Growing Global Digital Citizens
Better Practices that Build Better Learners
Growing Global Digital Citizens: Better Practices That Build Better Learners explore show teachers and administrators can transform education through the essential concept of global digital citizenship (GDC). Embraced by thousands of schools worldwide, GDC practices empower students to effectively and ethically participate in their online and offline communities. Authors Lee Watanabe Crockett and Andrew Churches provide F–12 teachers and administrators with a clear path for establishing a GDC program in their school, ensuring that their students grow into considerate, respectful and responsible global citizens.
- discover the characteristics of global digital citizens and what these citizens stand for
- learn how to collaborate with all stakeholder communities involved in growing students into global digital citizens
- consider the limitations of conventional technology use policies and how to replace them with ethical digital citizenship agreements
- develop digital citizenship agreements for students at the primary, middle years and high school levels, as well as for professionals and the wider community
- use framework and rubrics for gauging the effectiveness and progress of global digital citizenship practices.
|Publish date||2017-08-25 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular, Technologies|