Building on digital citizenship, one student at a time!

For this week’s post, we were asked to provide an update of our major project and discuss how it relates to one or more of Ribble’s Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship. Back in January, I made the decision to develop a curriculum-based resource for teaching digital citizenship . Although there were several tempting project ideas … Continue reading Building on digital citizenship, one student at a time!

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My Journey So Far

Here’s an update of my journey into educational apps and websites… via GIPHY   Biblionasium What I love most about Biblionasium is that it is like a kid’s version of Goodreads, allowing students to add books to their virtual bookshelves, rate books, share reviews and recommendations, as well as work towards reading goals. There are lots […]

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Adventures in Digital Citizenship

Since beginning this class, I have begun to make more intentional choices within my classroom around incorporating more opportunities for students to practice their digital citizenship. I told my students that we would be working towards using more online platforms to help us communicate efficiently, confidently, and safely. I began by surveying my students about … Continue reading Adventures in Digital Citizenship

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