Know the ISTE Standards•T 4: Model digital citizenship

To meet the fourth ISTE Standard for Teachers, educators can’t assume that their digital natives will automatically become good digital citizens. It falls on teachers to model good digital citizenship for their students and to actively promote the fine points of online safety, law, ethics and etiquette.

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Post #9: Marketing With Excel: 6 Ways it Can Make Your Life Easier

 Read the article. This article discusses how excel can foster marketing potential. I want you to think about this in terms of “Business.” If you were to start your own business how would excel help you and your business partners keep track of revenue and expenses? Answer the questions below on YOUR own blog.   (Post your reflection by Friday, April 25, 2014 by 5pm). Please respond to a minimum of two other classmates Blog Posts.

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Learn how to use Excel to make your marketing a lot easier to manage and execute.

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Post #8: What does your Digital Footprint say about you?

Read the article. This article discusses how your digital footprint can effective you positively or negatively depending what type of “digital footprint” you have.  .Answer the questions below on YOUR own blog.   (Post your reflection by Thursday, April 17, 2014 by 5pm). Please respond to a minimum of two other classmates Blog Posts.

What does your digital footprint say about you

Questions: 

1) What must you be aware of when it comes to  the dangers of having negative digital footprint?

2) What precautions should you take  considering your “digital footprint” when you have made the decision that you are going to create an account on a variety of social media platforms ?

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Facebook = Good or Bad? – Post #6

Read the article. This article discusses how a group on Facebook lured individuals as young as 13 and raped them. Answer the questions below on YOUR own blog.   (Post your reflection by Friday, April 4, 2014 by 5pm). Please respond to a minimum of two other classmates Blog Posts.

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Questions: 

1) What must you be aware of when it comes to  the dangers of various Social Media platforms?

2) What precautions should you take  when you have made the decision that you are going to create an account on a variety of social media platforms (etc..pinterest, facebook, twitter, and/or snapchat)?

3) What rights and responsibilities do YOU have as “users” to protect yourself from situations like the one in the article?

 

 

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Flickr Perversion: Post #5

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 Read the article. This article discusses how a parent found the “negatives” of the internet and social networking. Answer the questions below on YOUR own blog.   (Post your reflection by Friday, March  28, 2014 by 5pm). Please respond to a minimum of two other classmates Blog Posts.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1guppoyhnqNdFkYsocSdcYegCf9lO_EN0lSBE1hBWi04/edit?usp=sharing

 

Questions: 

1) What must you know about the realities of the Internet in regards to how we deal with the photos (and identities) of our family/friends?

2) What are the benefits of an open vs. a closed reality? Are the benefits of openness (e.g., in regards to our families/friends) worth the risks? And, what are the credible risks? (Posting pictures and content on the internet). 

3) What precautions should we take  in the presentation of your family/friends digital identity?

4) What rights and responsibilities do we have as “users” to protect our digital identities?

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Coach Suspends Entire Team: Post #4

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Read the article. This article discusses how a high school football coach suspended his entire football team because of Cyberbullying. Do you think this was a right decision? Yes or No. Please explain why or why not. Does Cyberbullying play a major role in our school? Does it increase or decrease because of social media? (Post your reflection by Friday, March  21, 2014 by 5pm). Please respond to a minimum of two other classmates Blog Posts. 

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Digital Literacy: Post #2

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Click the link below and read the article about how College Scholarships are being removed from incoming freshman because of what they have posted on their social networking site (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and/or Google).  Explain in 4-5 complete sentences about how this affects you and your future? How would you prevent yourself from “falling” into this trap as you get older and use more and more technology? 

 PS Post your response on your blog by 5pm Friday, March 7, 2014.

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