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Digital Citizenship For Educators

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The primary focus of this course is to explore the foundations and elements of digital citizenship. Participants examine the planning and implementation phases of a comprehensive digital citizenship program. Emphasis is placed on lesson planning, developing and integrating digital citizenship lessons, modeling digital citizenship behaviors, and discovering how digital citizenship extends beyond the classroom with real world functions and authentic applications.

This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 4 weeks

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    Digital Citizenship: Teaching and Modeling

    • Analyze professional development needs for school personnel to implement comprehensive digital citizenship programs.
    • Identify methods to teach the fundamental principles of digital citizenship.
    • Determine methods to assess student understanding of digital citizenship.
    • Describe ways to model appropriate use of current digital technologies.

    Digital Citizenship: Beyond the Classroom

    • Identify local, state, and national laws related to digital technology.
    • Determine methods to educate families about digital citizenship.
    • Explain how digital citizenship influences the global community.

    Digital Citizenship: Planning a Comprehensive Program

    • Explain the evolution of digital citizenship.
    • Identify the nine elements of digital citizenship.
    • Describe ways to advocate for the need to teach digital citizenship in schools.
    • Examine effective acceptable use policies.
    • Describe the components of a comprehensive digital citizenship program.
    • Integrate the nine elements of digital citizenship into a comprehensive digital citizenship program.
    • Explore best practices for digital etiquette and communication.

    Digital Citizenship: Lesson Planning

    • Determine the role of technology standards in teaching digital citizenship.
    • Apply a reflective model to digital citizenship lesson planning.
    • Identify strategies to integrate digital citizenship into the curriculum.
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