Saturday, March 17, 2012

Tool #10

1. Discuss at least three things you would want to make sure your students understand about being good digital citizens.

In order to ensure that students are not abusing their privileges on our classroom set of iPads, we would engage in a class dialogue on what it means to safely navigate in an unfiltered digital world. I would them help us construct class guidelines for use on the devices. We will review some of the tips Alan November revealed to us regarding the veracity of sites.

2. Share at least one of the resources mentioned above or on the Ed Tech website that you plan to use instructionally.
Atomic Learning Website for netiquette and avoiding plagiarism.

3. Explain briefly how you would "teach" the idea of digital citizenship to your students.
I could use real world examples of how former MHS students have not used good judgement in cyberspace and had admissions to colleges rescinded. I would talk about being role models for each other on the digital front, rather than being a negative influence on another student.

4. Explain briefly how you plan to share the idea of digital citizenship with your parents.
Parents will sign the same digital contract that my students will sign indicating the opportunity for abuse and the need for students to self-police their surfing.

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