Digital Citizenship Newsletter Archive
All the tips
October: Digital Citizenship Week
November/December: Finding Balance During the Holidays
January: Practical Procedures
February: Search Strategies
March: DigCitCommit - Inclusive
April: Don't Fool Me!
- Includes links to 2 Coffee Talk session recordings on 12/8/2020 of teachers sharing how they leverage Webex Teams & other communication tools with students.
#2: Practical Procedures: How to Integrate Digital Citizenship
- Music/no music
- What do studens do when they are "finished"?
#3: Make Good Choices When Chatting
- Click here to view the Coffee Talk recording. Click here for Heidi's Slides.
- What sources are credible? How is that determined?
- How can we recognize and challenge misinformation?
#5: Managing Digital Distractions
- What are digital distractions and how do they impact learning?
- Do your students have the tools to control their own digital distractions?
#6: Media Balance
- How much time do you spend on your device everyday?
- What can you do to decrease this time?
- How much do you know about searching for information online?
- What are some advanced search strategies, and how might they help you?
Through real-life examples and practice, educators inspire students to positively contribute to and responsibly participate in the digital world.