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Digital Citizenship for Digital Natives

 

A lack of fear to use digital devices does not necessarily correspond to an ability to appropriately and ethically use those digital devices for communication, collaboration and publication. We live in the "publish at will" era, when anyone with a cell phone or a computer can become a citizen journalist for an international audience. Simply banning cell phones and network access to MySpace is an insufficient response on the part of school leaders to these challenges. In this session we'll highlight the technologies and issues which make conversations about digital citizenship essential in every school and home, as well as ways classroom teachers, administrators, and parents are helping students PRACTICE as well as develop digital citizenship skills. Like a person learning to swim, it's essential we be willing to "get wet" with our personal use of social networking and digital publication technologies if we are to understand these tools and environments.

 

 

 

ProTecht 2008 Project Resources

 

 

 

Below you will find links to my video and audio responses to questions posed by students participating in the ProTechT 2008 project regarding digital citizenship. This page includes links to my responses to many of the questions posted by students, as well as an archived video link of our live interactions on February 7, 2008 over Ustream.tv.

 

Introduction and Thank-You (YouTube - QuickTime)

 

 

Plano Middle School's Questions:

  1. Why do you think cyberbullying has increased and what can we do about it? (VoiceThread - see slides #2 and #3 - also see the YouTube video "Hero in the Hallway")

Lawson Middle School's Questions:

  1. How do you define digital citizenship? (YouTube - QuickTime)
  2. Do you think the internet will ever be safe? (VoiceThread - see slide #1)

NKO School's Questions:

  1. What prompted your participation in this wiki? Why do you feel so strongly about digital citizenship? (VoiceThread)

Broadfording Christian Academy Questions:

  1. What do you do if someone sends you a lot of junk email? (VoiceThread - see slide #1)

 

University School of Milwaukee Student Questions:

  1. What should i do if someone i don't know sends me an e-mail? (VoiceThread - see slide #2)

 

Archived Webcasts via Ustream.tv:

Thursday Feb 7, 2007: 8:10 am CST

 

 

 

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