Teaching Digital Citizenship – Shaping Responsible Members of a Digital World

As students navigate their way through the digital world, it is our responsibility to provide them with the tools that will shape them into responsible digital citizens. Our roles as educators allow us the prime opportunity to help students learn and grow as they take advantage of the technology that is available to them.  This online workshop will teach key concepts surrounding the topic of digital citizenship and supply you with a variety of creative and fun ways to weave positive digital practices and lessons into your teaching. We will use elements of technology and social media throughout the workshop to integrate key digital citizenship concepts into students’ daily lives.

Join us and take advantage of our $25 summer discount!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 21, 2021

Course Details

Audience  K-12 Regular and Special Education Teachers, Technology Specialists, Administrators
Level Beginner/Intermediate with Basic Knowledge of Technological Tools
Instructor Rochelle Cooper
Dates July 28, 2021 – August 25, 2021 (4 weeks)
Earn 12 hours of certificate of participation
Location Online
MassCUE Member Cost $125
Non-Member Cost $165
Limit 25 Participants
Prerequisites
Optional 1 Graduate Credit At the first class, participants may choose to register for 1 graduate credit through Worcester State University for an additional fee of $125. All participants, including those who do not opt for graduate credit, will receive a certificate documenting the number of course hours attended. 

Rochelle Cooper

Rochelle has been a certified educator for the past 19 years.  She is currently the K-12 Digital Learning Coach for Lynnfield Public Schools. Prior to this role, Rochelle worked as the Learning Services Assistant for MassCUE – coordinating professional development opportunities for educators and administrators. She has consulted with schools around the state to support their digital learning needs. She began her teaching career as a special education 1:1 aide and spent the next 10 years as a 5th grade classroom teacher at Lynnfield Middle School.   Rochelle received her undergraduate degree in English from Holy Cross College and her Masters Degree in Teaching from Simmons College.

 

 

(3hrs) Online Session 1: Teaching Digital Safety – Navigating Safely through Cyberspace 

(3 hrs) Online Session 2: Teaching Empathy and Awareness – Cyberbullying 

(3hrs) Online Session 3: Teaching Digital Responsibility and Ethics – Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism 

(3hrs) Online Session 4: Teaching Digital Self-Awareness – Creating Your Digital Footprint 

Optional Graduate Credit:   

Educators who would like Worcester State credit (for a fee of $125) must submit a final project. Projects may be a curriculum lesson or classroom project based in research and connected to curriculum standards. Instructors will grade the project. To obtain the credit the grade must be a B or higher.

Final Project Requirements: 

Participants who apply for graduate credit will create an Interactive Digital Citizenship Portfolio (a Digital Passport, a Digital Notebook OR an interactive portfolio of their own design) to use with either students or colleagues. This will be a comprehensive product that will integrate components of each workshop session (listed above)  and therefore will meet criteria from either the MA K-12 DLCS standards for CAS and/or the 5 ISTE Competencies for Digital Citizenship. Standards met for each section of the portfolio will be determined by the workshop participant (based on the grade level they teach).

MA DESE Standards Addressed:

K-12.CAS.ax Safety and Security 

K-12.CAS.bx Ethics and Laws 

K-12.CAS.cx Interpersonal and Societal Impact 

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Teaching Digital Citizenship – Shaping Responsible Members of a Digital World July 28, 2021 – August 25, 2021 (4 weeks online)

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