Digital Citizenship Foundations
Issued by Concordia University
Develops plans for teaching critical knowledge and skills in digital citizenship to learners of diverse ages [0.25]Additional Details
Two lesson plan drafts (created or revised from existing lessons) that promote both increased knowledge about digital citizenship and concrete skills in digital citizenship. At least one of the lessons includes a challenge to explore the role of volunteerism, promotion social change and/or having a positive impact in the digital world.
A 200-400 word summary/reflection is included at the end of each lesson, explaining how the lesson was built upon current writing and scholarship about digital citizenship. Sources are cited. Specific ideas about the features and nature of collaboration are referenced.
Each lesson plan includes a thorough answer to each of the following questions: Who are the learners? What is the context? What do students need to know or be able to do? What authentic evidence will students need to provide to show that they learned what you wanted them to learn? What resources, activities, guidance and/or experiences will be used to help students learn? How will students get feedback throughout the learning experience? How will I evaluate the effectiveness of this lesson?