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Digital Citizenship

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Connect with other educators to discuss best practices and tips for teaching students about digital citizenship. Check out the Collection area for the Digital Citizenship Starter Kit!
幼儿园 - 十二年级
  • Sullivan小姐的虚拟化身

    This question was recently raised on another community and I would love to get your thoughts: What is your experience with taking the digital citizenship webinars for professional development? Did you have any complaints or concerns? Positive or negative experiences? Very helpful or not as helpful? Do you have ideas to share for other digital citizenship professional development opportunities online? Thank you for your help with this discussion!

  • Alvayay女士的虚拟化身

    We start using Edmodo in my school in Gr3. I am wondering if any of you use it that young, and if so, what avatars do you allow your students to have. I ask them to use the avatar creating feature in order to practice staying safe while online, but other teachers I work with disagree and allow them to have pictures of pets, or even themselves...
    What are your thoughts?

    • Archambeau女士
      Archambeau女士 说2016年 4月 29日

      Yes, and I have also used in 2nd grade successfully. Students and parents love it! Just make sure to teach expectations and model using each area

  • Collins小姐的虚拟化身

    Working on my Digital Citizenship Application for my school. Has any one else done this? If so, what are your recommendations? We currently are using the Common Sense Information-Digital Bytes and Digital Compass.

  • Hannah Kulic的虚拟化身

    This year was my first year teaching in the middle school setting. My teaching position was restructured for this year, allowing my course to focus on Technology skills for our digital learners. In helping our students become digital citizens of our online world, I used resources from Common Sense Education. I have absolutely loved everything the website has to offer. Most recently, I have been exploring the attached link, in preparation as the school district I work for will be transitioning 1-to-1 within the the next 16 months.

  • katherine collins的虚拟化身

    I used Common Sense Media's resources to support digital citizenship among 5th with their 1:1 laptops. I highly suggest using Nearpod in an environment like this.

  • Pieters先生的虚拟化身

    14 minute presentation I gave at the EdTech Review conference in Delhi on my 3tiered (student, parents & teachers) digital citizenship program that encourages discussion and uses the numerous quality resources available worldwide.

  • Sullivan小姐的虚拟化身

    What does it mean to YOU to be a digital citizenship leader?

    Hear from your fellow educators: http://www.bamradionetwork.com/edtechchat/381...

  • Men小姐的虚拟化身

    After finishing few lessons on digital citizenship with Grade 4, I realized that there's so much that our students need to understand about online safety. This is the second year I am teaching how to become good digital citizens. In between the lessons, we had a very good conversation and some real life examples were shared. This is definitely an important topic which should be a part of curriculum in every school. Thank you!

  • Hamilton先生的虚拟化身

    Good morning. For those who have not seen it, http://www.newsela.com is a fantastic resource for all subjects. This site compiles well-written news articles from various sources around the world. It is a great tool to engage students in non-fiction text related to core themes and topics of discussion in your classroom. Additionally, you can assign quizzes, short-answer response questions, and track student progress through Lexile measurement (the software does all of this for you). I use it as a Bellringer (opening engagement) opportunity in many cases, since the reading can be adjusted by each student to meet his/her ability level. I am also using this article database as a method for introducing solid research and annotation practices for use in a synthesis essay. Check it out!

    Good morning. For those who have not seen it, http://www.newsela.com is a fantastic resource for all subjects. This site compiles well-written news articles from various sources around the world. It is a great tool to engage students in non-fiction text related to core themes and topics of discussion in your classroom. Additionally, you can assign quizzes, short-answer response questions, and track student progress through Lexile measurement (the software does all of this for you). I use...

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  • Johanneson女士的虚拟化身

    Does anyone have a fun, unique project they use in their middle school classroom that reinforces the concept of copyrights and copyright infringement? I know there are a few interactive sites, but I am looking for an actual project (preferably not a WebQuest).

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