance of becoming responsible digital citizens. After two years of teaching computers to emotionally impaired students in grades 2-10, I found that having them search information and create Power Points on the topic really wasn't getting the job done. Since finding the Common Sense Media lessons, and implementing them into my classroom, I feel that the students are finally getting the chance to discuss and understand how important it is to be responsible for what they choose to post online. I hope to share these lessons earlier in the school year next year and revisit them periodically as we progress through the year to reinforce the importance of the lessons.
    With the pace that technology is moving, I was looking for a way to create a dialogue with students about the importance of becoming responsible digital citizens. After two years of teaching computers to emotionally impaired students in grades 2-10, I found that having them search information and create Power Points on the topic really wasn't getting the job done. Since finding the Common Sense Media lessons, and implementing them into my classroom, I feel that the students are finally getting the chance to discuss and understand how important it is to be responsible...
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  • Clark先生のアバター
    My passion for empowering students is what truly inspired me to implement a digital citizenship curriculum in my school and become Common Sense Media certified. I believe that developing digital citizenship is essential for students to be able to use technology and digital tools in a way that fosters collaboration and enhances their learning, as well as the foundation for effective 21st century skills.
  • Sullivan先生のアバター
    Whether you've been teaching digital citizenship all year or planning to get started next fall, it's important to remember to "talk with students, not at them when it comes to digital citizenship." So many of you have posted about using lessons to engage your students in conversations around the issues they are facing in their digital world. I thought this article was a great reminder to do just that- engage and listen! Author Craig Badura also provides some fantastic resources!

    How have you engaged your students on this subject? What tips can you provide educators just beginning to integrate digital citizenship in their classrooms?
    Whether you've been teaching digital citizenship all year or planning to get started next fall, it's important to remember to "talk with students, not at them when it comes to digital citizenship." So many of you have posted about using lessons to engage your students in conversations around the issues they are facing in their digital world. I thought this article was a great reminder to do just that- engage and listen! Author Craig Badura also provides some fantastic resources!

    How have you engaged your students on this subject? What tips can...
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  • Daspit先生のアバター
    I'm looking for digital citizenship curriculum for K-5 teachers to employ in their classroom... students will have 1:1 chromebooks or could use in a station rotation model. Must be self-guided with little teacher face-to-face instruction and some data to track student progress. Can anyone recommend something?
    • Wooten先生 - Have you considered Comnon Sense Media? Their resources are great! They are age appropriate and if you all have iPads they have the curriculum in iBooks!

      • 2015年 5月 22日
  • Boyer先生のアバター
    Hi, I work as Technology Resource Teacher in Loudoun County, VA. I have teamed up with our school media specialist to implement the Common Sense Media K-12 curriculum to our 1st and 3rd grade students. These lessons have generated fantastic discussions with the students about ways in which they use technology at home, experiences with private and personal information, and cyberbullying. I feel that the curriculum has provided students with new awareness and strategies to be digitally literate and safe in online environments. We look forward to implementing new lessons next school year.
    Hi, I work as Technology Resource Teacher in Loudoun County, VA. I have teamed up with our school media specialist to implement the Common Sense Media K-12 curriculum to our 1st and 3rd grade students. These lessons have generated fantastic discussions with the students about ways in which they use technology at home, experiences with private and personal information, and cyberbullying. I feel that the curriculum has provided students with new awareness and strategies to be digitally literate and safe in online environments. We look forward to implementing new lessons next...
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