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Nom URL Adresse Année de création Public cible Aspects ciblés de la citoyenneté Concepteur Description
All-New Digital Citizenship Curriculum https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/curriculum États-Unis 2019 Enseignants nétiquette Common Sense Education «Looking for new and engaging digital citizenship resources? Common Sense Education has an all-new Digital Citizenship Curriculum free to all schools. The revamped curriculum helps prepare this generation of young learners to critically develop the skills and habits of mind as they face dilemmas in the digital world.»
Réfléchissez avant de partager https://habilomedias.ca/sites/default/files/tip-sheet/reflechissez-avant-partager-guide.pdf Canada 2013 Secondaire et Collégial cybersécurité et protection des renseignements personnels Conseils de Facebook et MediaSmarts «Lorsque vous partagez des choses qui vous concernent – qu’il s’agisse d’une photo, d’une vidéo ou de renseignements personnels tels que votre numéro de téléphone – gardez à l’esprit qu’elles pourraient facilement être vues par des personnes à qui vous ne souhaitez pas les envoyer. Rappelez-vous aussi qu’il n’est pas sage de partager des renseignements lorsque vous êtes très émotif(ve) (que vous soyez fâché(e), triste ou enthousiaste). Retrouvez d’abord votre calme, puis évaluez s’il s’agit réellement d’une bonne idée. »
Staying safer online https://beconnected.esafety.gov.au/topic-library/essentials/safety-first Australie Parents cybersécurité Australian Government «Martin is a retired firefighter and father of two. Martin can see the potential benefits of using technology, but despite tackling fires for many years, he finds the online world terrifying. Watch as Martin is helped by his son to overcome some of his fears by understanding better how to be safer online.»
Digital Etiquette https://www.brainpop.com/technology/digitalcitizenship/digitaletiquette/ New York Primaire nétiquette Brain Pop «Mind your manners! This isn’t just advice for bratty kids in the real world anymore, since online communication has completely changed the way we interact with one another!»
The Lester B Pearson School Board Citizenship Program http://dcp.lbpsb.qc.ca/fr-ca 1925 Brookdale Ave Dorval, QC, H9P 2Y7 Canada Primaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique The Lester B Pearson School Board «Notre mission est d’aider les membres du milieu de l’enseignement à devenir des utilisateurs qui font un usage sécuritaire, éthique et responsable de la technologie. Pour que la technologie devienne un outil d’apprentissage, pour créer, user de pensée critique, collaborer, diffuser, chercher et faire partie de leurs pratiques quotidiennes.»
The Top 3 Elements of Student Digital Citizenship https://edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2018/06/top-3-elements-student-digital-citizenship Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 2018 Enseignants cybersécurité Mike Ribble «Now that we have technology in our classrooms, communities and homes, parents and educators are likely asking themselves, “How do we help children effectively use digital tools?” As technology leaders, our goal should be to help our students become their best selves online. Digital citizenship is the answer.»
Helping children stay safe when talking to others online https://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/articles/helping-children-stay-safe-when-talking-to-others-online 105 Phillip Street, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Enseignants et Parents cybersécurité NSW Department of Education «Online messaging and chat are popular ways for children and young people to communicate. There are several things you can discuss with children to help keep them safe. With the rise in popularity of messaging apps and digital communication, young people often keep in touch online. It is common to worry about their safety, but by setting boundaries and expectations, you can help to guide their use.»
LE PARFAIT KIT POUR ENSEIGNER LA CITOYENNETÉ NUMÉRIQUE https://ecolebranchee.com/le-parfait-kit-pour-enseigner-la-citoyennete-numerique/ Québec 2014 Enseignants utilisation responsable du numérique École Branchée «Pas toujours évident d’enseigner l’importance du mot de passe, la sensibilité des informations qu’on publie en ligne et autres aux jeunes du primaire. Un enseignant du Nebraska propose une idée bien concrète à ce sujet!»
CITOYENNETÉ NUMÉRIQUE http://citoyennetenumeriqueeet.weebly.com/uploads/8/9/5/0/8950783/infolettre_citoyennet%C3%A9_num%C3%A9rique.pdf Yukon 2016 Enseignants utilisation responsable du numérique Comission scolaire francophone du Yukon «Que signifie être un bon citoyen en 2016? À l’ère où la technologie est omniprésente dans le quotidien d’un très grand pourcentage de la population, mais surtout en constante évolution, un bon citoyen se définit par ses comportements en société, mais aussi par ses actions et sa conduite dans le monde numérique. L’enseignement de ce comportement à adopter en ligne doit passer par les parents, la société, et inévitablement par l’école.»
The Change You Want to See https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/the-change-you-want-to-see États-Unis Secondaire inclusion sociale par le numérique et utilisation responsable du numérique Common Sense Education «Research shows that happiness in life is less about what you do and more about why you do it. When your actions have purpose, they lead to positive results -- both for you and the world. Help students use the power of the internet to turn their personal passions into positive impact.»
Social Media https://www.brainpop.com/technology/digitalcitizenship/socialmedia/ New York Primaire éducation aux réseaux sociaux Brain Pop «Sharing is caring—especially when it comes to social media! These online platforms make it easy to find content that matches your interests and to stay connected with friends.»
Young and eSafe https://www.esafety.gov.au/educators/classroom-resources/young-and-esafe Australie Secondaire utilisation responsable du numérique eSafety Commissioner «Short videos and web content designed to help young people create a positive online world and reinforce respectful and responsible online behaviour.»
Educators: Help parents talk to their kids about tech https://www.iste.org/explore/educators-help-parents-talk-their-kids-about-tech États-Unis 2020 Enseignants et Parents utilisation responsable du numérique Carrie Rogers-Whitehead «The average public school student in the U.S. spends about 6.5 hours in school a day, 180 days a year. That may seem like a lot, but it pales in comparison to time spent outside of school. In fact, over the course of a year, students are in school only 15% of their time.»
Educational Leadership in an Online World: Connecting Students to Technology Responsibly, Safely, and Ethically https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1011379 Australie, Kentucky, Minnesota 2013 Enseignants et Parents cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique Mike Ribble, Teresa Northern Miller «The current gap in technology knowledge and lack of leadership preparation related to digital literacy for school environments can cause serious problems, as school leaders, parents, and broader social communities are currently realizing. »
Digital Citizenship Project http://scarlettdigitalcitizenshipproject.weebly.com/ 500 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States 2013 Primaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique University of Michigan School of Education, Scarlett Middle School English Language Arts «The digital citizenship project began in 2013. The project is a collaborative project developed by the education technology instructors at the University of Michigan School of Education and the Scarlett Middle School English Language Arts instructors. The project is an IB (International Baccalaureate inquiry unit). The curriculum for the project is drawn from CommonSenseMedia, the International Baccalaureate Learner Profiles, Common Core State ELA Standards (via CommonSenseMedia alignment), ISTE Student NETS Standards, and the Ann Arbor Public Schools ELA learning outcomes. The students spend 2 to 3 school days participating in the project. The students work in purposeful teams (facilitated by the University of Michigan teaching interns) to develop digital posting guidelines around being safe, responsible and empathetic online. Their conversations continue in their ELA classes where they focus on digital citizenship as part of their word generation units. »
Children under 5 https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents/children-under-5 Australie Parents cybersécurité eSafety Commissioner «The eSafety Early Years program provides advice on how parents and carers can support young children to have safe and enjoyable experiences online.»
Information Privacy https://www.brainpop.com/technology/digitalcitizenship/informationprivacy/ New York Primaire protection des renseignements personnels Brain Pop «The Internet is a fun place--but it can also be dangerous. Spammers, hackers, and identity thieves lurk in the corners of the World Wide Web, waiting to grab unsuspecting users’ personal information. In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby show you how you can keep yourself safe by keeping your personal information private!»
Online ressources https://www.brainpop.com/technology/digitalcitizenship/onlinesources/ New York Primaire crédibilité des sites Web Brain Pop «The Internet is a treasure trove of information. But look out—some of it might be fool's gold! Luckily, Tim and Moby have the tools you need to determine whether a source can be trusted. »
Making our schools safer online https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-us/blog/making-our-schools-safer-online Australie Enseignants cybersécurité eSafety Commissioner «The safety of children at school has always been a prime concern of parents, teachers and school leaders. As the mother of three school-age kids, I understand this implicitly. But safety at school has become much more complicated in recent times, thanks to the internet, which can enable a single incident to ripple outwards and have consequences for the entire school community.»
Social Media Literacy for Change – sml4change http://www.eun.org/documents/411753/2161560/sml4change_presentation_letter_school_final_2409.pdf/4ff4e0da-9ecd-4fea-955c-c918daec272b Bélgique 2018 Enseignants éducation aux réseaux sociaux European Schoolnet «The sml4change project is coordinated by European Schoolnet in line with its Digital Citizenship agenda, with the support of a network of 34 Ministries of Education.1 The project is co-funded by the European Union, under the Media Literacy for All pilot programme. 2 As part of the project, European Schoolnet will co-create a multilingual Social Media Literacy MOOC for Change, which will run on the European Schoolnet Academy in 2019. 3 The MOOC will help participants to understand the current social media landscape, to identify social media challenges as they emerge (e.g. cyberbullying, online hate speech, online radicalisation), and to adopt a participatory whole-school approach when devising possible solutions. »
How to teach digital citizenship https://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/articles/how-to-teach-digital-citizenship 105 Phillip Street, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Enseignants nétiquette NSW Department of Education «There are lots of resources available for teachers who want to keep up to date with the current issues facing users of digital technology. Below you can find examples of relevant apps, situations and online experiences that you can use when teaching and discussing digital citizenship in your classroom.»