The definition of digital citizenship has to do with the quality of behaviors that impact the quality of digital content and communities.
Helping students learn to manage their digital footprints starts with helping them understand how they’re vulnerable, then how to address it.
When you teach digital citizenship to students, you can help to create a positive school culture that supports safe, responsible tech use.
In understanding the shift from literacy to digital literacy, it may help to take a look at the underlying assumptions of digital literacy.
In an increasingly digital world, the things a student needs to know are indeed changing–sometimes drastically.
This graphic gets at the idea of modern teaching through a simple checklist for teachers today. We’ve added a extensions for each item.
Social media has emerged as a kind of standard for connecting with and staying in touch with friends, family, coaches, and more.
Changing knowledge demands in education should be scrutinized with at least as much as enthusiasm as we muster for Netflix or food or sports.