Digital Readiness Project

Process In the process of making this report, I assessed the digital readiness of a public middle school in Seattle, WA by asking questions based on Ribble’s elements of digital citizenship. I found the school’s Computer Technology Teacher (CTT) and the School Emphasis Officer (SEO) to be willing and able to answer my questions regarding … Continue reading “Digital Readiness Project”

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Digital Education Leadership Mission Statement

  Through my work as a digital education leader, I will: Work toward social and environmental justice by empowering students. (Based on ISTE Standards for Coaches, 5. Digital citizenship, a. Model and promote strategies for achieving equitable access to digital tools and resources and technology-related best practices for all students and teachers) Educators have a … Continue reading “Digital Education Leadership Mission Statement”

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Mission Statement

  Mission: to create a technology rich environment where students, colleagues, and administration can be knowledgeable, competent digital citizens and for students to have access to knowledge expanding technology resources. This mission addresses the need for collaboration and a deeper …

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Digital Readiness: Departmental Views on Addressing Digital Citizenship

What does a “typical” college student looks like? Besides the stereotypical images of a caffeine-fueled, student loan-laded, twenty-something, most people would say that the college student today is very tech savvy.  While it is commonplace to see students carry around a laptop, constantly checking their cell phones, and always connected to social media, do they … Continue reading Digital Readiness: Departmental Views on Addressing Digital Citizenship

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Digital Education Leadership Mission Statement

Teaching how to use technology well is important to me. I believe all students, educators, and professionals have the right to a safe, productive, collaborative, and equitable technology experience regardless of whichever mode of technology they choose to use. Technology offers a multitude of opportunities, however not all opportunities prove beneficial nor promote digital well-being … Continue reading Digital Education Leadership Mission Statement

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Digital Readiness Project

For my Values, Ethics, and Foundations class through Seattle Pacific University’s Digital Education Leadership program I had the opportunity to interview an administrator about digital readiness. For my interview, I talked with the associate director of teaching and learning technology …

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Digital Readiness Project

This quarter in my class, Values, Ethics, and Foundations in Digital Education, one of our assignments was to interview a school administrator about the digital readiness of the district. I chose to interview the district Technology TOSA (teacher on special assignment) of a rural school district of about 4,600 students.  There is one high school, […]

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Digital Learning Mission Statement

  As an elementary technology specialist, I believe in integration, professional development, digital citizenship instruction, the value of teachers, and the importance of digital access for all learners. Five Core Values: Integration           Digital education is most meaningful and effective when it is integrated into the general education classroom and into […]

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