Here are three (click through for the rest):
iPad in Education
21st Century Skills for Teachers
Google Launches a Digital Citizenship Curriculum for Teachers
This is an outstanding resource. I highly recommend a closer look!
Below is a list of lessons, and the recommended flow for delivery. Lessons are designed to fit within 50 minute classes, but can be adapted to fit your schedule:
- What Makes YouTube Unique - Basic facts and figures (40 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 1,Slides Lesson 1
- Detecting Lies - (35 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 2, Slides Lesson 2
- Safety Mode - (5 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 3, Slides Lesson 3
- Online Reputation and Cyberbullying - (45 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 4, Slides Lesson 4
- Policy - The Community Guidelines (20 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 5, Slides Lesson 5
- Reporting content - Flagging (20 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 6, Slides Lesson 6
- Privacy part 1 - (40 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 7, Slides Lesson 7
- Privacy part 2 - (50 minutes) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 8, Slides Lesson 8
- Copyright - (40 mins) - Teacher’s Guide Lesson 9, Slides Lesson 9
- Additional resources/Appendix including parent resources - Teacher’s Guide Additional Materials, Slides Additional Materials
You often hear people talk about how technology is so “engaging” for kids. But that misses the point. It’s not the technology that’s engaging, it’s the opportunity to use technology to create something that is valued by the community and by yourself. Yes, a new device can be entertaining for a while, but when the novelty value wears off, what are you left with?
Engagement is not a goal, it’s an outcome of students (or anyone) doing meaningful work. Meaningful to themselves AND to the community they are in. Meaningful because someone trusted them to do something good, and they shouldered the responsibility. This is not something you DO to kids or you GIVE kids, it’s the outcome of this cycle of experiences.
1. You can hear 25+ voices behind you and know exactly which one belongs to the child out of line.
2. You get a secret thrill out of laminating something. …
3. You walk into a store and hear the words “It’s Ms/Mr.> _________” and know you have been spotted.
4. You have 25+ people that…
And stealing pictures on the internet