Category Archives: Internet safety

Digital Citizenship Summits for Students

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The Digital Citizenship Student Summit is a hands-on event for teams of students. In this fourth year, our comprehensive approach demonstrates how actions can impact the behaviors of self and others. Students will collaboratively create artifacts that support modeling of good digital citizenship. Privacy and legal guidelines, as well as combating cyberbullying and digital addiction will be the focus. Methods and practices for both personal actions and school wide culture will be addressed by practicing digital wellness and modeling positive online behaviors.

Privacy, Protection and Professionalism are key to the success of our digitally connected students today. We have aligned this event to the ISTE Standards for Educators and Students, and the latest research in digital citizenship. Student leadership teams should include one sponsor (administrator, counselor, student council advisor) and a team of 5-7 student leaders so personal and building action plans can be created. Digital Citizenship resources and books will be shared with each school team.

We are offering summits for high school, middle school and elementary students this year.  Click the links below to learn more, and register your student leaders today!


Digital Citizenship Summit for High School Students                        Thursday, September 6

Digital Citizenship Summit for Middle School Students                  Thursday, September 20

Digital Citizenship Summit for Elementary School Students                     Friday, October 5

Digital Citizenship Summit for Middle School Students                          Friday, November 2


Digital Citizenship Summit for High School Students                 Thursday, January 17, 2019

Digital Citizenship Summit for Middle School Students         Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Digital Citizenship Summit for Middle School Students                 Thursday, March 7, 2019

Digital Citizenship Summit for Elementary School Students                Friday, April 5, 2019


Find all our upcoming workshops at edplus.org/pd

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10 Reasons to Attend #DigCitDay17

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Ten Reasons to Attend #DigCitDay17


Expand your Personal Learning Network and engage with other educators, parents and community leaders who are interested in Character & Technology.

The ORIGINAL Digital Citizen, author, international speaker, and The Godfather of the Digital Citizenship Institute, Dr. Mike Ribble will lead us through Digital Citizenship in Action.

The self-proclaimed Book Whisperer, Thinker & Social Media Leader, 10 year old Olivia Van Ledtje will model how #KIDSCANTEACHUS

Award winning local multimedia educator, Don Goble will share how to Develop Citizen Journalists and showcase the Global Student News Network.

Learn how to Hack Digital Citizenship from Future Ready Librarian, Media Literacy and Social Justice advocate, and award-winning author Dr. Kristen Mattson

Increase your Digital Wellness by learning exercises and techniques for staying healthy and safe in today’s technology-rich world.

Author, professor, and international speaker and media literacy guru, Julie Smith will share how to spot FAKE NEWS and become critical thinkers.

Learn how area middle school students have been empowered with Student Voice & Choice to create a DigCit Action Plan for improving digital etiquette and cyberbullying.

Hear how last year’s EdPlus DigCit Day made an international impact by helping connect and catapult the Digital Citizenship Summit in Nigeria.

Area school district Communications Specialists will be sharing their best practices and advice in Public Relations for today’s digital citizens.


Make A Change ~ Make A Difference #DigCitDay17

Register Here!

Digital Citizenship: It’s Common Sense

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In this two day workshop, we will explore the nine elements of Digital Citizenship: Access, Commerce, Communication, Literacy, Etiquette, Law, Rights & Responsibilities, Healthy & Wellness and Security, based on the book, Digital Citizenship in Schools. You’ll walk away with lesson based on the ISTE Standards that you can you immediately. Read more & register here!

 

Don’t miss our other #METCpd this summer!

 

Register before May 9 with promo code METC50 and save 50%! Throughout the month of May use promo code METCpd and save 25%!

Google Mania:  Mini Boot Camp 6/6 – 6/7

Flipping Your Classroom & PD

Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom

Adventures in STEM: Learn To Code 

Google Extensions, Add-Ons & More

Google Mania: Mini Boot Camp 7/6 – 7/7

METC Maker Summer Institute: Empowering Creative Minds

Cool Tools and Free Resources for Teachers

 


 


 

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2015-2016 Edtech Academies

The LearningLab is pleased to share that we have returning plus new year-long academies in place for 2015-2016. Participation in each of these academies includes admittance to the 2016 Midwest Education Technology Community Conference in February for participants! To learn more about the content, dates (each starts in October 2015 and runs through March 2016) and price of each academy, please visit our calendar or click on the infographic below. Registration is now open!

2015-16 edtech academies

See You This Summer

Several instructors from this summer’s line up of edtech programming met today to share and collaborate. We’re really excited to have such a dynamic, diverse group of educators available to share their best practices within their professional learning network. Sessions include working in Google, coding in the classroom, downloading the right apps for your students and digital literacy. To learn more about what is being offered, or to register, visit edplus.org/summer_of_innova.html.

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