Go Google Yourself!
Go Google Yourself! Building Your Online Legacy
When was the last time you “Googled” yourself? What will I find if I “Google” your name? In a world where we are being “Googled” how do we model and build our online professional presence?
In this session we’ll talk about how to create a positive Digital Presence and take control of your Digital Legacy. We’ll consider various elements of Digital Citizenship (such as the “Power of the Like” and “Anonymous vs Private”) and ideas for how we can integrate these elements of citizenship into our work with students.
A variety of digital tools and teaching strategies will be shared to support this learning journey for both teachers and students. Examples are intended to be highly portable and transferable – something you can try tomorrow in your classrooms and schools.
Participants will be encouraged to build a professional digital portfolio that highlights their career as an educator and models a positive digital presence for students and to consider ways to integrate elements digital citizenship into their daily work with students.
Self-Directed Learning Module http://bit.ly/PB4TDigCit
Julie’s Pinterest Page: Digital Citizenship & Digital Citizenship Videos
Great people and organizations to follow on Twitter – Twitter List: Digital Citizenship
Article: How to Tackle Digital Citizenship During the First 5 Days of School
Supporting Resources with Links to Activities – http://bit.ly/startdigcit
Example Doc: Class Online User Agreement by Diana Hale @dianahalezoux
Poster: Think Before You Click & French Poster by @MrsGeekChic
Website: Digital Footprints by Chris Clementi @kidsnetsoft
Article: Let’s Switch Questioning Around (The Outsiders Example)
Lessons: OSAPAC Digital Citizenship Lessons
Study: Realities of CyberParenting (The Power of the Like)
News Article: Boston Red Sox slugger Pablo Sandoval benched for ‘liking’ women on Instagram mid-game
Video: Amanda Todd
Study: Media Smart: Life Online
Video: The Internet knows where your cat lives and you should be worried
News Article: Being Bad Luck Brian: When the meme that made you famous starts to fade away – The Washington Post
News Article: How viral meme helped save Success Kid’s dad’s life
Blog Post: Internet Memes and the Right to be Forgotten
News Article: Alex from Target: The Other Side of Fame
Google Site Template: Elementary ePortfolio
Ted Talk Video: Monica Lewinsky. The Price of Shame (Ted Talks)
Tweet Sweet Campaign tweetsweet.ca
Article: Valedictorian Made A Secret Instagram Account To Write A Personal Note To All 657 People In His Clas
Video: My Digital Stamp
General Resources & Sites
Media Smarts http://mediasmarts.ca/
OSAPAC – Digital Citizenship Resources https://osapac.ca/ccpalo/
TALCO Digital Citizenship Project http://www.talcoontario.ca/digital-citizenship/
InCtrl – Digital Citizenship Curriculum http://www.teachinctrl.org/
Common Sense Media – K-12 Scope & Sequence https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/scope-and-sequence
Google Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum http://www.ikeepsafe.org/educators_old/more/google/
South West Grid Digital Literacy and Citizenship http://www.digital-literacy.org.uk/Home.aspx
Lester B. Pearson School Board – Digital Citizenship Curriculum (Quebec) http://dcp.lbpsb.qc.ca/