For: School Administrators, Teachers

Resource Type(s): Professional Development, Publication, STEM in schools

Subject(s): Science, Technology

Modern science learning requires the use of digital tools and a shift in teaching philosophy and pedagogy. The backbone to this shift rests in a skill that is often unaddressed: digital citizenship.

This month, the NSTA blog discusses the Digital Citizen standard where “students (will) recognize the rights, responsibilities, and opportunities of living, learning, and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act and model in ways that are safe, legal, and ethical.”
Science teachers must create a classroom culture that prepares students for a world of transparency and permanence. The skills that students develop through the Digital Citizen standard will benefit their lives far beyond the classroom walls.

Visit the NSTA website for a short video and a post about how teachers can cultivate technology skills in their students through Digital Citizenship.

 

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