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Nom URL Adresse Année de création Public cible Aspects ciblés de la citoyenneté Concepteur Description
Promeneurs du Net https://www.promeneursdunet.fr/ France Enseignants et Parents cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique - Créer, maintenir le lien, écouter, conseiller, soutenir : les Promeneurs du Net, c’est une autre manière d’être en relation avec les jeunes sur Internet.
Netecoute.fr https://www.netecoute.fr/ France Primaire et Secondaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique Netecoute.fr Net Ecoute est le numéro vert national destiné aux enfants et adolescents confrontés à des problèmes dans leurs usages numériques.
Labsolu - Atelier de création numérique https://www.feep.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/FEEP_Memoire-Strategie-numerique_Nov-2016.pdf Fédération des établissements d’enseignement privés, 1940 Boul Henri-Bourassa E, Montréal, QC H2B 1S30 2016 Secondaire utilisation responsable du numérique Nancy Brousseau «Le Collège Saint-Paul vise à développer la création, l’esprit critique, mais aussi l’initiative en travaillant la pensée créatrice, le prototypage et la collaboration virtuelle afin de permettre aux élèves de devenir des citoyens actifs et habilités dans le monde numérique de demain.»
What Is Digital Citizenship (& How Do You Teach It)? https://www.aeseducation.com/career-readiness/what-is-digital-citizenship 312 East Walnut St. Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17602 800-220-2175 2014 Enseignants nétiquette - «Digital citizenship applies to “those who use the Internet regularly and effectively,” according to Karen Mossberger (et al) of the Massachusetts Institute for Technology. As a result, there’s a major difference between good digital citizenship and bad digital citizenship.»
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.»
Why is Digital Citizenship Important? Even for Youngest Kids https://edtechreview.in/trends-insights/insights/1331-why-is-digital-citizenship-important-even-for-youngest-kids A5 3rd Floor Shankar Garden (Vikaspuri) Delhi, New Delhi, India, 110018 2014 Enseignants et Parents utilisation responsable du numérique Prasanna Bharti Addressing the 21st century skill of digital citizenship is important; to help students to learn, communicate and collaborate safely and responsibly. Being a best digital citizen in the community includes having email etiquette, reporting and preventing cyber bullying, learning how to protect private information, etc.
Digital citizenship is more important than ever https://www.iste.org/explore/digital-citizenship-more-important-ever États-Unis 2020 Enseignants et Parents utilisation responsable du numérique Mike Ribble «A lot has changed since Digital Citizenship in Schools was first published. But one thing has remained constant: the importance of teaching students how to respect and protect themselves and others online.»
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.»
How to empower — not scare! — parents about technology https://www.iste.org/explore/digital-citizenship/how-empower-not-scare-parents-about-technology États-Unis 2020 Parents utilisation responsable du numérique Carrie Rogers-Whitehead «It’s a very stressful experience to have an audience member stand up, say you’re wrong and walk out in the middle of your presentation. Fortunately, that’s only happened to me once, but when I teach parents about digital citizenship, I sometimes get very negative responses.»
DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP IN EDUCATION ISTE resources help you bring digital citizenship to the classroom in meaningful ways https://www.iste.org/learn/digital-citizenship États-Unis Enseignants utilisation responsable du numérique Richard Culatta «Digital citizenship is about much more than online safety — or a long list of don’ts. It’s also about the do’s that help create thoughtful, empathetic digital citizens who can wrestle with the important ethical questions at the intersection of technology and humanity.»
5 Videos That Get Teens Thinking Critically About Media https://www.commonsense.org/education/articles/5-videos-that-get-teens-thinking-critically-about-media États-Unis 2019 Secondaire cybersécurité et éducation aux réseaux sociaux Eisha Buch, Common Sense Education «Given the influence of media on our daily lives, it's important to give high schoolers opportunities to reflect on the media they encounter and create, and to think about how their actions online might affect others. Teens are ready to tackle complex digital citizenship topics like understanding online hate speech, how much screen time is too much, and ways to communicate with people who disagree with you. »
Digital Passport™ by Common Sense Education. https://d1e2bohyu2u2w9.cloudfront.net/education/sites/default/files/tlr-asset/document-bundled-educator-guide-92018.pdf États-Unis Primaire nétiquette et cybersécurité Common Sense Education Digital Passport is an interactive learning tool for grades three to five that teaches the basics of digital safety, etiquette, and citizenship. Students learn foundational skills from online games and videos while deepening their learning through additional wraparound content. This guide provides an overview of Digital Passport and each mini-game, additional downloadable classroom materials, and recommendations on aligned Digital Citizenship lessons.
Cours sur la citoyenneté et la sécurité numériques https://teachercenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship/preview États-Unis Enseignants cybersécurité Google for education Capsules sur divers aspects de la citoyenneté numérique
Digital citizenship starts with the person not the tool! https://www.iste.org/explore/Digital-citizenship/Digital-citizenship-starts-with-the-person--not-the-tool%21 États-Unis 2019 Primaire nétiquette et utilisation responsable du numérique Carrie Rogers-Whitehead «Why do we do what we do? It's an age-old question. From getting too close to a fire to getting online excessively, our decisions aren't always good for us. There is a model for understanding that irrational, sometimes frustrating, human behavior. It's prevention science, which looks at risk factors that influence unhealthy behaviors and protective factors that mitigate or prevent those behaviors.»
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.»
We Are Civil CommunicatorsHow can we communicate with civility online? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/we-are-civil-communicators États-Unis Secondaire communication, éducation aux réseaux sociaux et inclusion sociale par le numérique Common Sense Education «When we talk about our personal beliefs and politics, passions can run high -- especially when we're online. These intense moments can often lead to tit-for-tat insults, or worse. But, if addressed calmly and coolly, they can be an opportunity to find common ground and deeper understanding. Teach students to keep disagreements civil so their ideas will be heard and so they can advocate for positive change.»
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.»
Connecting with Digital Audiences https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/connecting-with-digital-audiences États-Unis Secondaire communication et éducation aux réseaux sociaux Common Sense Education «What you say, and how you say it, often depends on whom you're talking to, both in person and online. The person or people you're chatting with -- and the apps or websites you're using -- affect how we communicate. Remind your students to consider their audience before they post or comment online, and help them build community and communicate effectively in the digital world.»
That's Private! What kinds of information should I keep to myself when I use the internet? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/thats-private États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education Staying safe online is a lot like staying safe in the real world. By helping a Digital Citizen sign up for a new app, students learn about the kinds of information they should keep to themselves when they use the internet -- just as they would with a stranger in person.
This is me https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/this-is-me États-Unis Primaire empreinte numérique Common Sense Education From selfies to social media, many of us create unique online identities for ourselves, and our students are no different. But do kids always understand how others might perceive what they post? Help your students think critically about the online identities they're creating.
Keeping Games Fun and Friendly How can I be positive and have fun while playing online games, and help others do the same? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/keeping-games-fun-and-friendly États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education Social interaction is part of what makes online gaming so popular and engaging for kids. Of course, online communication can come with some risks. Show your students how to keep their gaming experiences fun, healthy, and positive.