NCCE
Full Day Summit

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship is all about the way we engage in relationships, create community, and share with each other.

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What does a successful Digital Citizenship Program look like and how do we get there?

As educators, we are tasked with teaching 21st Century Learners how to carefully curate their digital identity:

Engage in legal and ethical digital communication

Respect the intellectual property of others

Manage one’s own digital privacy and security

How can a single teacher, librarian, counselor, technology director, or school principal create relevant digital citizenship curriculum alone?

They can't!

That’s where NCCE’s Digital Citizenship Summit can help!

Join Common Sense Media’s, Sue Thotz as she leads a day designed to meet our diverse needs, regardless of your current digital citizenship instructional program.

• Learn from local and national leaders who have gone through the process.

• Connect with educators and expand your professional learning network.

• Be an active participant while learning new social media and digital tools.

• Get the most out of the Digital Citizenship Summit by attending as a stakeholder team.

• Learn about the role of blended learning models, family engagement, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and Positive Behavior Intervention Systems (PBIS) play in digital citizenship programs.

• Leave with takeaways and action steps to implement your refreshed Digital Citizenship program.

Sue Thotz is the Senior Program Manager for Common Sense Education. In 2011, Sue began working for Common Sense in Chicago by partnering with educators and parents to help them create a culture where students use technology in a meaningful, thoughtful, and respectful way. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2014, Sue has provided educational leadership through keynotes, professional development workshops, conference presentations, and consulting with districts across Southern California. Sue holds a master’s degree in public health and an undergraduate degree in zoology and chemistry.

Follow her on Twitter @suethotz

Barbara Huth is the Education Program Manager for Common Sense Education in the D.C. Metro area. She partners with school districts in DC, Maryland, Virginia and beyond to help educators and parents build the foundational digital citizenship skills for kids to utilize technology safely, responsibly and meaningfully. Prior to joining Common Sense, Barbara was a National Board Certified High School Science Teacher. She holds a bachelor’s degree in integrated health studies from Kent State University and a master’s degree in comprehensive science education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Morgen Larsen has over 15 years of teaching experience. She has taught students of all ages, elementary through college level. Morgen holds a B. A. E. from Eastern Washington University in Social Science Education, and a M.S. from Western Governors University in Curriculum and Instruction. Morgen currently serves as Teacher Librarian at Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley.

Follow her on Twitter @MsLibrarianLady

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Jennifer Maydole has been supporting schools and public libraries for 29 years. For 14 years she served as the Instructional Multimedia Coordinator at the North Central ESD in Wenatchee, Washington. For four years she was an independent educational consultant, with her firm Jennifer S. Maydole Visual Communications and Microsoft specializing in the integration of multimedia into the classroom, library advocacy, copyright law and digital citizenship. In August of 2009, she became the Educational Consultant for Mackin Educational Resources, serving Washington, Oregon and Northern California. Jennifer was also on the Board of Trustees, North Central Regional Library for 11 years. The NCRL serves 28 public library branches in 28 cities.

Jennifer has also been on the Board of Trustees, North Central Regional Library for 11 years. The NCRL serves 28 public library branches in 28 cities.

Follow her on Twitter @JennatMackin

Jennifer Maydole

Join us on March 4 for this one day summit!

Summit Only: $300
Summit + Conference: $450 (before Feb. 4th)
Summit + Conference: $500 (after Feb. 4th)

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