If you’re like me, you understand that one of your most important roles as an educator is helping your students become good citizens.
No matter where we live in the world, we want kids coming through our school systems to come out and be safe, responsible, ethical members of society.
Well, now things have changed. We don’t only want students to be good citizens of their physical spaces and geographic regions, but now we’re all global citizens, connecting with people all over the world through digital means.
- 2-5 hours to complete
- Certificate of Completion
Because of the digital world we live in, we need to be thinking:
- What does citizenship look like when we take it online?
- How should we interact as educators, administrators, and educational leaders to model responsible Digital Citizenship to our students?
- What is it that learners need to know when it comes to online citizenship?
During this course, we’ll be exploring digital citizenship in the classroom, helping students understand the impacts of technology, and looking at examples of ethical, responsible, and safe technology usage.
Everyone — teachers, administrators, students — need to understand and practice good Digital Citizenship. I hope you’ll join me in this important learning.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this course:
Welcome to Digital Citizenship
Meet your instructor & learn what to expect in this course.
Understanding Digital Citizenship
In this lesson we’ll learn about Mike Ribble’s Nine Elements framework and look at ISTE’s NETS Standards, which lay out benchmarks for students, teachers and administrators around becoming a good digital citizen.
Digital Citizenship in the Classroom
In this module, you’ll learn about the most effective ways to nurture good digital citizens.
Helping Students Understand Technology’s Impacts
Technology’s impact on lives today spans a multitude of areas. Understanding these impacts is important to developing good digital citizenship.
Ethical, Responsible and Safe Technology Usage
Understanding how to locate, access, and evaluate content for accuracy is an important skill for digital literate citizens. We will deepen understanding in digital literacy in this lesson.
Master Digital Citizenship with your students.
Help your students understand ethical, responsible, and safe technology usage.
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About The Instructor
Course Instructor, Powerful Learning Practice co-founder & CEOSheryl is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Powerful Learning Practice, where she works with schools and districts from across the United States and around the world to re-envision their learning cultures and communities. She also consults with governments, school districts and non-profits that are integrating online communities and networks into their professional learning initiatives, including the US Department of Education’s Future Ready Leaders initiative; Alberta, Canada Initiative for School Improvement’s (AISI) online community of practice; and Victoria, Australia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s literacy coach community. Sheryl is a sought-after presenter at national and international events, speaking on topics of 21st Century reform, teacher and educational leadership, community building, and educational issues impacting marginalized populations such as the homeless. She is an advisor to the U.S. Department of Education’s Connected Educators initiative and a leader in the annual worldwide Connected Educator Month. She currently serves on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Board of Directors. Sheryl served on the New Media Consortium’s 2012 Horizon.K12 Report Advisory Board and their 2013 Horizon Higher Education Report Advisory Board. Sheryl lives near the Virginia shore and spends her spare time playing on the water with her four children, her grandsons Luke, Logan, Levi and Tanner and a trio of dachshunds. You can find out more on her blog and on Twitter @snbeach.
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