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Social Media as an Educator: Modeling Digital Citizenship Daily Professionally and Personally

Product code: PLS101117
Topics: Digital citizenship

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This webinar recording is from the ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

The Citizen standard in the new ISTE Standards for Educators calls for inspiring students to positively contribute to and responsibly participate in the digital world. While we commonly encourage and advocate for students to positively contribute, responsibly participate and think critically about their digital lives, how are we building the capacity of educators to do the same in their use of social media both personally and professionally? This webinar will explore how educators can model and embody digital citizenship daily.

Presented by the ISTE Digital Citizenship Network.

Authors/Contributors:


Nancy Penchev

Bio: Nancy Penchev is a doctoral candidate at Nova Southeastern University in the Instructional Technology and Distance Education field. Her goals is to bring simple, easy-to-use technology tools to her students and teachers. Currently, Nancy is the Media and Instructional Technology Coordinator for Scheck Hillel Community School in North Miami Beach, Florida. In this role she encourages the love of reading with classes in ECE (preK2-PreK4), teaches media and technology to K-5th grade, and assists teachers and administrators in technology programs and solutions. She also spends her days leading Professional Development, cheerleading the Accelerated Reader program, and planning Literacy Day events around the school. Outside of school you will find Nancy attending and participating in Twitter professional learnign chats with fellow educators. Some of her favorites are #edchat, #edtechchat, #fledchat, and #iaecchat. She also uses her free time to attend webinars on technology, assessment, early childhood best practices, and reading initiatives. Nancy has presented at local, state, and international conferences. Her topics have included Social Studies, Integrating the Arts in the Classroom, Technology Tools, and Successful Online Students. She regularly attends FETC, the Florida Educational Technology Conference.

 

Lauren Villaluz