Fostering Responsible Digital Citizenship
January 24, 2017 ♦ 7:00pm - 8:30pm ET
Moderators: Paula Deal, Gretchen Sting, and Melissa Henning
Session Description: To be successful in today's ever-changing global marketplace, both students and teachers must be skilled digital citizens. Even students and teachers who are comfortable using technology in a range of areas may not be using it appropriately or effectively. Learn Mike Ribble's nine elements of digital citizenship and how to incorporate them in the classroom. Understand where to find copyright-friendly resources and how to have engaging conversations with your students about this important topic. Discover places to find digital citizenship curriculum. Explore strategies, resources, and best practices for weaving these core workplace readiness skills into the core curriculum and throughout the day. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.
OK2Ask are hands-on exploratory workshops, not sit & gets. We highly recommend that you attend using a computer with an updated browser (Chrome or Edge). Those attending on mobile devices may not be able to fully participate and therefore may not receive a certificate. You are welcome to join us on a mobile device, but this may jeopardize your ability to receive CEUs.
As a result of this session teachers will:
- Learn the nine elements of digital citizenship;
- Discuss strategies for weaving digital citizenship skills into the curriculum;
- Explore copyright-friendly resources; and
- Begin creating a lesson plan for teaching one aspect of digital citizenship.
Applicable ISTE-T Standards (2008)*: 3C; 4A; 4C
* The text of these standards is copyrighted. Please read the full text at ISTE’s NETS-T page.
Archive Recording: The session archive can be found here.
Certificates: The certificates for this session were emailed Monday, 2/13/17 @ 10:23 AM to registrants that actively participated in all required tasks throughout the session and completed the session evaluation survey within 1 week.