Sunday, May 27, 2012

tool 10

  • Atomic Learning has workshops that can help you and your students learn more about:

    • Creative Commons-learn about the licenses to mark creative work (Creative Commons Workshop - Key# 74162 - 74178)
    • Digital Citizenship - touching on netiquette (84039) (84041), email (84040), online harassment (84042) and avoiding plagiarism (84043) (part of the Effective Online Student Workshop)
    • 1. Discuss at least three things you would want to make sure your students understand about being good digital citizens. A) free speech shall not hurt others. you cannot spew venom and call it "your opinion" B) if you did not create it you are stealing if you take it. Just because it's available on the web does not make it "free" C) control your use of resources. Big files, hogging time, too much data or bandwidth use hurts others.
      2. Share at least one of the resources mentioned above or on the Ed Tech website that you plan to use instructively. The atomic courses listed above are a great start
      3. Explain briefly how you would "teach" the idea of digital citizenship to your students. I would use skits and stories covering district policies and best practices
      4. Explain briefly how you plan to share the idea of digital citizenship with your parents.  I would use print, video, and audio based on above.

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