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Digital Citizenship Webinars for Teachers

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This webinar series will cover topics such as:

 

1. Your Digital Tattoo/Digital Identity - April 20, 2011 - 2:15-3:00 pm

 

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? How do you teach students to manage their personal information and digital reputation? Come join the fun as we explore YOUR digital footprint, digital tattoos and how it all fits in with digital reputations.

 

GUEST PRESENTER: Linda Uhrenholt, AT&T

 

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Digital Tattoo/Identity Resources

 


2. Digital Dramatics/Cyberbullying - April 27, 2011 - 2:15-3:00 pm

 

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.

 

GUEST PRESENTER: Adrienne DeWolfe, CCCOE & CTAP Region IV 

 

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Digital Dramatics Resources


 

3. Digital Learners - May 4, 2011 - 2:15-3:00 pm

         

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? 

 

GUEST PRESENTER: Matthew Callison, doctoral student at Indiana University and an Apple Distinguished Educator

 

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Digital Learner Resources

 


4. Digital Duplication - May 11, 2011 - 2:15-3:00 pm

          

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: Eileen C. Walters, CCCOE & CTAP Region IV

 

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Digital Duplication Resources 

 

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