21st century digital citizenship
This presentation is to start the conversation between stakeholders in how to appropriately educate our students about Digital Citizenship.
- 1. 21st Century Digital Citizenship
Instructional Technology Coach
Mountain View SD
2. NETS for Students
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has determined these skills necessary for students graduating our high schools:
3. #5 in NETS-S Standards
4. How many of our students know how to conduct themselves appropriately online?
5. Student SkillsBroken Down by Grade/Age Level
6. How many of your students have these skills right now?
7. Digital Citizenship
Essential skills for todays students
We live in a digital world
We as teachers all have the responsibility of helping our students navigate, interact and thrive in that world.
8. What can we as teachers/administrators/schools/parents/community members do to teach our children?
9. Formalized Curriculums
There are many!
Some of my FREE favorites:
10. Beginning the Discussion
Formalized, embedded instruction is best.
Some schools have a Digital Citizenship class students must all pass in order to graduate
In addition, every teacher must reinforce the skills learned in every class
(If its ok to cheat and steal in Mr. Samples room, then its ok to cheat and steal anywhere.)
11. Parental Instruction
Moms and Dads dont know what to look for
Most dont know about or understand the tools their children use:
Texting and smart phones
Facebook and AIM
Skype and tools-yet-to-be-invented
12. Planning Your Approach
Student formalized instruction/programs
Policy Development/Updating District AUPs
We all must work together to succeed!