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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Ribble, Green Eggs, and Common Sense!

With final exams ending and my basketball tournament schedule lately, I have definitely not gotten as far on my major project as I would like so far but I’ve made some progress since my last post! My plan is to create a digital citizenship unit plan for my grade twelve English students.  It fits nicely …

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Ribble’s Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship, and a Critical Questions on TikTok

This far into my major project I have been compiling information on Wakelet, Seesaw, and TikTok.  Be sure to check out the continued progress of the work that I am compiling on my second website, Curtis Bourassa’s Edtech Reviews. Over the past couple of weeks, I have begun to branch out and approach teachers about … Continue reading Ribble’s Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship, and a Critical Questions on TikTok

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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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