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Digital Citizenship and Fourth Grade Students

I will be designing instruction on digital citizenship for different grade levels as our school implements a district-wide 1:1 initiative this fall.  I am currently focusing on the 4th and 5th grade students as I think they will likely be incorporating interaction online more quickly than the younger students.  240 more words

Going totally primal

On and off, (more off than on tbh), I try and follow the caveman diet, or paleo, depending on your preference. I basically cross Arthur De Vany’s Evolutionary Fitness programme with Dr Loren Cordain’s book. 778 more words

Not all digital platforms are springboards

In today’s market, nothing sells unless it trends on the social media! Whether you want to market yourself, your brand or your product, social media is your best showcase. 302 more words


Digital Citizenship- Responsible Online Posts

Digital citizenship is an important topic to learn about in today’s digital world. One component of digital citizenship is responsible online sharing. Below are a few questions for students to ask before they share online. 239 more words


Better digital citizenship - Be kind online

Digital citizenship quite rightly receives a lot of attention at the moment in schools. The focus tends to be on cyber-bullying and considering the consequences of kids’ digital footprints. 787 more words

EDTC 6431 Standard 5 Reflection

ISTE 5 Focus: How can we help students understand safety, cultural, and privacy issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior?

Question: How can teachers educate their students about having a positive digital foot print? 403 more words

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ISTE Standard 5 – The Importance of Digital Footprint Education

Question: How can we best teach students about digital footprints?  What are the most important things they should know?

ISTE Standard 5’s central theme is focused on digital citizenship, which encompasses safe use of technology, exhibiting a positive attitude toward technology, and leadership in digital citizenship (ISTE Standard 5). 486 more words

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