Part of BLaST IU 17
Join a global cohort of educators focused on communicating the concept of digital citizenship to students and encouraging them to demonstrate positive online behavior.
Digital Citizenship is defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use by DigitalCitizenship.net, a leading digital citizenship informational website that we will further explore later in learning path.
Throughout this learning path, you will engage in a variety of activities designed to help you think critically and actively about how to express the ideas of digital citizenship with your students and encourage them to demonstrate positive online behavior. Topics discussed in this pathway will include digital literacy, digital foot prints, social media, plagiarism, privacy, copy rights, standards and policy
Six modules that can be completed in about 15 hours in either an independent, asynchronous environment or within a blended session, including