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Course 4: Teachers Academy Course – Digital Citizenship

Product code: ONLDCA1
Topics: Assessment, Curriculum, Digital citizenship, Professional learning, Standards
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$60.00 Non-member price
$54.00 Member price

The Digital Citizenship Academy is a series of self-paced modules.

How can teachers help students become responsible digital citizens if they don’t get adequate professional learning about digital citizenship themselves? Technology is changing how educators teach and students learn. These new tools provide many innovative avenues for creativity, but they also raise new challenges that teachers must now address.

This course fosters an understanding of the local and global issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture. Educators will begin to identify how to advocate, model and teach safe, legal and ethical use of digital information and technology. By creating a repository of ideas and best practices related to digital citizenship, teachers will be better prepared to address these issues in the classroom. 

This course features both video and written examples of lessons and plans for focusing students on the positive use of technology in the classroom while decreasing behavioral issues. The course will cover topics such as copyright, intellectual property, learner-centered strategies for providing equitable access, digital etiquette and responsible social interactions.

Find out more about ISTE's Digital Citizenship Academy Series.

Purchasers have one year access from the date of purchase to complete the courses. At the end of each course, participants can download a certificate of Professional Learning hours.

No refund policy for online courses. ISTE can transfer enrollment to another ISTE online course if unsatisfied with the initial purchase course.

If you wish to register more than one person, please call ISTE Customer Support at 1.800.336.5191 or +1.541.302.3777.


Mike Ribble

Bio: Mike Ribble has served as a classroom biology teacher, a secondary school administrator, a network manager for a community college, and a university instructor. He received a doctorate in educational leadership from Kansas State University. He is also co-author of the best-selling Digital Citizenship in Schools (ISTE, 2007) and author of Raising a Digital Child (ISTE 2009).