Students will explore how to have a positive digital identity. They will demonstrate their learning by creating a digital portfolio that reflects their personal interests, achievements, and goals
A lesson that teaches Digital Citizenship by providing students and parents Digital Citizenship resources and has the students create a infographic about one specific element of Digital CitizenshipImage by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Preparing students for the world of tomorrow that will be means we need to incorporate more technology in classroom that doesn't simply replace something older, but instead is something you couldn't accomplish without the technology. Before you ask kids to use a brand new technology (to at least some) in a formal assessment, you first need to teach them how to use it and practice it in a low-risk setting so they're willing to try and take risks. iMovie can be used in the classroom to accomplish many tasks - kids can create a virtual gallery of their learning throughout a unit, give a visual and oral report on a topic, become a tour guide to a country they're learning about, create a book trailer for an independent reading or literature circle assignment ... the list is long.