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Tuesday, April 23

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Monday, January 21

  1. page Moving Forward - OPD and More edited ... Online PD --Sophia Stone {OPD_BUBBLE.jpg} At today’s Leading Innovation 2012 Summer Boo…

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    At today’s Leading Innovation 2012 Summer Boot Camp for Technology Enabled Initiatives, you’ve had an engaging and immersive learning experience filled with collaboration, hands-on activities, and reflection. Today you explored and examined the components of planning and implementing strategic and effective Common Core and Essential Standards to technology enhanced learning environments. Together with your colleagues, you’ve collaborated and discussed strategies for implementing technology-enabled learning. This Summer Boot Camp has provided you with time to engage with your colleagues, reflect on, and consider the strategies, tools, and resources necessary to deliver effective technology-enabled learning. There has been tremendous new learning that occurred on this energy-packed day!
    By attending this Boot Camp, you are better prepared to leverage web-based tools, resources and best practices to enhance your teaching, and to impact student learning, leveraging technology in both the English and math content areas. As you plan to return to your schools and districts with this increased knowledge, it's time now to consider your critical area of needs in professional development, both online, and face-to-face. You've made the connections, let's consider your professional development needs going forward!
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Thursday, October 4

  1. page Online reputation edited I. Digital Reputations within a Digital Culture A school's digital culture, or culture in gener…

    I. Digital Reputations within a Digital Culture
    A school's digital culture, or culture in general has a lot to do with the etiquette and attitudes of the administration and teachers toward different aspects of the school, their peers and the students. Just as in the physical world, reputation is important within digital environments, and it is just as easy if not easier to discover or share damaging material. We
    What's Your Internet Rep?
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    communications media. Awareness and responsible use of digital media must also occur for educators to retain and model responsible behavior online.
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    Let's watch this video to get more information on how to keep our digital rep clean:
    Turn Your Students into Digital Citizens--What "Rules" stand out to you?What best practices stand out for you?
    Controlling Your Online Reputation with “The Grandma Test”
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    and controlling ayour digital past.
    Ways to Control your Rep!
    Post positive information in your searchable profile.There are many items that you can add to your online profile that might be looked upon favorably by employers and can help your online reputation. Try posting items about yourself that support your professional qualifications, details that illustrate your creativity, items that show you have solid communication skills and positive references from others.
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    Monitor what can be found about you online. Search for yourself on the popular search engines. You may have been “tagged” in a picture that is searchable that you were unaware of.
    Don't mix business and leisure online. Set up different profiles for your professional network and your personal network. Or, set up a LinkedIn profile for your professional network, and give only your friends access to Facebook.
    II. Be a Model in Digital Society
    Brainstorm how you plan to spread the concept and maintenance of digital reputations to your teachers and students. While digital reputation can be, in large part, a personal matter, how all those who work and learn within your school must be aware of how they interact and provide information to the digital world. Suggestions: a digital poster, lesson plan template, or professional development to share with everyone. Brainstorm these ideas collectively using the tool: Popplet.
    *If all members want editing access, they will have to register for Popplet, and be granted editing privileges
    Popplet Video Tutorial
    While Brainstorming, consider the following questions:
    How can you build a culture of responsible use and awareness of digital reputations within your school?
    Define effective ways in which to reach teachers and students with this information.
    What current resources can you pull from to build professional development, or classroom lessons around digital reputation?
    How can we encourage our everyone involved (administrators, teachers, parents, students, etc) to protect their digital reputation to prevent or deter cyberbullying or scandal for our schools, staff, and students?
    When you are done, add what you have built by copying the link of your Popplet, and pasting into a sticky note on our Edistorm page. Feel free to look through and provide feedback on your peer's work!
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-Day One EdistormDay One Edistorm
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-Day Two EdistormDay Two Edistorm
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-RETURN to the Digital Culture Home PageRETURN
    RETURN to the Digital CultureCItizenship Home Page
    Resource:
    21 Things for Students
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Monday, October 1

  1. page Online reputation edited What's Your Internet Rep? We I. Digital Reputations within a Digital Culture A school's digit…

    What's Your Internet Rep?
    We
    I. Digital Reputations within a Digital Culture
    A school's digital culture, or culture in general has a lot to do with the etiquette and attitudes of the administration and teachers toward different aspects of the school, their peers and the students. Just as in the physical world, reputation is important within digital environments, and it is just as easy if not easier to discover or share damaging material. We
    all want
    ...
    communications media. Awareness and responsible use of digital media must also occur for educators to retain and model responsible behavior online.
    {http://www.designofsignage.com/application/symbol/hands/image/600x600/hand-point-right-2.jpg}
    Let's watch this video to get more information on how to keep our digital rep clean:
    Turn Your Students into Digital Citizens--What "Rules" stand out to you?What best practices stand out for you?
    Controlling Your Online Reputation with “The Grandma Test”
    Remind yourTeachers and students thatneed to be aware they're not
    ...
    details for cutekitten2012@idiotmail.comcutekitten2012@mail.com is not
    ...
    best colleges isare highly competitive
    ...
    and controlling youra digital past.
    Ways to Control your Rep!
    Post positive information in your searchable profile.There are many items that you can add to your online profile that might be looked upon favorably by employers and can help your online reputation. Try posting items about yourself that support your professional qualifications, details that illustrate your creativity, items that show you have solid communication skills and positive references from others.
    ...
    Monitor what can be found about you online. Search for yourself on the popular search engines. You may have been “tagged” in a picture that is searchable that you were unaware of.
    Don't mix business and leisure online. Set up different profiles for your professional network and your personal network. Or, set up a LinkedIn profile for your professional network, and give only your friends access to Facebook.
    RETURNII. Be a Model in Digital Society
    Brainstorm how you plan to spread the concept and maintenance of digital reputations to your teachers and students. While digital reputation can be, in large part, a personal matter, how all those who work and learn within your school must be aware of how they interact and provide information to the digital world. Suggestions: a digital poster, lesson plan template, or professional development to share with everyone. Brainstorm these ideas collectively using the tool: Popplet.
    *If all members want editing access, they will have to register for Popplet, and be granted editing privileges
    Popplet Video Tutorial
    While Brainstorming, consider the following questions:
    How can you build a culture of responsible use and awareness of digital reputations within your school?
    Define effective ways in which to reach teachers and students with this information.
    What current resources can you pull from to build professional development, or classroom lessons around digital reputation?
    How can we encourage our everyone involved (administrators, teachers, parents, students, etc) to protect their digital reputation to prevent or deter cyberbullying or scandal for our schools, staff, and students?
    When you are done, add what you have built by copying the link of your Popplet, and pasting into a sticky note on our Edistorm page. Feel free to look through and provide feedback on your peer's work!
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-Day One EdistormDay One Edistorm
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-Day Two EdistormDay Two Edistorm
    I. Fair Use, Creative Commons & Copyright-II. How to spread Copyright and Fair Use Understanding?-RETURN to the Digital Culture Home PageRETURN
    to the Digital CItizenshipCulture Home Page
    Resource:
    21 Things for Students
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Wednesday, September 12

Thursday, June 28

  1. page Moving Forward - OPD and More edited ... Online PD {OPD_BUBBLE.jpg} At today’s Leading Innovation 2012 Summer Boot Camp for Tech…

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    At today’s Leading Innovation 2012 Summer Boot Camp for Technology Enabled Initiatives, you’ve had an engaging and immersive learning experience filled with collaboration, hands-on activities, and reflection. Today you explored and examined the components of planning and implementing strategic and effective Common Core and Essential Standards to technology enhanced learning environments. Together with your colleagues, you’ve collaborated and discussed strategies for implementing technology-enabled learning. This Summer Boot Camp has provided you with time to engage with your colleagues, reflect on, and consider the strategies, tools, and resources necessary to deliver effective technology-enabled learning. There has been tremendous new learning that occurred on this energy-packed day!
    By attending this Boot Camp, you are better prepared to leverage web-based tools, resources and best practices to enhance your teaching, and to impact student learning, leveraging technology in both the English and math content areas. As you plan to return to your schools and districts with this increased knowledge, it's time now to consider your critical area of needs in professional development, both online, and face-to-face. You've made the connections, let's consider your professional development needs going forward!
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    This face-to-face institute is a multi-day event for Instructional Technology Facilitators, Lead Teachers, and Professional Development Facilitators. Featured sessions include instruction in web tools, digital citizenship, PD scaffolding for technology enhanced curricula, and sessions on iPad and digital device applications to meet the capacity building needs of your school/district. The feedback you offer today on your critical needs will heavily impact what is offered this fall!
    Interested in early bird updates and registration, contact Jaclyn Bellat jlbell@ncsu.edu
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