Encouraging Pupil Voice to Promote Digital Citizenship | Primary

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Encouraging Pupil Voice to Promote Digital Citizenship | Primary

This webinar will provide headteachers, senior leaders and teachers with practical advice on guidance on how digital technology can be utilised in overwhelmingly positive, inclusive ways by creating a student voice which aids pupils in identifying their place in the online community.

According to UNICEF’s estimations, one in every three internet users across the world is under 18. Global trends in technology and devices broadly reflect an abundantly clear direction of travel: children and teens are going online more and more. In schools around the planet, online safety is becoming an integral element of the curriculum – and indeed, is a statutory requirement in many territories (including the UK). Teachers are having to consider the best possible ways to develop and implement an education in digital citizenship which is effective and impactful.

In this webinar, Dr Mike Ribble – Director of IT for the Manhattan–Ogden schools district in Kansas – discusses the various tools and resources that can assist this step change, while exploring the vital role of leadership and the significant benefits of involving the whole school community.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gaining an awareness of how members of the school community use technology to improve the educational process

  • Understanding the importance of pupils learning how technology tools can assist them in the school as well as in the wider community

  • Knowing how to advise parents on assisting with their children’s use of technology in appropriate and responsible ways

  • Recognising the value of all of the school’s stakeholders being able to understand and appreciate the need for children to learn technological skills in the classroom

  • Acknowledging the requirement to assist all technology users to be good online community members and appropriate role models for pupils

Dr Mike Ribble

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Dr Mike Ribble

Dr Mike Ribble is Director of IT for the Manhattan–Ogden schools district in Kansas.
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