EDU 918 Digital Citizenship in the Classroom
Explore the nine elements of Digital Citizenship (effective and responsible use of the internet and digital devices) and incorporate the ISTE standards within K-12 classrooms. Using various digital creation sites, podcasts, and research, participants will create various usable tools to enhance their specific content area, enabling learners to feel comfortable in the integration of digital citizenship within their classroom.
This course provides a basis for technology integration at any level, helping students understand the importance of digital citizenship in their lives. Course takers will explore the nine elements of digital citizenship, as explained by Mike Ribble, discussing one to two elements each week. Opportunities will be provided to create lesson plans and activities within district initiatives, focusing on integrating these core digital principles into class content or staff development.
*Participants in this course will have several mandatory, synchronous, video conference sessions. Information regarding these can be found on each course registration page.
See what other educators are saying about this course
It was a solid course with a lot of interesting topics to discuss and research.D.L., Language Arts Teacher
This course is an excellent way to learn about Digital Citizenship. Each of the 9 elements was discussed in detail and I am well prepared to create lessons for my students and professional development for my colleagues.G.M., Librarian
The teacher did a wonderful job pacing the class. The content was relevant and useful.M.H.
The course was very informative. I was able to use information I was learning about immediately in my classroom.K.L., Librarian
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