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Does your school have a Digital Citizenship profile?

After all the discussions about understanding the concepts of Digital Citizenship...what does a successful Digital Citizen look like?

Here's how one teacher developed this in her class...



Does your school have a Digital Citizenship profile?

Thank you for sharing the link Kathe Tawhiwhirangi.


  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 27 Jun 2013 1:09pm ()

    Thanks for sharing the Digital passport app Klaris. Any other resources you create are most welcome in the thread, Digital Citizenship Resources being developed - share your resources here! There are also some lesson sequences shared from others - that might be of interest to you. This bookmark could be appropriate for older students too Smile

  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 02 Jul 2013 10:05am ()

    Here's a cute little video about what kind of Digital Citizenship will you be? Looking at several aspects of being online when accessing, using, creating content.

    Here's an oldie but goodie...Digital Dossier with powerful messages of how connected we are online - whether we realise it or not.

    Here's another angle - Digital Footprints - Your new first impression with a focus on how others see you online.

  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 09 Aug 2013 8:11am ()

    Wow, thank you Warren, this is an incredibly full and rich resource you've shared with us. I can see the value in the Goolge doc and the digital citizen profile poster is a great example for others - to make their own from. Thanks again.

  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 09 Aug 2013 8:17am ()

    Kia ora and thank you for sharing your Moodle site Jacqui. I can see a lot of work has gone into making this resource relevant and authentic to your students. I've been enjoying viewing the material in bite-sized chunks and like the way you've also bought in understandings around BYOD.

    I see you've made references to this site being used in a blended programme. How do you see that working? How/when would the students be accessing/processing the content? I'd love to hear more.

  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 09 Aug 2013 8:22am ()

    Thanks for sharing both of these resources Shaun, I find them extremely useful and have subscribed to the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog - so new posts come into my email account.

  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 29 Aug 2013 11:39am ()

    Wow, thank you JacquiLand for sharing in more detail. That makes so much sense to me.

    I have a primary trained background and realise that secondary schools can have very different challenges with form rooms/ subject classes etc. I imagine it could get complicated organising who might teach a component of the curriuclum, that isn't enitrely subject specific - rather more conceptual, life skills, citizenship kind of stuff. You've overcome this hurdle.

    No doubt dividing the lessons in this way, also puts your teachers on the same page - with similar understandings and same desired learning outcomes for digital ctizenship? What a great way to have the whole school on-board.

    Your story is a successful example of the Extending phase of Digital Citizenship - from the e-Learning Planning Framework, which reads,

    All staff and students collaborate in learning activities that routinely and deliberately explore and foster digital citizenship practices in real-world contexts.

    Thanks again for sharing Jacqui Smile. Fantastic!

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