Tag Archives: digital citizenship

Curriculum 21: Another Look at 5 Socio-Technology Trends

Curriculum 21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs is now six years old, but I am reading it now for my Curriculum Design and Analysis graduate course at GSU. Despite my reservations about using this dated text from an author who herself … Continue reading

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Narrating Privacy without Fear @educonphilly

This will be one of a few reflections on EduCon 2.8, a conference and conversation in Philadelphia January 29 to 31. For the first conversation Saturday, I listened to Fran Newberg, Jim Siegl, Jeff Graham, Bill Fitzgerald present Four Perspectives … Continue reading

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This Week @gavirtual

Along with my return to TOOL, I hope to start writing a weekly post about my week of online teaching. The goal of these posts is to share what I had hoped to do during the week and what actually … Continue reading

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Participate 1.1.1 – Indicators of Efficiency and Effectiveness #eteachertool

Character Traits part 2 When I first composed my response to Participate 1.1.1 Character Traits Quest a year ago (before becoming an online teacher), I missed this: Indicators of a good digital citizen include the ability to navigate efficiently, effectively, … Continue reading

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Participate 1.1.1 – Character Traits Reconsidered #eteachertool

Participate 1.1.1 asks what character traits should digital citizens emulate and recognize. When I first posted, I posited that the ideal citizen participates in online forums and actively creates material, balances online participation with participation in the real world, and … Continue reading

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GAVS – Roles and Functions in Online Learning Environments

Navigate 1.2.1 Describe Roles and Functions in Online Learning Environments TLAs (Three Letter Acronyms) form the digital learning environment, in much the same way that code forms the rich environment of the digital world in the movie The Matrix. Behind … Continue reading

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GAVS – Digital Rights and Responsibilities

Participate 4.1.1 Digital Rights and Responsibilities Many discussions revolve around how to keep people safe online, but we must also consider how to protect content. Members of a Digital Learning Community need to respect others’ work and adhere to laws … Continue reading

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GAVS – Digital Resources and Netiquette

Participate 3.1.2 Digital Resources and Netiquette If you’re using a lot of technology in the class, and I hope you are, you might find the following nine guidelines handy. Post the link on your teacher website as a resource, or … Continue reading

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GAVS – The Ideal Digital Learning Community

Participate 1.1.3 Ideal Digital Learning Community Quest Every individual will have a different sense of an ideal digital learning community, and every situation will alter that ideal slightly. Therefore, my ideal DLC and its components come with personal bias. My … Continue reading

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GAVS – Active, Balanced, Open-Minded Citizenship

Participate 1.1.1 Character Traits Quest This is my first post in a series—and such posts will be labeled GAVS—to complete the online training offered by the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Virtual Learning. Teacher Online Open Learning (TOOL) focuses … Continue reading

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