February 10, 2020: Progress Update #2

Digital citizenship. Being respectful online. Simple enough, right? Prior to taking this class, that was my understanding of digital citizenship. I didn’t realize all of the different layers that go into being a digital citizen. Ribble’s Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship has been very helpful in breaking these layers down and incorporating them into myContinue reading “February 10, 2020: Progress Update #2”

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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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You Know Nothing Matt Bresciani

Source: Memegenerator.com This past month has been quite an eye-opening experience for me as both a grad student as well as an educator.  Going into this class I felt quite confident in my knowledge of both Educational Technology as well as Digital Citizenship.  I’m routinely the “tech” guy or the  “techy teacher” at each school I’ve been at, and I’m always happy to share (what I thought was a large) wealth of knowledge with other teachers.  However, with each week of t […]

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Digital Citizenship & Blended Learning

I found this weeks vlogs on Digital Citizenship to be very enlightening. I hadn’t had the chance to dig into all the difference sources that talk about digital citizenship so listening to their summaries and combination of their findings was very beneficial. Their vlogs also challenged me to reassess my own digital citizenship lessons and …

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Digital..what?

The masters class I am taking revolves completely around Digital Citizenship, a term I had quite honestly never heard before! It is probably fair to assume that most people are in the same boat, other than those taking this class or other classes with Alec. According to digitalcitizenship.net, “The concept of Digital Citizenship is beingContinue reading “Digital..what?”

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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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Ribble Me This…

via GIPHYThe Essential Elements!We examined Ribble’s Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship this week in #eci832. I’ve been reflecting how this relates to my social media journey project. I’ll be looking at TikTok, Snapchat, YouTube, Twitter, and maybe Wakelet as I journey into the wilderness of social media and education. TikTok is the first one I am tackling. Progress has been slow. This is a bit related to being a content-catalyst for next week’s ECI832 Lesson! It’s hard, yet inspiring, to try […]

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