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Watch and comment live from this page on August 4, 2014 at 4:00 pm PST

One of the critical roadblocks for teachers interested in student media-making and web-based discourse is concern about safety and behavior online. Moderators, including educators and representatives from Twitter and Common Sense Media, an Educator Innovator partner, examine these issues and more. This is the fifth webinar in the #TeachDoNow series.

Guests for this webinar included:
Matt Williams
Julie Mora-Blanco
Shelly Sanchez Terrell
Rebecca Girard
Kelly Mendoza

Live Chat Archive
Click here to view and download a PDF version of the live chat conversation that happened during the webinar.

TeachDoNow Google+ Community
TeachDoNow blog
PBS NewsHour Extra
Student Reporting Labs
Common Sense Media – Digital Citizenship Resources
Common Sense Media – Digital Passport
Common Sense Media – Educate Families Program
EdWeb’s Digital Citienship Community (PLC)
Edmodo’s Digital Citizenship Community
Specific connections between Technology and Common Core Standards
Keynote: Byte-Sized Potential: Can We Make Citizenship and Compassion Go Viral
Digital Adventures with Avatars (slideshare about avatars and self-image and kid digital footprints)
Byte- Sized Potential category with various posts that focus on supporting students in being responsible and caring digital citizens on social networks like Vine, Instagram, Youtube and Tumblr
It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Network Teens by Danah Boyd
Twitter’s Safety Center
Teacher Reboot Camp
A Platform for Good
The Good Project
Learning.com Digital Citizenship

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