Digital citizenship summit

Digital citizenship summit

Digital citizenship summit explainer video

Today’s students are digital natives; they grew up in a world that is incredibly linked thanks to technology, and this trend is only going to continue. [1] Children must learn digital literacy as soon as they learn to read, whether they are using a tablet at home or a computer at school.
Digital natives are today’s elementary, middle, and high school students. A digital native (also known as “the net generation”) is any child who is learning to navigate both the physical and digital worlds at the same time. [2] Take, for example, a young student who uses a tablet to access online instructional videos such as Sesame Street. They’re learning how to access and use knowledge online in the same way they’re learning to chat, walk, and eventually read.
Although it may be disturbing to know that today’s children are exposed to so much information at such a young age, being a digital native has some advantages. Digital natives, for example, have access to an infinite amount of knowledge and resources—resources that cover every subject imaginable. Furthermore, since more occupations will require digital skills in the coming years, being familiar with technology at a young age will help children gain an advantage in their future careers.

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The Digital Citizenship Summit is dedicated to improving the way people talk about children and technology.

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A DigCitSummit brings together organisations, educators, business, parents, and students by engaging WITH, not AT, youth; celebrating our common humanity; using technology to do good in your own sphere; and communicating with those who are doing good so that we can build a WE mentality. This multi-stakeholder approach offers the group an opportunity to explore constructive ways to handle social media and technology use. The DigCitSummit’s goal is to find solutions, encourage best practices, and inspire people to be agents of change in the digital world.

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• Participants will gain a greater understanding of digital citizenship (topics/tactics) with potential for further research. • Participants will learn about effective digital citizenship implementation and culture strategies.

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• Participants will develop a strategy and outline next steps for implementing digital citizenship at their organization.
Jamie Nunez is the Western Area Manager for Common Sense Education, where she assists school districts, educators, and parents with digital wellness initiatives. Jamie has been redefining education strategies for over 18 years by researching student online narratives in school settings. Jamie has taught thousands of educators and families on how to incorporate student online identities into learning as a former high school instructor, school principal, and after-school operator. Jamie can be found on the beach showing his 6-year-old daughter how to surf in the cold Pacific Ocean while he is not working.
Tali Horowitz is the New York Education Director at Common Sense Media, where she works with educators and families to help children understand and use media and technology efficiently for learning and life. Her passions include assisting educators and families in successfully navigating the modern world as well as developing cultural competency. She has worked in a number of educational environments, including as an elementary school teacher in the New York City Department of Education and the San Francisco Unified School District, both of which centered on cultivating these interests. She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study culturally sensitive pedagogy in New Zealand in 2013. She enjoys face-to-face encounters with friends and relatives in her spare time.

Digital citizenship summit 2017 international video

New technologies, processes, and channels for engagement and service delivery are changing the way government communicates with the people it represents. The drive for digital government is part of a broader effort by the administration and Congress to modernize, and it puts the onus on agencies to speed up the process of digitizing consumer interactions.
Beautiful architecture isn’t enough to create great user experiences. Intuitive, stable, and scalable tools and experiences are needed. This panel will explore how to integrate key elements of UX into websites and omnichannel communication methods, ranging from human-centered design to user reviews to analytics.
Building a digital government is about more than just people. Agencies have the potential to change the way people engage with government by starting from inside. This panel will delve into the delivery of digital services through government, for both workers and people.

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