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    CORE Education
    Kirirarautanga | Citizenship
    5 April
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    As Tessa Gray writes in, Kirirarautanga | Citizenship blog post,

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    As educators we want our young people to find that balance, to have a sense of belonging (whanaungatanga) and wellbeing, to be part of safe, respectful, thriving, networked community online, that reflects us as Kiwis on a global stage. As global citizens, we could help positively shape spaces online - where diverse language, culture and heritage would shine. This won’t happen if we don’t actively teach what digital citizenship means to us, both in Aotearoa and a global context.

    How do you promote good digital citizenship in your classroom? Do you want to know how to promote better and safer practices? What is one deliberate act of teaching you pledge to help promote good digital citizenship in your classroom?

    Feel free to share your practice below and be inspired by others as we share, ways to promote digital citizenship in our classrooms.

    Please note: You'll need to join the uLearn discussion group first to contribute.

    Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) Gerd Leonhard technology Key Memes 2017 Futurist Gerd Leonhard's Flickr and Image by Stefan Schweihofer from Pixabay.

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