Great Plains Summit: July 16th to 17th, 2020

Good Digital Citizenship is Good Citizenship: Be Internet Awesome

Session Description

Being a good citizen doesn't just take place when you are offline. Almost everyone is on a device during the day at school, work or home. Educating our students (and parents too) about what good citizenship means and what we can do is what this session is about. Come gather resources to use with students, educators and parents about from how to use social media appropriately to being safe online by checking to see if your password is secure. There are a lot of high quality resources already out there that are ready for educators to use, don't reinvent the wheel.
Level: Beginner, Intermediate


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Session Schedule

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Session Presenter

Stacy Behmer
Coordinator of Digital Learning and Media Services
Grant Wood AEA, IA

Stacy is a former elementary and middle school teacher and also spent some time as a district technology director. She is currently the Coordinator of Digital Learning & Media Services from Grant Wood AEA in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she works with a team of consultants providing digital learning support and training to teachers and administrators. Stacy serves on the Iowa Technology Education Connection board which holds a couple of conferences and a series of workshops across the state promoting technology-rich learning environments. She is a Google for Education Certified Innovator, Certified Trainer, GEG Iowa Leader. Stacy enjoys learning from and with teachers and students new ways to incorporate technology in teaching and learning!

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