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Student Safety & Digital Citizenship

Overview

This course contains all of the SimpleK12 award winning webinars on this subject area. Inside these webinars, you'll find substantial content and real-life examples to inspire your students and enhance your classroom. Many of the world's top teachers, administrators and education experts choose the Teacher Learning Community to build their 21st century skills and learn best practices... it's great to have you with us!

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Contents

  • Student Safety & Digital Citizenship
Jump Start Your Digital Footprint
Have you ever Googled yourself?more...
Creating Global Citizens with Meaningful Blogging
How would you like to invite the world into your classroom and expose your students' writing to an authentic audience?more...
Cyber-Bullying, What Every Teacher Should Know
Today's kids have grown up digital.more...
Exploring Digital Citizenship: Teaching Copyright Issues
As an educator, you no doubt know the importance of teaching students the importance of being good digital citizens, but sometimes knowing all the "rules" and how to teach them can be a bit tricky - especially when it comes to copyright.more...
Social Networking with Students and Parents: It's Safer Than You Think
Many of us are all too aware to the prevalence of social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace and the attraction they hold for many of our students.more...
The Language of Peer Aggression: Recognizing and Defusing Bullying
Peer aggression and bullying remain hot topics in the media with school shootings, high profile bullying and cyberbullying cases, and major plotlines on televisions shows such as "Glee.more...
Net Smart: How to Thrive Online
How can we use digital media so that we become empowered participants rather than passive consumers; grounded, well-rounded people rather than multitasking neurotics?more...
Stay Connected and Keep Your Privacy with Google Voice
In this age of connectivity, parents and colleagues often expect more immediate access to teachers.more...
Top 10 Mistakes Teachers Make When Using Technology and How to Avoid Them
When you use technology with your class, do you think that you are you using it correctly?more...
Using Critical Thinking Skills to Separate Fact from Fiction on the Internet
Do your students sometimes have difficulty separating fact from fiction and distinguishing good sites from bad on the Internet?more...
Do These Digital Natives Truly Know How to Use the Internet?
Your technology-savvy students may think that they know how to use the Internet - but do they know how to use it safely, effectively, and ethically?more...
Digital Citizenship for Your Digital Natives
Are your digital natives good digital citizens?more...
Creative Commons: Creating Better Digital Citizens
Being a good digital citizen is important, but all too often when students find pictures or other works online, they fail to understand what they can re-use and what they can't.more...
Make Teaching Easier and Learning Fun with Edmodo
Social networking sites hold great allure for many students and make it easy to communicate with lots of people at once, but many of them have too many privacy and safety concerns for classroom use.more...
Curators of Knowledge: Students' New Role in the Digital Collaborative Classroom
In the digital, collaborative classroom, it has become increasingly important that students become curators of knowledge.more...
Little Girls Can Be Mean: Strategies for Addressing Bullying by Young Girls
While the physical altercations and bullying by boys is sometimes more visible, mean behavior on the part of girls and their emotional bullying can be just as damaging.more...
Foster Digital Citizenship and Engage Your Students with Social Media
Students often get motivated by social media more than anything else, so why not engage them and spark their enthusiasm with some of the same social media tools they enjoy every day?more...
How to Engage Students Online: Increase Participation and Improve Discussions
This webinar is sponsored by Collaborize Classroom.more...
Sustaining Academic Integrity in an Online Environment
Maintaining academic integrity in an online environment requires a comprehensive approach.more...
Cite This: Two Free Tools that Make Citing Sources Easy!
Are you frustrated with the citations and bibliographies that students turn in - or worse yet, that they fail to turn in?more...
Navigating Social Media Policies: One School's Journey
Navigating social media policies and guidelines can be challenging for many educators.more...
Create a Safe, Secure Social Learning Network for Your Classroom
Have you been looking for a safe social learning network that you can use in your classroom?more...
Create a Safe Space Online: Online Discussions (Part 1)
In this session we will discuss the importance of establishing a safe space online to ensure that online student conversations are respectful and supportive.more...
How to Be A Viral Educator
Educators are spreading the word of the incredible ways they are motivating and engaging their students.more...
Crisis Management: Communicating and Staying Connected to Staff, Parents, and Students
Communicating and staying connected during a crisis - whether it is a natural disaster or man-made - is critical for 21st century school leaders.more...
Explore Cyberbullying: Strategies for Identifying and Dealing with Cyberbullies
Face-to-face bullying can make anyone's life miserable, but victims of "good old-fashioned" bullies can often physically remove themselves from the situation.more...
Girls Getting Meaner: Strategies for Dealing with Middle and High School Bullying
Adolescence is a time when girls are known for cliques, relational aggression, and social exclusion.more...
How to Discuss Tragedy with K-6 Students
From destructive natural disasters to senseless school shootings, the need to help students understand, make sense of, and deal with tragedy is becoming increasingly common.more...
Nonviolent Intervention: Preventing a Student's Behavior from Escalating
Have you ever wanted to try and intervene before the meltdown of a student escalated into more destructive behaviors, such as hitting or chair throwing?more...
Prevent or Defuse Bullying: Strategies for Reining in Bullying
How many times have you heard a child counseled to ignore being picked on, to toughen up, or to fight back?more...
School Safety and Crisis Management: Planning and Training for an Emergency, Part 1
Does your school or district have an effective plan in the event of a school crisis, and if so, has the staff been well-trained in how to respond and implement that plan in the event of an emergency?more...
School Safety and Crisis Management: Planning and Training for an Emergency, Part 2
Does your school or district have an effective plan in the event of a school crisis, and if so, has the staff been well-trained in how to respond and implement that plan in the event of an emergency?more...
School Safety and Security: Recognizing and Minimizing Risks, Part 1
The safety and security for both staff and students is of paramount importance to many schools and districts, but has your school or district done all it can to assess and help eliminate potential risks?more...
School Safety and Security: Recognizing and Minimizing Risks, Part 2
The safety and security for both staff and students is of paramount importance to many schools and districts, but has your school or district done all it can to assess and help eliminate potential risks?more...
School Safety: Managing a Crisis Situation, Part 1
How a school plans for and responds to a crisis situation can be crucial to determining the outcome of that situation.more...
School Safety: Managing a Crisis Situation, Part 2
How a school plans for and responds to a crisis situation can be crucial to determining the outcome of that situation.more...
School Safety: Recognize and Assess Potential Threats
An important goal of creating a safe school climate is recognizing and assessing the level of potential threats and, if at all possible, preventing acts of violence before they occur.more...
The Lowdown on Bullying: Understand and Identify Bullying
Do you, like many people, think bullying consists primarily of older boys targeting younger children?more...
7 Steps to Creating Social Media Guidelines
In an age when students and teachers are using social media on a daily basis, schools and districts need to craft guidelines that protect students and teachers but also allow for flexibility.more...

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