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Thursday, March 9 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Digital Citizenship: Changing the Trajectory from Policing to Partnership

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This session will present data, research, exemplars, and resources that equip educators to incorporate positive digital citizenship instruction into their lessons.

Participants will engage in a sample lesson activity that incorporates subject-area material to show how this can be done as part of what is already happening in a class.

They also will be prompted with engagement protocols to reflect individually, with a partner, and in small groups throughout the session. With a partner, they will reflect on how to engage students in cultivating a positive digital footprint. Individually they will identify opportunities to integrate online resources to provide positive digital citizenship practice by promoting meaningful and authentic civic, social, or scientific engagement. In small groups, they will reflect on how to move from the urge to police to the challenging work of partnering with an emerging opportunity to reduce the imbalance between media consumption and media creation among today's students.

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Walt Tallman

Digital Learning Coordinator, Wake County Public School System
Walt Tallman works as a Digital Learning Coordinator for Wake County Public Schools. He graduated from Duke University in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in history and secondary education certification and earned a special endorsement in computer education from ECU in 2016. He participated... Read More →

Thursday March 9, 2023 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST