Tuesday, March 19
10:45 AM-11:15 AM
Sunset 3

Introducing Digital Citizenship to High School Teachers Using Activities with Information Technologies

Full Paper ID: 54140
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    Stephen Adams
    California State University, Long Beach
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    Lesley Farmer
    California State University, Long Beach, USA
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    Fabian Rojas
    California State University, Long Beach USA, and Centro de Investigación y Docencia en Educación

Abstract: Digital citizenship is a multi-faceted topic that involves the responsible use of technology in a community. This paper discusses a variety of strategies for introducing digital citizenship, and it highlights two particular strategies: teacher-created digital podcasts on digital citizenship for use in their own classroom, and discussions using video posts to an electronic discussion board. The paper also presents a study of in-service high school teachers’ video discussions about digital citizenship as part of a graduate course. The study investigates the question, “Which aspects of digital citizenship are of greatest interest to teachers for use in their teaching as evidenced by their video discussions?” An analysis of 17 teachers’ video posts used Ribble's (2015) nine elements of digital citizenship as a framework. Teachers most frequently expressed interest in aspects of digital citizenship related to security, literacy, and etiquette, and emphasized the importance of these topics to their teaching.

Presider: Alison Egan, Marino Institute of Education


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