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Digital Literacy and Citizenship: Growing Up in a Connected CultureProject CornerstoneUnpacking the Power of Media9/23/11


Common sense media takes a comprehensive approach to media education
Common Sense Media takes a comprehensive approach to media education

Rate:Library of over 14,000 Common Sense Media ratings and reviews

Educate:Advice and issue education for parents, educators, and young people

Advocate:Respected nonpartisan voice - to national policymakers, the media industry, legislators and thought leaders


Digital literacy and citizenship essential 21st century skills
Digital educationLiteracy and Citizenship: Essential 21st Century Skills

Digital Citizenship

Safety and Security

Outcome: Kids who think critically, behave safetlyand participate responsibly


Scale education

Source: dana boyd, Taken Out of Context, 2008


Anonymous education

Source: danaboyd, Taken Out of Context, 2008


Replicable education

Source: dana boyd, Taken Out of Context, 2008


Searchable education

Source: dana boyd, Taken Out of Context, 2008


Persistent education

Source: dana boyd, Taken Out of Context, 2008



Basic Rules of the Road education

Embrace their world

Encourage balanced use

Monitor media as best you can

Choose age appropriate media


Teach media literacy skills education

Take advantage of teachable

moments

Teach kids to ask the who, what,

when, and how questions

Point out all the ways

marketers target them


Protecting Personal Privacy education

Explain that nothing is

really private

Keep passwords private

Set up privacy settings


Creating Identity education

Explain that the identity they

create today could haunt

them tomorrow

Talk about risky behavior

Discuss accountability


Respecting Others education

Only post or tag with permission

Apply the Golden Rule

Avoid forwarding texts, etc.


Parent media education program overview
Parent Media Education Program overview education

  • Comprehensive library of online resources available for FREEfor schools to educate parents

  • Flexible action plan

  • Materials in English and Spanish

  • Surveys

    • Parents

    • Students

    • Educators

  • Communication templates

    • Posters

    • Letter from Principal

    • Newsletter Article

  • Parent education materials

    • Tip sheets

    • Videos

    • Discussion guides

    • Power Point slides and scripts

    • Family Media Agreements


Curriculum approach in a nutshell

Goal education

To enable and empower kids to be safe, respectful and responsible

Balanced tone and research based

Celebrate positives, avoid perils

Collaborated with the Harvard School of Education

Modular and flexible

Low tech + high tech options

45 minute lessons

Extension activities

Student-centered and developmentally appropriate

Engaging and fun, great graphics

Whole Community

Students, parent/caregiver, teachers

Access for all and standards aligned

Free online at www.commonsense.org/educators

Common Core, NETS, AASL

Curriculum Approach in a Nutshell

http://traveltotravel.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/nutshell.gif


Rings of responsibility
Rings of Responsibility education

Community

Friends and

Family

Self


Safety and security
Safety and Security education

Going Places Safely

http://www.youtube.com/user/CommonSenseMedia



Research information literacy
Research & educationInformation Literacy


Integration ideas

Beginning of the year education

Part of community building

Links with classroom norms and rules – eg: how do we stay safe in the classroom? W hen moving around the school? When going online?

Integrating with core curriculum

During technology introduction/period

Prior to field trip/beginning research, etc

Cyberbullying toolkit for parents and educators

www.commonsense.org/cyberbullying-toolkit

Integration ideas

http://traveltotravel.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/nutshell.gif


Engaging and educating parents and families
Engaging and educating parents and families education

  • Introduce to classroom curriculum

    • Curriculum overview letter

    • Strand overview letters

  • Distribute materials in person or electronically

    • Tip sheets

    • HW

    • Parent/teacher curriculum videos

  • Partner with parent association to distribute information and facilitate school wide presentations and conversations

    • Workshops scripts and slides

    • Parent videos

    • Tip sheets

    • Discussion guides


Contact info merve lapus 415 553 6746 mlapus@commonsense org www commonsense org educators
Contact info: educationMerve [email protected]/educators


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