Digital Citizenship Canvas Course
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What: pizza party for winning classes
When: contest ends Friday, September 20th
Why: we want to motivate students to complete course requirements and earn a digital badge
How: winning classes will be selected based on the number of students earning a digital badge. The higher the number of students per class earning a badge, the greater the chances are of winning.
What does the advisory teacher have to do to participate?
What does the 7th grade student have to do to participate?
Is there any help available?
1) Advisory teachers may schedule library time for the Librarian to teach a module.
2) Send advisory students to the library with a pass for help with the course or to work on the capstone project. Students may want to use the library's green screen for the capstone project.
What is the capstone project?
Students will have access to submitting the assignment once they have completed all four modules, not before.
Task: students must create a multimedia presentation that summarizes what they have learned in the course and how they will use the information, tools and strategies to be a responsible digital citizen.
Options (students may select one of the four options below):
1) iMovie: create an iMovie no longer than 30 seconds in length
2) Powerpoint/Google Slides: no more than two slides
3) Create a comic using storyboardthat.com
4) Use "Veescope Live Green Screen," "Green Screen Live Video Recording, " or "Explain Everything" app to create an infommercial. Students may use the green screen at the library. No longer than 30 seconds.
What topics does the course cover?
- Internet Safety
- Privacy & Security
Every module has a discussion board centered on a question that best represents the topic for that particular module.
The course is designed to be completed in sequential order.
Students will earn a Digital Citizenship Badge upon completion of all course requirements.