View Workshop: Digital Citizenship with Microsoft

Workshop NameDigital Citizenship with Microsoft
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Workshop Short DescGood digital citizens maintain awareness of how they use technology tools. While it is easy to be always on through connected devices like tablets, laptops, and mobile devices; it is not as easy to stay focused, take breaks, or disconnect when necessary. It is important for learners to be mindful of how their online activities can impact their personal health and wellness, as well as other people in their physical and digital spaces.
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School Year2022-2023
Rolling Online CourseNo
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Online Course TypeZoom
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Category517 - Model Schools
SubcategoryCurric: Effective Use of Technology
Provider517 - Model Schools
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Duration3.5 Hours
LevelSED CODES 1,2,3,4
Total Workshop Days1.0
Credit Hours3.50
Days To Bill0.5
Participants Must Attend All DaysNo
District Always Pays Participant FeeYes
Participant Approval NeededNo
Scoring ExamsNo
Assigned SeatingNo
Assigned Seating By TableNo
Limit One District Per TableNo
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Workshop Full DescGood digital citizens maintain awareness of how they use technology tools. While it is easy to be always on through connected devices like tablets, laptops, and mobile devices; it is not as easy to stay focused, take breaks, or disconnect when necessary. It is important for learners to be mindful of how their online activities can impact their personal health and wellness, as well as other people in their physical and digital spaces. Microsoft s mission is to empower every person on the planet to achieve more. As educators, we can empower learners to embrace digital tools in positive, affirming ways while guiding them to avoid practices that diminish the power of technology.
Workshop AudienceTeachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators, and Technology Directors/Coordinators
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Workshop ObjectivesThe five "Be statements" add meaning to discovering the importance of being good digital citizens. The statements are aligned with ISTE Student standard 1.2 and encompass the theme of empowering learners to achieve more. These five "be statements" are:

Be online: Build awareness of how online time affects health and wellness.

Be public: Analyze how to represent self when online to build and leave a positive digital footprint.

Be personal: Connect with others safely.

Be respectful: Follow copyright guidelines and recognize ownership of digital content.

Be perceptive: Evaluate sources using digital literacy strategies, including understanding multiple perspectives.
Assessment of Learning1. Define digital citizenship.
2. Learn five statements to support teaching digital citizenship through a positive lens.
3. Identify ways to integrate digital citizenship skills into lessons and activities.
Workshop Topics, Concepts & ResourcesThis workshop introduces educators to two different skillsets: Using technology well and understanding how online actions affect self and others. Both are foundational skills necessary to understand the importance of teaching digital citizenship in today s educational environments.
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Submitted For Approval02/23/2022
Approved12/23/2021
CTLE EligibleYes
Social Worker Continuing EdNo
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Workshop Id2118
Added ByRyan A McGinnis
BocesCattaraugus-Allegany BOCES
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Entry Date12/21/2021 16:43:27
Last Modified Date02/23/2022 09:02:40

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Learning Standards

  • 1 Knowledge Students and Student Learning
  • 2 Knowledge of Content and Instruction
  • 3 Instructional Practice
  • 4 Learning Environment
  • 6 Responsibilities Collaboration
  • 7 Professional Growth