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Helping Your Students Learn to be Digitally Responsible

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It only takes a few seconds to post a picture, tweet, video, or comment online, but how often do our students stop to consider the consequences of their actions? How often have you heard accounts of how a thoughtless, rude, or inappropriate post has led to unfortunate or serious consequences? Join Jerry Swiatek as he shares how educators can help their students learn to be digitally responsible online. In addition to covering why it's important, he will discuss some of the types of transgressions students make on various types of social media and how their actions can affect them not only now, but in the future. Jerry will share some suggestions and resources that you can use to help show them how to be digitally responsible.

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Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Citizenship
Last aired on: Thursday, November 12, 2015 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Citizenship, Social Media
Tags: digital citizenship, digitally responsible, inappropriate posts, online safety, social media

Reviews (17)

Full Member
Excellent and clearly stated.
Full Member
Very good information, thank you!
Basic Member
Great resources and tips.
Basic Member
Very helpful information.
Full Member
Awesome webinar.
Full Member
Great insight and reminders
Great presentation. A topic that all teachers should know, but often need to be reminded of the importance. It is up to us to help teach digital citizenship! I plan to add this to my beginning of year activities as a reminder to students to open up that conversation you mentioned.

Full Member
Once again, good points and great presentation.
Full Member
I feel that many teachers first response is to ban the technology, rather than to learn how to use the technology.
Full Member
Once again Jerry does not disappoint. Good information!
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