In an increasingly digital world, the things a student needs to know are indeed changing–sometimes drastically.
“A range of guests is invited into our classroom (virtually) to broaden our knowledge and global perspective.”
Avoiding bias and logical fallacies, fact-checking information, and grasping argument subtleties are all examples of digital citizenship.
Social media has emerged as a kind of standard for connecting with and staying in touch with friends, family, coaches, and more.
How schools are designed and what students learn–and why–must be scrutinized with at least as much as enthusiasm as we muster for Netflix or sports.
Digital Leadership is about, in part, using the internet and social media to improve the lives, well-being, and circumstances of others.
The Definition Of Bullying: A Timeless Behavior With New Tools & Technology by Terry Heick Preventing bullying is just as likely as preventing poverty, racism, or violence. If we can start from this kind of humility, we may be able to improve our efficiency in dealing with and responding to it as a problem. Of…
61. How digital propaganda works compared to other ‘classic’ propaganda forms and how to adjust your online behavior and habits in response
Standards For Digital Citizenship In Graphic Form by TeachThought Staff You’ve read a lot about digital citizenship over the years. Have you seen any useable standards for students? While not perfect, this graphic is close. In the image, these digital citizenship standards are broken down into five categories for students, teachers, administrators, coaches, and computer…
Helping students learn to manage their digital footprints starts with helping them understand how they’re vulnerable, then how to address it.
The Basics Of Digital Citizenship: 27 Power Verbs to Guide Children Online by TeachThought Staff How can you promote digital citizenship in students? We’ve offered that the definition of digital citizenship can be thought of as, roughly, “The quality of habits, actions, and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities.” In short,…
Digital Citizenship is the quality of habits, actions, and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities.
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