Capstone 5: Digital Citizenship
The Many Frames of Digital Citizenship: Leader, Educator, Student
Communicate your vision for responsible use in your building.
- Download an infographic of choice on Digital Citizenship and share with your professional network, or create your own using tools from 21things4teachers Thing 3 - Visual Learning
- Create a presentation, video screencast, infographic or digital story to share your message for staff about the 9 themes and the impact on teaching and learning.
- Review the Administrator and Teacher Guidelines for Copyright.
- What does your staff need to know about copyright and fair use?
1) a link to a digital artifact - a resource, document, visual, media creation, or
2) proof/documentation that participant has viewed, created, or participated in learning activity (e.g. reflection, summary, visual representation, data or feedback from staff activity).
Refer to the 21 Things 4 Teachers Basics Technology Skills page for tutorials if you need assistance with screenshots from your particular device.
Be sure to make your presentation and representations visible to the public so you can share the links with other participants in the following discussion forum. Link/artifact will then be posted in the forum.
As you review prompts posted by other participants, please identify ideas or resources you found useful and give suggestions for other ideas or resources where appropriate, as well as supporting and encouraging each other toward your leadership goals. Refer to the Guidelines and Expectations for Online Discussion Boards in drafting quality responses.
Be prepared to describe what element you selected and the tools or resources you used for data collection. Next, dig deeper for engaging staff in data driven dialogue surrounding your findings.