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Digital Citizenship Awareness Webinars 2011-2012

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If you are a site or district Administrator, Teacher Leader or a Technology Leader at a district or school site wanting to learn more about what Digital Citizenship encompasses, this series is for you.  You can register for one or all.


In these 45 minute sessions, there will be nationally recognized guest speakers and resources including NetSmartz, and Common Sense Media. We will also leave time for questions from our participants. 

 

The REGISTER ME links will take you to the registration page.

 

 

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Digital Citizenship Webinars by Contra Costa County Office of Education is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.

Please feel free to utilize these resources but attribute acknowledgement to this site and the Contra Costa County Office of Education


 

This webinar series will cover topics such as:

 

1. Digital Law - September 23, 2011  10:00 am - 11:00 am

         

With their many hand-held devices, students are mobile, wireless and on-the-go. How do you support productive uses of student communication when it is outside of our local area networks? Situations have arisen ranging from cyberbullying to sexting to cheating in schools. Where does your school district stand on the issue of mobile technology use? How can you balance the benefits of mobile technology in learning with the controls needed to provide a safe environment? A legal expert will address these questions and provide guidance on the latest updates to California education code. 

 

Guest presenter will be attorney Jan Tomsky, the managing partner of Fagen, Friedman and Fulfrost's Oakland office.  She has an extensive practice with particular emphasis in special education and student matters, particularly those that involve complex or sensitive issues.

 

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Digital Law Resources


 

2. Digital Dramatics - October 25, 2011  10:00 am - 10:45 am

 

This session will include a discussion about the issues of cyberbullying and sexting and how they impact educators on a daily basis.  Participants will be able to use this greater awareness of the issues to advocate for online safety education and a team approach for handling these incidents in schools. A speaker from NetSmartz an educational program of (NCMEC), will be our lead presenter.

 

Guest presenter will be Laurie Nathan, Outreach Coordinator for Netsmartz

 

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Digital Dramatics Resources


 

3. Digital Duplication - November 8, 2011  10:00 am - 10:45 am

          

In this session we will be covering copyright and fair use.  Copyright infringement occurs when information is used or distributed  without permission of the entity that owns the legal rights to that information. This includes using images, cartoons, music, and software on your website or in a document.  What then are best practices of Fair Use? How can teachers and students safely use these resources in their teaching and learning.  We will cover this and more in this session.

 

Guest presenter will be Eileen C. Walters, Technology Integration Specialist, CCCOE

 

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Digital Duplication Resources 


 

4. Digital Tattoo - December 7, 2011  10:00 am - 10:45 am

 

In this digital age, you are what you (or others) post. It's not like a paper trail, which can be destroyed; postings are more like tattoos - they can be very visible or hidden but always hard to remove! How much information about your daily life (and past) gets recorded? What  are online digital reputation monitors? Come join the fun as we explore YOUR digital footprint, digital tattoos and how it all fits in with digital reputations. 

 

Join our presenter, Linda Uhrenholt, in this journey down your digital lane.

 

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Digital Tattoo Resources


 

5. Digital Identities - January 24, 2012  10:00 am - 10:45 am

        

Online, good or bad, you can be anyone you want to be. How do you teach students to manage their personal information and digital reputation? In this session we will be covering privacy, personal information and digital identities.

 

A guest speaker from CommonSense Media, a leader in digital citizenship resources, will be our lead presenter. 

 

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Digital Identities Resources


 

6. Digital Learners - February 16, 2012  10:00 am - 10:45 am 

 

In this session we will look at how innovative classrooms are addressing the following 21st century questions: How do we teach students to evaluate information from diverse sources? How do we promote and model digital etiquette and responsible online social interactions in our classrooms?  How can we use digital-age communication and collaboration tools to model cultural understanding and global awareness? 

 

Join our presenter, Matthew Callison an Apple Distinguished Educator as he answers these questions and more.

 

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Digital Learners Resources

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