Creating a Shared Vision for an Acceptable Use Policy and Digital Citizenship Curriculum

The ISTE Teacher Standard 4 provides four benchmarks for promoting and modeling digital citizenship and responsibility. My focus is to “address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources” (ISTE 2016). My Question How can a school promote …

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Creating Independent & Social Learners

In Teaching in a Digital Age, Tony Bates outlines theories of learning – from traditional, teacher controlled to completely open, in which teachers and students interchange roles. Two of the theories, constructionism and connectivism, facilitate learning environments that foster independent and social …

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