The Podcast Playback: The “9 Elements of Digital Citizenship” Edition

In my journey to finding my own voice through podcasting, I have been fortunate enough to gain knowledge and inspiration from the voices of many others. I have stumbled upon so many rich and engaging podcasts that highlight important topics, issues, and themes in education. As I have listened to other podcasts and speakers talk…

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“Social Media is more about Sociology and Psychology than it is about Technology” -Anonymous

As Mike Ribble mentions, one of the nine themes of digital citizenship is Digital Communication and Collaboration,  or the electronic exchange of information. While there are many negatives of social media discussed often on open forums, social media in my opinion, allows users the opportunity to share their thoughts so that others understand the message. […]

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Teaching Digital Health in Health Studies 20

With the beginning of the semester over the past week, my major project is starting to take shape.  As I mentioned in my last major project update, Ribble’s nine elements of digital citizenship are the foundation of my resource.  This first thing I needed was a French translation of these principles as well as a … Continue reading Teaching Digital Health in Health Studies 20

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Scratch, Micro:bit, and Dig Cit: A Closer Look at Terms of Service & Privacy Policies

“I agree to the Terms and Conditions” – Yeah yeah… “I agree to the Privacy Policy” – Ahh, they are watching us anyway… As a major user of the internet for the past 20 years, I can’t imagine how many times I’ve agreed to terms and conditions and privacy policies for a variety of websites, … Continue reading Scratch, Micro:bit, and Dig Cit: A Closer Look at Terms of Service & Privacy Policies

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