Digital Citizenship PD

Developing Digital Citizenship Lessons

Welcome to today's PD

As discussed in earlier meetings we wanted to develop ways to engage students in the concept of digital citizenship and teach our students how to be good digital citizens. The student and parent survey results show that many students are not engaging properly with digital tools. The objective of this professional development is assist grade teams in developing targeted age appropriate digital citizenship lessons for their students.

School Mission and Vision Connection

This portion of the mission statement

We are first and foremost a collaborative and diverse community of learners. Our teachers work diligently to create project-based curricula that challenge students intellectually and prepare them for college and careers. We nourish a strong sense of community and we encourage independence, mastery, and empowerment. Our students graduate ready to navigate the world and succeed in future endeavors

Today's workshop acknowledges the diversity of learners and expands the scope of collaboration. The questions challenge students and hold them responsible for the work and to each other. The work of using an online discussion forum will prepare students to be college and career ready.

Planned Outcomes and Accompanying Standards

1. Teachers utilize curriculum and standards s to develop engaging lessons that students can utilize inside or outside of class.

http://www.iste.org/standards/standards/standards-for-teachers

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Materials required for Workshops

  1. Laptops
  2. Access to wifi
  3. Chart paper or google doc for breakout groups

SAS Curriculum Pathways

Friday, Dec. 1st, 3pm

Room 403

This PD will take approximately 7 PD meetings and 3 breakout sessions to complete.