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Cultivating a #DigCit State of Mind

Product code: PLS41917
Topics: Digital citizenship

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This webinar recording is part of the Spring 2017 ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on April 19, 2017 at 4 Pacific, 7 Eastern.

Teachers want a simple way to teach digital citizenship and often rely on packaged curricula that allow them to feel they can “check digital citizenship off the list.” This session will show you how to infuse digital citizenship naturally in everything you do without making it an extra or add-on. #DigCit is a mindset, not a curriculum unto itself.

Presented by the ISTE Digital Citizenship Network.


Nancy Watson

Bio: I hold a Master of Library Science and a Master of Education, and am beginning my 11th year as an Instructional Technology Specialist. I co-wrote the Digital Citizen curriculum for ISTE/Metiri’s digital learning pathways series, and I am serving as co-chair of ISTE’s Digital Citizenship PLN for 2017-2018. Passionate about digital citizenship, digital literacy, and digital equity, I created CLICK, a website of student-created technology tips, to help bridge gaps in digital literacy (see http://tinyurl.com/pisdclick) and to give students of any age a place to contribute positively in a digital space. I am proud to be a Google Certified Educator and a Google for Education Certified Trainer and Innovator (#LON17 – huzzah!). I have presented on a variety of topics at the Region 10 Tech Conference, ASCD-Texas, Texas Google Summit, TCEA, and ISTE.


julie paddock

Bio: Julie Paddock is a former Elementary and High School Teacher and current Instructional Technology Coach. She has worked for 7 years in this field in addition to being a technology leader in her schools. She holds a master’s degree in Learning and Technology as well as her CETL (Certified Education Technology Leader) certificate. She is also a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. Julie continues to refine and work on digital citizenship and digital literacy in a variety of ways in her school district and beyond. She has presented in her school districts and other venues including The Northwest Council for Computers in Education conference (NCCE 2017) as well at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE 2107) “ I believe technology can help students and teachers have rich educational experiences, allowing them to learn in and outside of the classroom, and to manage their own learning in a way that is seamless and productive.”