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A Progressive Model of Digital Citizenship

New Century LearningA Progressive Model of Digital Citizenship

Creative Commons LicenseNew Century Learning: A Progressive Digital Citizenship Model by Sean Thomas MoroneYWork licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.Based on a work at beyond the scope of this license may be available at

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OverviewPurpose-Story-Metaphor-ResourcesDigital Citizenship Definitions Old & NewABLE ModelIntersects & Connecting Points?Promethean?Coherence

citizenship stznp/

Origin late Latin root Civitatem

1. citizenship, condition of membership in the community and holding rights of a citizen.

2. the character of an individual viewed as a member of society; behavior in terms of the duties, obligations, and functions of a citizen: e.g., an award for good citizenship.

So what then, is Digital Citizenship?

Please Have your say Image source /credit: Sean Thomas MoroneyDigital Citizenship models -past

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Strategies:Slow down, slow it downAdvise students (and teachers) to log-into your self before your devices or gridEncourage the practice of present moment awareness How are you feeling physically?How is the weather outside? Promote mono-tasking, as opposed to multi-taskingFacilitate students looking, listening, and reflecting with one another in person and their environment

Awarehealthymoderatediscerningdynamicflexibleself-regulating Balanced

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Strategies:-Slow down slow them down-Take frequent (tech) breaks, get them stretching, moving, physically -Foster not just active but interactive, face to face work-Promote the art of conversation via cooperative learning-Suggest time out to get and be outdoors -set-up have buddy call systems to encourage this -Introduce timers or built in apps or programs that help self regulate -Propose measuring the amount of time spent on devices daily phone by looking at stats-Offer different kinds of activities which are not strictly digitally related like Maker Clubs, Debate, or MUN -Mentor C&S projects that focus on these sorts of activitiesBalancedlifelong learning skillsseek and researchinformation validation attribution & citation appropriate usepersonal data management security & privacydigital literacy, fluency skills Learnedimage source / credit:

Strategies: address knowledge & skill acquisition proactively co-create a (digital) Learning Agreement with the community as a social compact for use of tech in schoolbuild a digital literacy program for the knowledge economy that aims towards fluency, not just literacy have different milestones for emerging digital literacy such as the passport digital licenses and passports engage peer learning with older students where older, more learned students help teach those youngerLearnedSensitive Sympathetic CompassionateSupportiveCaringKind&Communing embracingempowering

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Strategies: model: be sensitive to students needspromote caring and compassionencourage being supportive and other centered expose to students to such well know concepts Paying Forward empower through Agency focused projects e.g., social entrepreneurship, philanthropy remind students to be a friend to themselves and others and capitalize on opportunities through partner, and peer leanirng activitieswork to intersect other subject fields of curriculum areas e.g., ATL, Pastoral, CA&S, to ensure that the connecting points use research based data to support understanding of the between the relationship between things such as social emotional well-being, self expression and development of academic skills

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Community(all stakeholders)

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Relative QuotesIn kindergarten, you can learn how to be a citizen of the world Jill Lapore

Everyone has an internal compass, but adults need to teach children how to find and use it. Mike Ribble

If one be gracious and courteous to strangers it shows they are citizens of the world Francis Bacon

Weve learned many ways how to teach our kids but where will they learn wisdom? Pilar Quezzaire

If you need information go to Google, if you need wisdom come to me Sugatra Mitra to his children.

As you walk and eat and travel, be where you are. Otherwise you will miss most of your life. Gautama Buddha

Resources materials and information supporting and related to this model and the general subject of Digital Citizenship can be found at the site below:

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