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  • Mobile networks in Schools

    When I think back to 2003 and the dangers of searching Bill Clinton on the internet I still break out in a cold sweat. I do not support free access to the internet within schools. A combination of web filtering using such agencies as watchdog and self managing which sites are unblocked has provid...

    Tags: mobile networks, digital citizenship

  • ePortfolios or Web Portals

      In the early 1990's parents were parents and teachers were teachers. Few institution other than Parent Centre paid much heed to parents as teachers or developing a home school partnership in learning. The concept of life long learners was more of a threat to the masses in a time of growin...

    Tags: digital citizenship, eportfolio, web portal

  • Digital Citizenship

    Just added this as a group discussion but didn't work so perhaps will try here...I've been reading with interest the discussion in the Whakatu Cluster around digital citizenship started by Isaac Day. We've included cybersafety here at Hanmer Springs School as one of our school goals this year as...

    Tags: digital citizenship

  • What's new on the Netsafe myLGP website?

    To save you having to search and browse, here is an update from Netsafe on the newest resources on their myLGP website. There are over 200 resources for teachers and facilitators to help create a cybersafe environment and develop a digital citizenship culture in your school. Cybersafety Update f...

    Tags: cybersafety, netsafe, digital citizenship, mylgp, update

  • Reflective summary: Developing a Shared Understanding of Digital Citizenship at Kuranui School

    I have just finished reading the Kuranui school reflection as part of the Matamata DistrICT cluster. I particularly enjoyed reading this because I have visited this school, so I could envision the story unfolding there.Part of addressing ICT PD national goal 1, Schools will use e-learning to give...

    Tags: ict pd, reflective summary, inquiry, digital citizenship, key competencies

  • eLearning Round-up | 18 July 2011

    Haven't got time to trawl the VLN for eLearning goodness? I've done it for you:-)   eMember of the week Each week we'll profile someone who has made valuable contributions to our eLearning community. This week, it's.... Annemarie Hyde: Deputy principal and e-learning leader at Mokoia...

    Tags: digital citizenship, cybersafety, vln_primary, broadband, movie making

  • Changes to the Copyright Act

    I'm not too sure how worried we need to be about this.  Digital citizenship is important and we need time to educate our students but as I said... we need time!  

    Tags: copyright act, digital citizenship

  • Beyond the experts

    It has been incredibly rewarding watching our TeKids grow and develop as leaders and thinkers within both the Cluster and our school. However, the trick is in not just having a few holding all the knowledge, but being able to infuse this across the school. At present, this has been highly success...

    Tags: ict, digital citizenship, leadership, students, learners, tekids

  • Cyber safety and digital footprint

    Unfortunately, cyber safety can sometimes fall into the 'hard basket' and there are some easy options out there including Hectors World. I am currently in the process of overhauling this for Terrace End school. Although we have had Hectors World as a guide, I have found it slow to load and not so...

    Tags: cyber safety, digital footprint, digital citizenship, online safety, facebook, students

  • Sign up for our online workshops: e-Registered Teacher Criteria, and Digital Citizenship

    Two more free online workshops from Enabling e-Learning are coming your way during November - open to all.   16 November: The e-Registered Teacher Criteria resource: Suzie Vesper, Digi-Advisor, will take you through this excellent resource that has been developed to suppor...

    Tags: professional learning, workshops, digital citizenship, registered teacher criteria