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Musings on Digital Citizenship

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Citizenship is defined as belonging to a space or place and obeying the laws and regulations that govern it. BUT WHAT IS DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP? Whilst the laws, social nuances and societal values tha...

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Digital Citizenship - Piktochart Infographics

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Developing Digital Literacy Through Content Curation

Developing Digital Literacy Through Content Curation | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
With the vast amount of content that is shared on the Internet, content curation is becoming an essential digital literacy skill for teachers and students.

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When to Give Your Child a Smartphone by Jill Anderson

When to Give Your Child a Smartphone by Jill Anderson | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
The decision has less to do with age and more to do with laying the groundwork for responsible use

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The new project helping parents develop their kids' emotional resilience

The new project helping parents develop their kids' emotional resilience | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Education Desty, a software development start-up is rolling out mentors in schools to get children to use its programme.
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Modeling and Teaching Good Digital Citizenship

Modeling and Teaching Good Digital Citizenship | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
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Working with your students on the complexities of being a good digital citizen is an increasingly important component of guiding the next generation. There are all kinds of nuanced definitions out there, but I like this one from TeachThought: “the self-monitored habits that sustain and improve the digital communities you enjoy or depend on.” 

 Common Sense Education describes the topics to prepare students as follows: Internet Safety Digital Footprints and Reputation Privacy and Security Self-Image and Identity Relationships and Communication Information Literacy Cyberbullying and Digital Drama Creative Credit and Copyright I definitely recommend you check out their excellent resources and lessons for specific approaches. For example, you could use this this short animation to introduce to your students the topics of copyright as well as the rights and responsibilities they have as creators in the digital space.
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Body Language - Lessons in Digital Literacy

Body Language - Lessons in Digital Literacy | digital citizenship | Scoop.it

In this lesson students will find out about body language and its impact on communications. They will have the opportunity to try to use body language and they will carry out online research to find out how well people consciously understand body language.


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use this lesson plan to help your students understand and control teir body language when they communicate.

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Media Literacy Booster Pack

Media Literacy Booster Pack | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
This collection of resources offers tools to tackle eight media literacy challenges, evaluating information to leveraging your role.

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This depicts how media literacy can be embraced. 
By the use of media to learn, 
even better understanding of concepts by students will take place.
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This article helps give more insight on how to be media literate and what media literacy means 
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Digital  Learning Day

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Digital learning is any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a student’s learning experience.
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Control Your Phone. Don't Let It Control You. | Common Sense Media

Control Your Phone. Don't Let It Control You. | Common Sense Media | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Tips for using your device intentionally and being a great digital role model Advice from Common Sense Media editors.
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Get Rid of Excuses and Get Ahead @coolcatteacher

Get Rid of Excuses and Get Ahead @coolcatteacher | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
“ A fictional account of what happened in Daniel captured my interest tonight. Taken from the book Agents of Babylon by David Jeremiah, on page 169, the fictionalized Daniel talks about the peace in the districts he manages and says, “Unrest always has an underlying — and often legitimate — cause… it serves us well as […]”
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Twelve Games to Teach Students Social-Emotional Learning

Twelve Games to Teach Students Social-Emotional Learning | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Help students develop their social and emotional skills with these games.

Before Playworks, Leonard’s angry outbursts required two teachers’ attention to keep everyone around him safe and to calm him down. With Playworks Coach Shayla’s introduction of social and emotional skills through play, Leonard learned to manage his anger and was able to join the fun.

At Playworks, we create a place for every kid on the playground to feel included, be active, and build valuable social and emotional skills. Here are some of the games and activities our coaches use to make recess fun for all students.

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What You Can Do to Disrupt the Criminalization of Students of Color :: ASCED

What You Can Do to Disrupt the Criminalization of Students of Color :: ASCED | digital citizenship | Scoop.it

"The unjust criminalization of black and Latino children does not stop at the schoolhouse door. Rather than accepting the status quo, become a part of the solution by having courageous conversations, managing classrooms better, and employing restorative justice."


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Data Visualization Google+ Hangouts

Data Visualization Google+ Hangouts | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Live, online seminars with scientists that explore data visualizations about global change.
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10 Apps Teens are Using that Parents Need to Know

10 Apps Teens are Using that Parents Need to Know | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Not all social apps are bad. Most of the apps our kids use are truly an extension of your child's "real world" social life. For the most part, our kids talk to people they only talk to in "real life." With the influence of technology in our kids social lives, we can't panic or over…

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There are ways to make schools safer and teachers stronger—but they don’t involve guns

There are ways to make schools safer and teachers stronger—but they don’t involve guns | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
There are many things we can do to make our schools safer, but arming teachers isn't one of them.
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Social Media Use 2018: Demographics and Statistics | Pew Research Center

Social Media Use 2018: Demographics and Statistics | Pew Research Center | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Facebook and YouTube dominate the social media landscape. But younger Americans, especially those ages 18 to 24, stand out in using a variety of platforms like
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Keep Calm and Log On by Gillian Andrews

I'm writing a guide to surviving — and even thriving — in a time of technological revolution. This book will help you and your family: • cultivate your digital security "victory garden" like the vegetable gardens our forebears grew during the World Wars • understand how we got "fake news" and how...
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The Power of Stories: Why We Need More Than Facts to Win

The Power of Stories: Why We Need More Than Facts to Win | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
''You cannot take away someone's story without giving them a new one.''

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Smartphone Detox: How Teens Can Power Down In A Wired World | MindShift | KQED News

Smartphone Detox: How Teens Can Power Down In A Wired World | MindShift | KQED News | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
If the Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov were alive today, what would he say about smartphones? He might not think of them as phones at all, but instead as remarkable tools for understanding how technology can manipulate our brains.

Pavlov’s own findings — from experiments he did more than a century ago, involving food, buzzers and slobbering dogs — offer key insights into why our phones have become almost an extension of our bodies, modern researchers say. The findings also provide clues to how we can break our dependence.

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Public Policy Approaches to Violence Prevention: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief

Public Policy Approaches to Violence Prevention: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Download a PDF of "Public Policy Approaches to Violence Prevention" by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for free.
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How to spot a bot and what to do about it

How to spot a bot and what to do about it | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Here's how to figure out if a Twitter account is actually a bot, and then how to block the bot.
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New Strategies to Get Kids to Create Media, Not Just Consume It | Common Sense Media

New Strategies to Get Kids to Create Media, Not Just Consume It | Common Sense Media | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
As soon as kids start talking, it's great to get them to tell stories. For younger kids, encourage them to narrate their activities as they build, climb, and pretend by asking questions such as, "What are you building? Who will use it? Tell me about your adventure!" There are also apps that let kids record their stories as they play. With older kids, some will naturally put pencil to paper, but others take a bit more prodding. For those kids, digital book creation can make their writing process feel more grown-up and tangible. Having a real audience also shows kids that their writing can matter, so tweens and teens can use sites and apps where they can share creations, and they can even riff off their obsessions in the form of fan fiction. Finally, if your tween or teen has strong opinions about issues or interesting people in their lives, they can use tools to document and share those stories, too.

 

Lots of great tools in this article. -JL


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4 Ways to Get Skeptics to Embrace Social-Emotional Learning

4 Ways to Get Skeptics to Embrace Social-Emotional Learning | digital citizenship | Scoop.it

"An increasing number of school districts are incorporating social-emotional learning into or alongside instruction, thanks to a growing awareness of its importance for students. But within school communities, there are still families, teachers, and school leaders who think social-emotional learning is not the job of educators. Some school leaders simply don’t feel they have the time to cover issues around students’ relationships, well-being, and motivation in addition to schoolwork. There is a constant push and pull between those who believe SEL is necessary and those who want schools to focus solely on academics.

"Here’s the reality: Schools no longer have a choice but to take on social-emotional learning. For too many years, the focus has been on standardized testing and international comparisons of student performance with little attention given to helping students deal with the trauma they experience. At the same time, as research around trauma’s effects on learning has grown, there has been an increasing awareness of how important it is for educators to support students who suffer from trauma.

"Here are four ways teachers and school leaders can truly embrace social-emotional learning to set examples for their communities:"


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Is social media causing childhood depression?

Do children spend too much time online and does social media use make them anxious and unhappy?
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A Parent's Ultimate Guide to YouTube

A Parent's Ultimate Guide to YouTube | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
How to enjoy YouTube with your kids without feeling overwhelmed and confused. Advice from Common Sense Media editors.
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Urban Advantage

Urban Advantage | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
The program provides professional development for teachers; equipment and supplies for schools; and field trips and vouchers for students, families, teachers, and administrators.
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