Chapter 9: Developing Digital Fluencies in educators This blog by Helen Kardiasmenos explores digital citizenship for teachers.
Video which delves into what your digital footprints say about you.
Your digital footprint — especially what you say and do on social media — shapes what people will think of you, both now and in the future.
Your digital reputation – it is important that you know what your online reputation looks like and how to fix it.
Video explains the long-term risks of sharing information online.
Video explaining what digital citizenship is.
Example of a Department of Education procedure for teacher's use of ICT systems in QLD.
The Standard of Practice applies the principles of the Code of Conduct to the occupational circumstances of the department. It also provides you with additional, practical ethical guidance on applying the Code's principles, values and standards of conduct to your daily work.
This policy provides principles to empower employees to determine appropriate conduct while using, supporting or participating in social media accounts, platforms and forums in a personal capacity.
A Guideline for Queensland Teachers designed to assist teachers to consider the implications and potential consequences of engaging in certain behaviors with students.
This guide provides an overview of cyber safety for primary students and high school students and how to deliver cyber safety education effectively in schools.
This video tells the story of a photographer who learns to use both Copyright and Creative Commons to accomplish her goals.
Code of ethics for teachers in QLD.
Online esafety education list of resources.
Lesson plan created to explore ways that different digital media are, and aren't, designed to help people make good media choices.
Video about cyber ethics.
Copyright is important for all teachers, students, and bloggers to know about.
Webpage with links to cyber security courses for beginners.
A new skill-building platform that engages learners through personalized content, an active community, and insights across all of your content sources.
In the Teaching with iPad book series, you will discover how to utilise Apple's education apps effectively in your classroom.
The aim of USC ieducate is to provide USC preservice teachers with opportunities to learn more about how to integrate technology and ICTs into teaching and learning.
Pintrest board to assist teachers to integrate Technology and ICT.
This Facebook group is for MIE Lab participants, stakeholders and community members interested in STEAM and using Arduino.
The Bev Babbage Facebook group presents teacher training courses on using iPads in education and also provide in-school training and support.
Brittany Washburn has created a Facebook group for teachers who love using technology in the classroom.
Blog by Jamie Clark which outlines the science of learning, top five tech tools.
This self-audit tool was designed by researchers at USC. It enables teachers and preservice teachers to identify areas of strength and areas for improvement in relation to teaching and integrating ICT and technologies in the classroom.
Watch the video for further information about how to start to develop a personal learning network.
A web guide for educators who are developing their social network and PLN.