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April Joy Gascon
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Integration of Digital Citizenship and Responsibility in Instruction

How is it best to promote digital citizenship and responsibility both to teachers & students?

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Raul Ponay

Posted on 5/8/19 7:22:02 AM   Permalink


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​Leading by example. Teachers may not be aware but students could really gauge if teachers are pretending to know certain technology or not.

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William Cortez

Posted on 5/17/19 4:57:10 PM Permalink

​Digital citizenship in the academe must first be practiced at home.

Mervin Go

Posted on 5/16/19 8:19:02 AM Permalink

​Yes! I agree.

Shane Laong

Posted on 5/10/19 3:45:55 AM Permalink

Definitely bookmarking this thread!

Raul Ponay

Posted on 5/8/19 7:22:02 AM Permalink


Best Answer

​Leading by example. Teachers may not be aware but students could really gauge if teachers are pretending to know certain technology or not.

Katherine Rodriguez

Posted on 5/8/19 6:51:59 AM Permalink

We could increase student AWARENESS on Digital Citizenship and Responsibility. For instance, the teacher could develop an activity related to plagiarism. The activity should discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Internet resources and how to use the collected data appropriately.