Full course description
Commitment: Proficiency-Based (estimated 6-8 hours per course)
Number of Semester Units of Professional Development Graduate Level Credit (non-degree applicable) from University of the Pacific: 1 unit
Inspired by the professional work of Amy Fadeji, elementary school principal at Penngrove Elementary School: http://mrsfadeji.blogspot.com/
As educators, we strive to integrate technology into our instruction every day. But how often are we actually learning in an online setting? Now, we invite you to be a professional online learner and participate in SCCOE’s Professional Innovation Pathways. Each course and academy focuses on a unique digital theme, relevant research, and best practices of digital learning.
This course guides administrators through opportunities that can be taken to share news, accomplishments, and milestones taking place at schools. How often are the principal's weekly letter full of business, budget issues, and hot lunch menus? Where are the celebrations, the snapshots in time that really speaks to the good work taking place in your community? Learn tips and tricks to safely utilize social media to share these important occurrences.
You have explored resources and tools available on Common Sense Education and have a strong sense of digital literacy awareness. You have strategically examined CSE's Digital Citizenship K-12 Scope and Sequence and determined a right-fit lesson for your students. You have also joined a Digital Citizenship PLN and curated dig cit videos on YouTube. You have considered strategies to integrate digital citizenship instruction into the curriculum and taught or observed a Digital Citizenship lesson being taught. You have collected valuable student evidence, communicated with families, and reflected on your overall digital citizenship journey in this course.