If you missed the 2022 Reading Summit, you can still watch the Transforming Literacy OnDemand videos!
Our current approach to digital citizenship curriculum is not working well. Come think about 4 new tactics to help students become more responsible digital citizens.
Often “classroom management” and “digital citizenship” are not associated with each other. Let’s explore how these two topics do go hand-in-hand.
A “responsible use policy” is often just legal jargon we tell students to accept and move on. Does it have to be that way? Come think more deeply about Responsible Use Policies and how to make them approachable for students.
Feeling overwhelmed by the 9 elements of digital responsibility? Learn how to break them down and incorporate them into your daily lessons.
This session will discuss how to take responsibility of the tech in your life and classrooms including how to create a space for digital citizenship lessons to be created by students and for students.
School districts everywhere want to give teachers access to professional development opportunities, but with budgets tight, tensions high, and time short, PD needs to appeal to teacher interests and not have the appearance of a mandate. While it’s not the only answer, school districts should look inward to provide virtually different PD for staff, leveraging the strengths and expertise within the district and the tools and resources available through learning management systems and virtualized meeting spaces.
This on-demand presentation is an extension of my recent blog post that takes a deeper dive into some early and more contemporary technology integration planning and evaluation frameworks.