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20 Basic Rules For Digital Citizenship

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The definition of digital citizenship has to do with the quality of behaviors that impact the quality of digital content and communities.

To help clarify what that “quality” can look like, knowthenet.org.uk put together the following infographic framed around Dos and Don’ts. While seemingly written for a more general audience than students and educators, the thinking is sound, including “Treat others they way you want to be treated,” “Don’t forget the human behind the screen,” “Listen first, talk later,” and “Use proper grammar.” (Yes, please do.)

Overall it’s a bit basic, but it does take the important step of moving beyond rhetoric to offer concrete tips to realize the idea.

20 Basic Rules For Digital Citizenship


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7 Characteristics Of A Digitally Competent Teacher - te@chthought

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"The following infographic from dailygenius.com makes sense, then, in that context of being able to sketch out what might be required of a digitally-savvy and competent teacher. (You can give dailygenius a follow on twitter as well."

 


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Jorge Leal's curator insight, June 14, 4:31 AM

Great list...!

Dean Mantz's curator insight, June 24, 3:05 PM

Thanks to John Evans for sharing this infographic posted by Teachthought regarding the characteristics of a digitally competent teacher. 

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Office Mix - mix your presentations

Office Mix - mix your presentations | The social librarian | Scoop.it

Turn your PowerPoint presentation into an interactive online lesson. We call this a mix. Everything you need to create and share your mix is included. Add audio and video of yourself giving your presentation, write on slides as you talk to them, insert quizzes, practice exercises, and more – all from within PowerPoint. It’s like a screencast, but better. All you need is Office 2013 and the free Office Mix add-in.


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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, May 10, 10:26 AM

The new Microsoft PowerPoint add-in Office Mix is now available to everyone. It is going to raise your lessons to a new level, what with all the interactive elements you can add to your presentation and audience response possibilities.

The add-in works on Office 365 and PowerPoint 2013.

Joyce Valenza's curator insight, May 15, 5:32 AM

Looks interesting, but cannot test on my Mac!

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Salman Khan: The Value of Self-Paced Learning

Salman Khan: The Value of Self-Paced Learning | The social librarian | Scoop.it
There are two layers to self-paced learning, from a Khan Academy point of view. One is the videos that students can watch at their own pace, and there’s also the exercise portion which the students get to complete at their own pace.
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I know of many students who, for some reason or another, miss out on quite a bit of schooling over the years and as a result, fall behind in subjects such as English and maths, both of which are quite difficult to pick up if you miss out on the basics. Maths in particular is very difficult to pick up if you have missed out on several basic steps along the way.I love the idea of the Khan Academy as it allows students to learn at their own pace and become masters of a topic before they move on to the next.
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20 Basic Rules For Digital Citizenship

20 Basic Rules For Digital Citizenship | The social librarian | Scoop.it

The definition of digital citizenship has to do with the quality of behaviors that impact the quality of digital content and communities.

To help clarify what that “quality” can look like, knowthenet.org.uk put together the following infographic framed around Dos and Don’ts. While seemingly written for a more general audience than students and educators, the thinking is sound, including “Treat others they way you want to be treated,” “Don’t forget the human behind the screen,” “Listen first, talk later,” and “Use proper grammar.” (Yes, please do.)

Overall it’s a bit basic, but it does take the important step of moving beyond rhetoric to offer concrete tips to realize the idea.

20 Basic Rules For Digital Citizenship


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Four Ways to Move from ‘School World’ to ‘Real World’ - Mind/Shift

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Knowledge has become increasingly abundant, giving educators the opportunity to make the school world look more like the real world.

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5 Tips for Classroom Management with Mobile Devices

5 Tips for Classroom Management with Mobile Devices | The social librarian | Scoop.it
Classroom management is a challenging skill which I consistently strive to improve on a regular basis. Often, people believe that managing a classroom that has employed technology requires a whole new approach and skill set. However, I have found that many traditional methods of classroom management readily translate to the technological rich schoolroom – with some slight modification.
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How To Tackle Digital Citizenship During The First 5 Days Of School - Edudemic

How To Tackle Digital Citizenship During The First 5 Days Of School - Edudemic | The social librarian | Scoop.it
Digital citizenship is not a one time discussion. It is an ongoing process that needs to be taught to all grade levels and to all stakeholders.

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A day by day program on how to tackle digital citizenship from the first day of school. (Click on graphic)

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, August 19, 2013 8:20 PM

The first weeks of school are dedicated to teaching the basics. You show kids specifically how to act in the classroom. It's also the time to show them specifically how to be responsible digital citizens. 

Carol Ann Frey Reinagel's curator insight, August 20, 2013 10:46 AM

So important to address this first and foremost!

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Can I download music and videos from YouTube? Am I breaking copyright law?

Can I download music and videos from YouTube? Am I breaking copyright law? | The social librarian | Scoop.it

New Zealand educators should note these helpful guidelines.


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Note these guidelines. Don't get caught out.

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