Goal 28: Teach Digital Citizenship #30Goals

Goal 28 of The 30 Goals Challenge 2011

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Goal

Short-term- Write down one aspect of digital citizenship that you think is important to teach students and suggest a resource.

Long-term- Host a workshop on digital citizenship and e-safety to educate parents and fellow staff members.

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Shelly Terrell

Shelly Sanchez Terrell is a teacher trainer, author, and international speaker. She is the host of American TESOL’s Free Friday Webinars and the Social Media Community Manager for The Consultants-E. She has co-founded and organized the acclaimed educational projects, Edchat, ELTChat, The Reform Symposium E-Conference and the ELTON nominated Virtual Round Table language and technology conference. Her prolific presence in the educator community through social media has been recognized by several notable entities, such as The New York Times, UNESCO Bangkok, Edweek, Converge Magazine, the United Federation of Teachers, the 140 Conference, Mashable, English Central, Tefl.net, and T/H/E JOURNAL. Her education blog, Teacher Reboot Camp, is ranked as one of the top 10 language teaching and technology blogs and the 50 best blogs for education leaders. In 2012 find her book, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators published by Eye on Education and participate with over 7000 educators worldwide in this online professional development course that helps educators develop Personal Learning Networks and accomplish social media and teaching goals. Find her on Twitter, @ShellTerrell. Shelly has taught English language learners at various levels since 1998 in the US, Greece, and in Germany. She currently presents and hosts workshops on integrating technology effectively with young learners and adults. Shelly holds an Honours BA in English and a minor in Communication with a specialization in Electronic Media from the University of Texas in San Antonio and an Honours MA in Curriculum Instruction ESL from the University of Phoenix.

5 thoughts on “Goal 28: Teach Digital Citizenship #30Goals

  1. This is a commendable initiative. The notion of Digital Citizenship is considerably broader, but the focus on social networking skills is increasingly important as students get older and closer to the workforce. Better to do it right than try to fix up errors.

    Have you come across real curriculum or support material to make it happen? Something concrete that can be shared?

  2. This is an important goal, Shelly — thanks for your thoughtful video and prompts. Discussing Digital Citizenship and e-safety with students and parents is vital!

    I’m happy to share some resources that we have used to conduct parent-to-parent workshops in the area of e-safety and digital citizenship. We called our workshops “Our Children Online” and have made all of the materials available on a wiki: http://ourchildrenonline.pbworks.com
    The wiki contains just 2 pages: one with ideas for Running a Workshop, and one with Links to Resources.

    Thanks again — and good luck to all parents and educators working in this area.

    @catherinecronin

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