Tag Archives: Digital Citizenship

Bullying and Cyberbullying in Schools Online Course University of Wisconsin-Stout

EDUC 656 Bullying and Cyberbullying in Schools

Online Course 2 semester hours graduate credit
Instructor: Shannon Mersand
Spring: EDUC 656 930 January 17 – February 24, 2017

Source: www.uwstout.edu

This important and timely class helps you create a safe learning environment for your students. Learn how to prevent bullying in both face to face and online settings.


This course is a must for new and veteran educators who wish to get new ideas to build positive, safe and respectful school cultures.


Digital Citizenship Summit 10/28/2016

The DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP SUMMIT is the only global network of summits and projects focused on the safe, savvy & ethical use of social media and tech. We take a multi-stakeholder participatory approach in order to solve problems and promote best practices. We are bringing together people, community organizations, and businesses to be the digital change., building insights and sharing perspectives. We support a culture of positive digital citizenship; less on what not to do, and more on cultivating digital citizens that are educated, empowered, and engaged.

Source: www.digcitsummit.com

San Francisco & Virtual: Attend this meeting of the minds. Free virtual attendance, limited number of face to face seats. #digcitsummit  10/28/2016

CyberWise | No Grownup Left Behind! Online Safety | Parents/Teachers

We make it easy for you to learn about online safety, digital citizenship, privacy, reputation management, sexting, cyberbullying and more so you can help kids embrace technology safely and wisely.

Source: www.cyberwise.org

Our children live in a ‘Brave New World”.  Muster your courage to learn the essentials of digital citizenship to better understand how to guide the young minds we tend.

ISTE 2016: ED TECH 10 Hot Topics

What’s hot in ed tech? Surprisingly – or not surprisingly, depending on your point of view – the most compelling topics among educators who embrace technology for learning and teaching are not about the tech at all, but about the students. And that’s a good thing.

Source: www.iste.org

ISTE 2016, as always – will be a hot spot for anyone involved in teaching and learning!