Turning digital natives into digital citizens for ESL teachers
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DESCRIPTIONOur students are digital natives and, as such, are fully familiar with the tools they need to "live" online, but sometimes things go wrong because they need help with the rules they need to observe to become responsible and respectful digital citizens. Let's help them!
- 1. Turning digital natives into digital citizens Aexalevi 2013 annual convention Universidad del aconcagua Mendoza, argentina November 1-2, 2013 Brbara paola garca www.madaboutelt.com
2. Digital natives 3. the first generation to grow up after the arrival and rapid dissemination of digital technology from the last decades of the 20th century (Prensky 2001:1) 4. Native speakers Of technology, fluent in the digital Language Of computers, video games and the Internet (Prensky 2006:8) 5. used to the twitch-speed, multitasking, random-access, graphics-first, active, connected, fun, quick-payoff world of their video games, mtv, and internet (Prensky 2001:5) 6. Raise your hand if you grew up seeing any of these 7. Their superhoeroeshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-WxtQnwSbE 8. Their superhoeroeshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-WxtQnwSbE 9. Our superheroeshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSN0BfUr5ac 10. Our superheroeshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSN0BfUr5ac 11. They were born in a digital world They are fluent with technologyBut sometimes some thingsgo wrong 12. Denuncia 1: Me estaf con un piso de luna Denuncia 2: Me escribi pu...to 13. http://sipse.com/mexico/maestra-humilla-a-su-alumna-por-ofenderla-en-twitter-video-50414.html 14. http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2013/05/star-wars-kid-ghyslain-raza-explains-why-he-didnt-kill-himself/ 15. They know thetoolsLets help them with therules 16. Digital citizenshipResponsible & appropriate use of technology PRIVACY AND SECURITY IDENTITY AND REPUTATION RELATIONSHIPS INFORMATION LITERACY *Other areas include digital access, health, law and financial literacyDIGITAL CONDUCTInternet safety 17. Internet safety choosing safe and appropriate websites NOT TRUSTing PEOPLE YOU DONT KNOWUNDERSTANDing online dangers: identity theft, phishing, online stalking SEEKing help or advice from an adult 18. PRIVACY AND SECURITY ProtectING personal information Identifying information that is private Creating effective usernames and passwords Understanding our own and others right to privacy 19. IDENTITY AND REPUTATION Building a positive online reputation ThinkING about the potential consequences before posting or tagging Understanding the trail left by digital activity: Digital footprint Being aware of FAKE identities AND aVATARS 20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE2Ru-jqyrY 21. NAME Jova Song GAME Second Life NAME Uroo Ahs GAME Lineage IINAME Rurouni Kenshin GAME Star Wars Galaxies http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow 22. NAME Charmaine Hance OCCUPATION Housewife 23. NAME Choi Seang Rak OCCUPATION Academic 24. NAME Jason Rowe OCCUPATION None 25. RELATIONSHIPS Understanding the impact of hostile cyber actions (cyberbullying) Taking steps to prevent and stand up (blocking people, reporting abuse)Understanding the importance of social, Collaborative learning 26. INFORMATION LITERACY Conducting effective searches Evaluating online sourcesUsing online material ethically: citing sources, requesting permission SOCIAL MEDIA AND CREATIVE RIGHTS 27. Starting discussionshttp://digitalcitizenship.net/uploads/ISTECompass.pdf 28. Becoming awarehttp://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au 29. Becoming awarehttp://mediasmarts.ca 30. Becoming awarehttp://pbskids.org/old_license/ 31. Becoming awarewww.commonsense.org 32. INVITING REFLECTION 33. Making commitments 34. The bottom line isthey are still kidsand they need Nurturing, guiding adults 35. Lets stand by them and help them through the challenge Of becoming responsible and Respectful Digital citizens 36. Thank you! Barbara paola garcia @madabouteltFIND THIS PRESENTATION and the resources discussed here at WWW.MADABOUTELT.COM 37. REFERENCES Prensky, : (2001) Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants. Part 1. On the Horizon. Vol. 9 Iss: 5, pp.1 6. Ribble, M. & G. Baiely (2004) Digital Citzenship in Schools. New York: ISTE. Ribble, M. & G. Baiely (2005) DEVELOPING ETHICA DIRECTIONS. LEARNING AND LEADING WITH TECHNOLOGY. VOL 32:7. RETRIEVED FROM WWW.ISTE.ORGIMAGE ATTRIBUTION Digital natives at work by Gerard Bierens on Flickr Digital natives Intercambio de fotos by Jamjar on Flickr