60 minute interactive presentations - may be adapted to shorter or longer timeframe. Can be delivered in person or virtually.
Intro to ISTE Standards (Presentation) Get to know the educational technology standards that are designed to empower student learning and ensure that learning with technology is a student-driven process.
Digital Citizenship 101 (Presentation) Lately, “digital citizenship” has become somewhat of a buzz term in education but is still clear as mud to most teachers. This session de-mystifies digital citizenship and focuses on “the why” of teaching our kids to be positive digital citizens.
This Isn’t Your Grandma’s Digital Citizenship (Presentation or Keynote) It’s time to explore a new way of thinking about digital citizenship that empowers students to use and learn with technology in ways that are both effective and healthy. It’s time to give #digcit a facelift so that teachers, students, and parents get excited about teaching kids to thrive in digital spaces.
Powerful Technology Integration Starts and Ends with Digital Citizenship (Presentation or Keynote) Digital citizenship is often discussed at the beginning of the year as a precursor to technology-integrated instruction to help prevent technology missteps. But what might happen if we viewed #digcit not only as foundational, but also as a north star guiding our technology-infused pedagogy?How could this perspective change the face of digital-age instruction?
Digital-Age Instruction: Edvolving Education (Presentation or Keynote) Most educators agree that the digital-age requires different skills, behaviors, and habits of mind to be effective and successful. Let’s “edvolve” by expanding our view of literacy and citizenship for the digital age.
The Intersection of Digital Citizenship and Equity (Keynote) For years, technology has been hailed as the great equalizer. But is it, really? How is technology creating opportunities to level the playing field? Are they working? How do digital skills play a role in academic and civic success? And what does digital citizenship have to do with it?
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2-2.5 hour hands-on, learner-centered workshops are delivered in person. Most workshops can also be delivered virtually.
Diving In to the ISTE Standards Calling All Innovators! In this workshop, participants will explore, unpack, and fall in love with the ISTE Standards for Students. Whether new to using technology in the classroom, or an “old pro” at it, teachers will be better equipped to teach with technology when they embrace the standards that put teaching and learning first, technology second, and students right in the center.
Creating a Classroom Culture of Positive Digital Citizenship #DigCitCulture Effective digital leaders don’t want to just “check a box” for digital citizenship; they want it to be engrained in the culture of the classroom and school. In this workshop, participants learn about the 7 keys for creating a classroom culture that promotes, models, and guides responsible and healthy technology use.
Under Investigation: Fake News and Beyond #MediaLiteracy Fake news. It’s hard to ignore the prevalence of this term and the societal implications of it. How can we teach kids to critically evaluate media, news, and information they find online? This workshop challenges teachers to identify “fake news” and explore strategies for fostering media and news literacy in their classrooms.
Fostering Social Media Savvy Students #SocialMediaUse Today’s youth have responsibilities that most adults of a certain age are glad we didn’t have. Navigating social media in responsible and healthy ways is a tall order, yet our students don’t know life without the existence of social media. This workshop presents relatable strategies to help guide students’ social media use.
There’s No “Oops” Button #DigitalFootprint What are the consequences of posting anything and everything on the internet? Can students really lose scholarships or college admittance over social media posts? This workshop delves into the concept of privacy and how today’s youth attempt to maintain it, as well as strategies to help students consider their “digital footprint” that don’t include scare tactics.
Am I OK? #DigitalHealthAndWellness How does technology use make you feel? This question lies at the heart of digital wellbeing. In this workshop, participants will investigate their own relationship with technology and examine concepts like addiction, social media jealousy, and digital mindfulness. We’ll also discuss ways to help our students adopt healthy digital habits.
Is it Stealing or Sharing? #IntellectualProperty #Copyright Just because technology makes it possibly (and easy!) to copy, paste, use, and share content, doesn’t mean that we are allowed to do so! This workshop challenges participants to examine their own practices using and sharing content and presents resources and strategies to integrate these skills into lesson plans teachers are already using.
Becoming a Data Savvy Citizen #DigitalIdentity #DataPrivacy Some say that data privacy will be the most important issue win the next decade. For many of us, this data collection and privacy stuff is, frankly, a little befudding. This workshop aims to de-mystify data privacy and engage participants in the examination and reflection of their own personal and professional digital privacy practices.
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