View Seminar: Digital Citizenship, Civic Engagement, and Leadership: Equipping Students

Seminar NameDigital Citizenship, Civic Engagement, and Leadership: Equipping Students
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Seminar Short DescAccess to the Internet and social media is at the fingertips of many students who are increasingly more savvy at using technology than their parents/caregivers. Developing teenage brains are especially challenging to educators since risk and impulsiveness are often related to emotions because judgment is not yet fully developed. This workshop aims to equip educators with tools they can use in helping students develop positive behavior as citizens in their living and virtual communities.
Seminar Full DescStudents can often identify the appropriate behavior for a given situation, but brain and moral development often impede following through with proper action. Technology has dramatically changed the way students learn, interact, and participate in society. Providing students with opportunities for practicing digital citizenship and civic engagement equips them for potential leadership within the school, community, and society.
Seminar Date08/19/2019
Opening Time8:30 am
Closing Time2:30 pm
Last Day To Register08/16/2019      [ Note: After this date, participation changes can be requested by e-mailing Laurie Sledge ]
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Seminar AudienceTeachers (includes librarians)
Seminar PrerequisitesNot set
Seminar Topics, Concepts & ResourcesDigital Citizenship, Civic Engagement, Moral Development, Digital Footprint, Blended Learning
Seminar Broadcast NotesCongratulations! You have signed up for an exciting workshop!! Please bring a laptop / iPad to this session as you will be creating a project.
Seminar Objectives-Participants will review Piaget's and Kohlberg's stages of moral development
-Participants will analyze judgment and emotional risk-taking behavior among teens
-Participants will evaluate meaningful approaches to teaching digital leadership, citizenship, and civic engagement
-Participants will develop a civic engagement project for students
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Assessment of Learning-Participants will identify stages of moral development and provide explanations for why not all students develop the same
-Participants will select an area of civic engagement to offer students

* Utilizing CA BOCES' resources, including Staff Specialists, participants will develop a civic engagement project for students
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LocationTraining Room
Site StatusRegional
Duration6 Hours
Rolling Online CourseNo
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Seminar StatusCancelled
WorkshopDigital Citizenship, Civic Engagement, and Leadership: Equipping Students
Starting Registration8:00 am
Credit Hours6.00
CTLE EligibleYes
Social Worker Continuing EdNo
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Provider529 - Professional Development
Category510 - Library Services
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Cancelled Date06/27/2019
Added ByAmy Windus
Seminar Id3139

CTLE Activities

  • Content
  • Pedagogy


Districts That Can Send Participants

  • Allegany-Limestone Central School
  • Andover Central School
  • Belfast Central School
  • Bolivar-Richburg Central School
  • Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School
  • Cuba-Rushford Central School
  • Ellicottville Central School
  • Fillmore Central School
  • Franklinville Central School
  • Friendship Central School
  • Genesee Valley Central School
  • Hinsdale Central School
  • Olean City Schools
  • Pioneer Central School
  • Portville Central School
  • Randolph Academy Union Free School
  • Randolph Central School
  • Salamanca City Schools
  • Scio Central School
  • Wellsville Central School
  • West Valley Central School
  • Whitesville Central School
  • CA-BOCES Admin
  • CA-BOCES Exceptional Education
  • CA Teacher Center

Learning Standards

  • 1 Knowledge Students and Student Learning
  • 3 Instructional Practice
  • 4 Learning Environment
  • 5 Assessment for Learning
  • 7 Professional Growth