made with @HaikuDeck by Susan Spellman Cann
Why does digital citizenship matter so much? For me it matters because students matter and really when it comes down to it my family matters. I want to be a good role model for them. I want to leave a positive legacy one they can be proud of. Do I make mistakes? Of course I do, but I want to make a difference for my students and my own children and the only way to really understand what being a good digital citizen meant was to dive in and learn online and so it began in #ETMOOC .
A little over two years ago I did not blog, vlog, tweet or know what a google hangout was and now I get the privilege to be a co-conspirator in an Open Connected Learning Mooc #OCLMOOC. It will be an amazing experience for Alberta even though it is open to the world.
In week 2 of #oclmooc you will be exploring digital citizenship we hope you step out of your comfort zone and step into “Awe”
As an educator I want to understand everything I can about digital citizenship. Here are a few places to start thanks to @courosa Click here: Digital Citizenship resources by Alec Couros .
If you’d like to see what others are saying about digital citizenship check out #DCMOOC ‘s blog hub by clicking here: Digital Citizenship Massive Open Online Course blog hub.
To hear a students perspective click here: Paige Woodards blog .
Here are a few curated resources on Digital Citizenship:
- Livebinder resources curated by Susan Spellman Cann
- Digital Citizenship livebinder resources by grade level
- Smore on digital citizenship
- Digital Citizenship lessons HaikuDeck
- Digital Citizenship the 6 C’s By Erin Luong a HaikuDeck
I love this video by Shots of Awe, hopefully you got to see one of his videos in Week 1 of #oclmooc
Feel free to post any resources you have on digital citizenship in the comments below.
I look forward to our discussions in #OCLMOOC .