Social-Emotional Literacies and Digital Citizenship Best Practices
- on Jul 22, 2014
- at 11:00 am–12:00 pm
- by Connected Learning Alliance
How to encourage multi-directional trust (from platforms to people) and empower learners of all ages to use learning resources confidently, effectively & safely.
Tuesday July 22 from 11am-12pm PT (2-3pm ET), we collaboratively explored the growing importance of Social-Emotional Literacies & Digital Citizenship Best Practices.
This webinar was part of a July series called “Building Trust in Connected Learning Environments.” Check out all the details at http://bit.ly/dmltrust.
From this Series:
- Part 1—Why Trust Matters in Connected Learning Environments
- Part 2—Trust Challenges Across Connected Learning Environments
- Part 4—Higher Education as a Trusted Environment for Learning
Guests for this webinar included:
- Anne Collier – Youth/tech news blogger, and Editor of NetFamilyNews.org
- Janelle Bence – Educator at New Tech High @ Coppell in Dallas
- Jessie Daniels – Professor at the City University of New York (CUNY), and FemTechNet supporter
- Anna Smith – Educational researcher, teacher educator & teacher; founder of #literacies chat on Twitter
- Jade E. Davis – Program Coordinator, HASTAC and Digital Media and Learning Competition
Resources for this webinar:
- Aspen Task Force report: “Learner at the Center of a Networked World”
- “Create Trusted Environments for Learning” chapter of the ATF Report
- DML Competition 5: The Trust Challenge (opens September 3)
- #TeachDoNow: “Is Income Inequality a Problem in Our Society?”
- Learner-Created Zeega explaining worth of Civic Engagement and ties to social-emotional literacy
- Learner-Created Zeega discusses value of different platforms and media products to support learning
- #InQ13: Reassessing Inequality & Reimagining the 21st Century: East Harlem Focus (Participatory, Open, Online Course
- [Video] “Racial Internet Literacy” – The way we think about the Internet is stuck in 1994. We need to evolve beyond that.
#ConnectedLearning Discussion on Twitter