This week, I addressed the idea of digital etiquette. I did this by searching and eventually finding a resource on BrainPop, a common online resource used in both primary and middle years. They have a great section dedicated to Digital Citizenship, accessible without a subscription. I encourage you to take a look and see if … Continue reading Hard to Tell
So, it seems as though the kids that took part in my survey are more aware of what information they should share with particular audiences than I gave them credit for. That's a positive! Let me backtrack a bit. Last week, I sent out a survey to both kids (ages 7 to 12) and parents … Continue reading And the results are in!
Since my last post for which I shared my proposal for my major project, I’ve started to figure out the direction I want to go. First, I searched online for some information related to digital citizenship for kids and came across a website called Be Internet Awesome (by Google), which Leigh tweeted about as well. … Continue reading And we’re off….
It has taken me some time to get my major project sorted out. I'm still not 100% sure about how I will go about gathering information and compiling it, but that's part of the process, right? Because the concept of digital citizenship is becoming something that we are educators are starting to realize we should … Continue reading Major Project Proposal