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ICTI-210: Responsible Digital literacy and Citizenship in the K-5 Classroom


As young children begin to use technology tools to find and share information or communicate with others, it is critical that we teach them how to navigate the Internet safely. They must also learn to act ethically and responsibly when working online to develop necessary skills. Participants in this online technology training course evaluate current practices, research the importance of digital citizenship on 21st century learners, and develop lessons that incorporate digital literacy into the K-5 classroom.

Topics include:
  • Defining the themes of digital citizenship
  • How digital citizenship impacts the 21st century learner
  • How to model best practices in digital and media literacy
  • Rights and responsibilities of a digital citizen
  • Digital literacy in the K-5 classroom

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