Engaging Students in Digital Citizenship Concepts and Behaviors
About this Webinar
Length: approx. 1 hour
Digital technology has become part of our everyday lives and is increasingly being used by students inside the classroom. Engaging students in Digital Citizenship concepts, appropriate behaviors, and responsible use is an important part of the learning process. This webinar focuses on what it means to be a digital citizen through three key areas; Respect, Educate, and Protect. Additional topics include engaging students at a young age and making it relevant, digital equity and law, rights and responsibilities, and ability and access. The webinar also covers results from a National Council on Digital Citizenship (NCDC) survey.
Mike Ribble is a lifelong educator and began his career as a science teacher at the secondary level. He then transitioned to a leadership role as an Assistant Principal and has taught as an adjunct faculty member at the community and university level. Mike Currently works as the Director of Technology for a school district in Kansas, and has spoken about Digital Citizenship in the in United States and internationally.
Mike has written books for both ISTE and ISTE’s Homepage Books; Digital Citizenship in Schools, second edition and Raising a Digital Child. Mike has created and maintains the website (digitalcitizenship.net), which includes information and resources on digital citizenship.
Brenda Anderson is the Integrated Curriculum Specialist for Montgomery County Public Schools, in Maryland, and a writer for the elementary integrated curriculum team. Brenda is the Professional Development Chair for the ISTE SIGMS leadership team, and a member of the National Council on Digital Citizenship (NCDC).