4.7 Social Networking and Digital Citizenship


During this topic I learned several new classroom strategies about social networking and digital citizenship. I didn’t realize that there were so many ways for teachers to implement social networking in the classroom. While researching I found a great site called Twiducate. It is a site created by teachers for the classroom. On Twiducate, students enter the class code, post their projects, and comment on each other’s work. Students must adhere to the digital citizenship, which was the second strategy that I learned this week. Digital citizenship has nine components: etiquette, communication, literacy, access, commerce, law, rights & responsibility, health & wellness, and security. Teachers must instruct students on digital citizenship and post them in the classroom as a reminder.

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