Today Alice Chen @wondertechedu teaches us about digital citizenship. She discusses five things every digital citizen should know. For each digital citizenship item, she gives classroom examples. Several important topics arise including how to talk to your students about their positive online presence and online professionalism.
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In today's show, Alice and I talk about 5 things every digital citizen should know including:
- Three basic internet safety issues
- The need for students to have a positive online identity
- Helping students interact online using the language of success – academic language. (Editor's Note: In my opinion, the way Alice teaches IM speech versus academic speech is powerful.)
- Authentic audience and blogging
I hope you enjoy this episode with Alice!
Want to hear another episode about digital citizenship? Listen to 5 Ideas to Connect Your Classroom with TW Williamson who teaches in Taiwan.
Selected Links from this Episode
- The 9 C’s of Digital Citizenship by Alice Chen
- Google Classroom
- The Value of Authentic Audience on Edutopia by Monica Burns
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- See also Copyright 101: A Simple Lesson in Licenses video tutorial
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Alice Chen is a teacher and technology coach in Southern California. In addition to these roles, she is a Google for Education Certified Innovator, 2014 Lead PBS Digital Innovator, and PBS SoCaL American Graduate Champion.
During the course of her career, she was a two-time recipient of the UCSD Outstanding High School Teacher award, a 2012 Microsoft Partners in Learning U.S. Finalist, and the 2012 Teacher of the Year at her school. She is also a consultant and presenter who regularly speaks at regional and national conferences.
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