Exploring Digital Citizenship, Digital Identity & Connected Learning

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Keynote presentation for Halton Catholic District School Board given on November 18, 2011 in Oakville, Ontario.

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<ul><li>1.Exploring Digital Citizenship, Digital Identity &amp;Connected LearningDr. Alec CourosHalton Catholic District School BoardNovember 18, 2011</li></ul> <p>2. #hcdsbcouros.wikispaces.com/hcdsb 3. digital citizenship 4. Faculty Prole 5. http://www.ickr.com/photos/will-lion/3974469907/ 6. The Blur 7. Life Stream 8. eci831.ca 9. context 10. ChangesEarly Day of PC in Schools Todays Social/Mobile Reality 11. Mobile Reality 12. media stats (2010) 107 trillion emails (89% spam), from 1.04 billion users. 255 million websites 1.97 billion Internet users 152 millions blogs 600 million Facebook users (sharing 30 billion pieces ofcontent per month) 2 billion videos watched on Youtube daily 5 billion photos hosted on FlickrStats as of January 2011 via Royal Pingdom 13. Just as the telephone, automobile, andairplane reshaped our society in the first half of the twentieth century, the new digitalinfrastructure is beginning to reshapeinstitutions in the twenty-first. John Seely Brown20 14. youth &amp; social media 15. Maria Aragon 16. In July 2003, the students family led a $250,000 lawsuit against the family of four of his schoolmates.The lawsuit stated in part that he had to endure, andstill endures today, harassment and derision from hishigh-school mates and from the public at large. 17. (digital) citizenship 18. Digital Citizenship is a concept whichhelps teachers and technology leadersunderstand what students should know to use technology appropriately. But DigitalCitizenship is more than just a teaching tool, it is a way to prepare students for a society full of technology. (Ribble) 19. cyber-safety(digital citizenship 1.0) 20. Sexual predation is a concern ...existed before the Internet, but isoverblown by the media. Bullying &amp; harrassment are the mostfrequent threats faced by minorsboth online and ofine. 21. be cautious with what you shareand who you share withonline or ofine 22. Easily Copied Instantly SharedEasily Edited Viewable by Millions 23. PRIVATE by DEFAULTPUBLICwith EFFORT 24. CONTROLFEARPREDICTABILITY VULNERABILITY 25. BYOD 26. http://www.ickr.com/photos/admitchell08/2574455073 27. info/media literacy 28. no longer just consumption... 29. Best Job in the World 30. On Digital Video Ten years ago, not one student in a hundred, nay, one in a thousand, could have produced videos like this. Its a whole new skill, a vital and important skill, and one utterly necessary not simply from the perspective of creating but also of comprehending videoStephen Downes communication today. 31. network literacy 32. Network Literacies Understanding hownetworks work is one ofthe most importantliteracies of the 21stcentury. (2010)@hrheingold 33. PoliticsHoward Rheingold http://www.anduro.com/calgary-mayor-race.html 34. Services 35. Reputation 36. Shared ProjectsDear Photograph:Thank you for everything we had. 37. Human Connections 38. God bless you and your familythrough this difcult time. 39. My best attempt, I onlyremoved the tubing, leftcolors and levels alone. Iam sorry for your loss. 40. I color corrected theskintones a bit as well. 41. minor lighting, a 6 x 4 crop for printing in standard size &amp;removed some of the background.well done fellow redditors !!!! 42. Hope nobody thinks this is in poor taste... please acceptmy warmest wishes and deepest sympathy for your loss. 43. Fixedthechair 44. OK black background gone. Sorry it took so long, hadto start over. Thanks again to wahoorob for doing thehard part. 45. Sorry for the late help. I wentfor simplicity. Enjoy - and Ihope you remember her well. 46. (digital) identity 47. The average digital birth of children happens at about 6 months.In Canada, US, UK, France Italy, Germany &amp; Spain ... 81% of children under the age of two have some kind of digital prole or footprint. 48. Cisco just offered me a job!Now I have to weigh the utilityof a fatty paycheck againstthe daily commute and hatingthe work. 49. From: http:// www.blogherald.com/2009/08/22/drunk- pictures-on-your-facebook-prole-think- again/ 50. The three main reasons why people were not hiredafter their profile was checked were: Candidate posted provocative or inappropriatephotographs or information 53 percent Candidate posted content about them drinking orusing drugs 44 percent Candidate bad-mouthed their previous employer,co-workers or clients 35 percent 51. But Social network profiles havehelped candidates as well... 52. inspirations 53. considerations 54. transition 55. Personal Learning Network 56. examples 57. Example #1.1: Power Of (Global) Audienceps22chorus.blogspot.com 58. Example #2.1: Utilizing Networks 59. Example #2.2: Utilizing Networks 60. Example #2.3: Utilizing Networks 61. Example #2.4: Utilizing Networks 62. Example #2.5: Utilizing Networks 63. Example #3.1: Teaching/Learning Online 64. Example #3.2: Teaching/Learning Online 65. Example #3.3: Teaching/Learning Online 66. Example #4.1: PD Anytime, Anywhere 67. Example #4.2: PD Anytime, Anywhere@jgates513 68. there are thousands of examplesbut this is not the norm 69. big ideas 70. Sharinghttp://www.ickr.com/photos/dolmansaxlil/4802611949/ 71. Identityhttp://www.ickr.com/photos/jaumedurgell/740880616/sizes/l/in/photostream/ 72. http://www.ickr.com/photos/will-lion/3356252350/ 73. Relationships 74. @shareski 75. Dont limit a child to yourown learning, for he was bornin another time. ~Tagore http://couros.ca couros@gmail.com@courosa </p>

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