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Doing Your Civic Duty: Digital Citizenship in High Schools

Use of social media is unavoidable for kids and adults alike. While kids may be savvier than adults in terms of how to use social media, they may not be savvier in terms of using social media responsibly. Teaching Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship encourages students to use social media in socially conscious ways.
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Doing Your Civic Duty: Digital Citizenship in High Schools
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BloomBoard Asks:How have you made your students more responsible digital citizens?
Tammi SiskLower Elementary Upper Elementary Middle School High School Science The Arts Math Foreign Language History & Social StudiesApril 02, 2018
We have adopted a learning model that uses meaningful learning experiences and concept based curriculum that provides students choice so they can own their learning experience. Through the application of the learning model, students are authentically creating, communicating and collaborating in a number of digital environments and many of the projects have a authentic audience that can ask them questions, provide feedback and further help to shape their learning experience. We still do direct teaching of digital citizenship concepts, but the real learning happens as they immerse themselves in meaningful learning experiences.