Starts on Monday, February 24th! Last chance to register. Click on this link;; Scroll down to MTI 557. Click here for more information and to sign up.
When students use the Internet, they need to be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this course you will learn which topics you present, how you unpack them and how to make them authentic for student life.
- Copyright, fair use, public domain
- digital commerce
- digital communication
- digital footprint, digital privacy
- digital rights and obligations
- digital search / research
- Image – how to use it legally
- Internet security
- social media
After completing this course you can:
- Know how to integrate digital citizenship into lesson plans that require the Internet
- Familiarize yourself with all facets of digital citizenship
- Become an advocate for safe, legal and responsible use of online resources
- Show positive attitudes towards technology that supports learning
- Exhibition leadership in teaching and living as a digital citizen
The assessment is based on inclusion, interaction with classmates and completing projects. So be ready to get fully involved and take an eager risk. The price includes course registration, college credit and all required materials.
To register, click the link above and search for MTI 557 and log in. Do you need help? Email [email protected] for upcoming appointments.
Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. She is the editor / author of over a hundred technical resources, including a K-12 technology curriculum. K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 digital citizenship curriculum, She is an associate professor of technology, master teacher, webmaster for four blogs Amazon Vine Voice, CSTA reviewer, freelance journalist on technical topics, contributor to NEA today and author of the tech thriller, Chasing a sub and Twenty-four days, You can find their resources at Structured learning.
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