Thursday 5th November, 2015
1:00pm to 1:50pm
The term “Digital Citizenship” is used often when discussing how to protect ourselves and our students online. But in a world where we are “Googled” what can we do to control what appears online? How can we provide opportunities for students to learn about Digital Citizenship, create a positive Digital Presence and take control of their Digital Legacies?
This session will examine how educators can both support and model effective strategies for integrating Digital Citizenship into the work that they do. A variety of digital tools and teaching strategies will be shared to support this learning journey for both teachers and students. Examples are intended to be highly portable and transferable - something you can try tomorrow in your classrooms and schools.
Teacher in the Toronto DSB | 1:1 Classroom | Google Innovative Educator | Passionate about Digital Citizenship http://www.juliemillan.ca | #TryOneThing bio from Twitter
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