Digital Education: Mission Statement

My Mission is To: Model and promote the responsible, legal, and ethical use of technology through my personal actions.   Equip all students with the tools necessary to survive and thrive in our increasingly digital world. Share technological wisdom and best practices with fellow teachers via formal or informal mentorship. Use technology to bridge gaps […]

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Meaningful connections between digital citizenship and math education (EDTC 6101, Digital readiness project)

It stretches my thinking to imagine how Ribble’s (2013) nine elements of digital citizenship can be meaningfully incorporated into math education. Digital citizenship is a concept that relates respecting, educating, and protecting yourself and others while in an online world through nine elements: digital etiquette, digital access, digital law, digital communication, digital literacy, digital commerce, … Continue reading “Meaningful connections between digital citizenship and math education (EDTC 6101, Digital readiness project)”

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Digital education leadership mission statement (EDTC 6101)

Mission My mission, as a digital education leader and future college mathematics instructor, is to be a resource of knowledge about technological tools and ethical considerations regarding technology for my colleagues and students. To do this, I need to be fluent in both the common and research-based technologies used in mathematics education, and in the … Continue reading “Digital education leadership mission statement (EDTC 6101)”

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