The Digcit Institute view digital citizenship as an action, something that we need to practice and do every single day. In today’s interconnected world, this is our opportunity to put global education into practice to empower others to become change makers for using tech for good in local, global and digital communities.
For Digital Citizenship Week the Digcit Institute is partnering with The Global Write
Plant The Seed - Unpack Your Thinking
This week at The Global Write we are going to be critically creative in our Writer’s Notebook using an idea from the website https://www.inspiringinquiry.com/learningteaching/toolsstrategies/visible-thinking
Looking at the video and the graphic below join the Digcit Institue to make an impact. Lets use the Peel The Fruit Thinking Routine. You may like to use the template provided.
- What do you see, observe or notice about the information displayed in the graphic?
- What questions or puzzles do you have?
- What connections can you make to your life?
- What are the different perspectives displayed?
- What is the graphic really about what does it what us to know? and why?
Here is my 4 Peel the Fruit Thinking – Bronwyn Joyce The Global Write Creator
Using the above ‘I am a Digital Citizen’ information graphic. In 100 words describe what is a digital citizen in your words. Remember to use your Writers Notebook to sketch, record research or innovate your ideas. Use lots of descriptive words and finally, make sure you upload your work to The Global Write Gallery.
Elementari #UseTech4Good message is proactive and they are looking forward to seeing what you create, as well as becoming IMPACTORS in your own school communities. You can use the information below to help guide you.
- Your prompt is to create a 2d or 3d piece of art work.
- You artwork must follow the theme – How do you use technology for good?
- Explain how it relates to the digital citizenship theme.
- Take a photo or scan and enter by October 24th.
- Post your photo to The Global Write gallery
See full curriculum teaching and learning here https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/we-the-digital-citizens
Colouring pages from Common Sense Education