Yet, despite the overabundance of resources, issues surrounding online safety and how to teach digital citizenship are a major concern. According to the National Cyber Security Alliance 2011 K-12 study of cybersafety, while ...
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Is is the teacher's role to teach digital citizenship or the parents? Great article that presents up-to-date statistics as of August 2014 plus the bonus of a video of Danah Boyd, author of It’s Complicated: the social lives of networked teens, presenting at FOSI 2013.
We found Common Sense Media, a website with a significant amount of resources on a wide variety of "Digital Citizenship" topics, and this fall will start the 3rd year of its use.It is steadily becoming part of the culture of our ...
VTrendlines: Education is best way to address sexting BurlingtonFreePress.com The task of raising safe, respectful and competent digital citizens begins as soon as children first start using digital devices.
"It’s a simple little prop I use when teaching Digital Citizenship to our pK-12 Aurora Huskies students, but I think it sends a powerful message. I love utilizing props to try to get my point across to students and thought that creating a kit full of props would be a great way to reinforce a very important topic in our schools."
“ Using educationally appropriate online tools with students opens up a world of possibilities for engaging them in leaning experiences that incorporate the 4 C's; communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.”
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)