Heterogeneous Jigsaw Presentation

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1. Socially Responsible Digital Use

1.1. Safety Use

1.1.1. "Once it's out there, it's out there"

1.1.2. Use software that filters out inappropriate content

1.2. Limited Access

1.2.1. No online homework or mandatory assignments

1.2.2. Find other ways to communicate besides technology

1.3. Having Appropriate Social Media

1.3.1. Teachers:

1.3.1.1. Educate students about all social media

1.3.1.2. Portray social media in a positive experience while being aware of social media awareness

1.3.1.3. Good influence/have appropriate social media

1.3.2. Students:

1.3.2.1. Lots of opportunity with social media/how to portray yourself appropriately

1.3.2.2. Potential opportunity for your professional use

1.3.2.3. Be aware of the good and bad parts of social media

1.4. Appropriate Use

1.4.1. Appropriate time and use for technology

1.4.2. Be educated on the latest threats

1.4.3. Don't give away personal information

1.5. Being Proactive

1.5.1. Show children the power they have on the internet

1.5.2. Students can make a differnce

1.5.2.1. Protecting privacy

1.5.2.2. Professionalism

1.5.2.3. Copyright restrictions

2. Equitable Access of Technology

2.1. Who Does It Effect

2.1.1. Low SES students

2.1.1.1. Students may not have the ability to access technology outside of the classroom due to low income or lack of time due to working to support their families

2.1.2. Citizens globally

2.1.2.1. Not everyone world wide has access to the internet due to government cencorship

2.1.3. Students with disabilities

2.1.3.1. Not all students are able to use the technology provided due to disabilities such as visual or physical impairments.

2.2. What

2.2.1. Allowing each student equal access to technology

2.3. Why should we look at this problem?

2.3.1. If used correctly students can benefit greatly from technology and all that it offers.

2.3.2. Each student should have full equitable access to technology for use in the classroom, for homework, research and tools to further their knowledge.

2.4. Solutions

2.4.1. Universal Design

2.4.1.1. Smart/Promethian Boards

2.4.2. More Funding

2.4.3. Assistive Technology

2.4.3.1. Speak to text, Text to speech, Eye Tracking Technology, Modified personalized key boards, mouses and computer screens.

3. Safe, Ethical and Legal Uses

3.1. Safe

3.1.1. Monitoring student content

3.1.1.1. Parents

3.1.1.1.1. Parental Controls/Website Blocking

3.1.1.2. Teachers

3.1.1.2.1. Screen monitoring

3.1.2. "Stranger Danger"

3.1.3. Backing Up Data

3.1.3.1. External

3.1.3.2. The Cloud

3.2. Ethical

3.2.1. Plagiarism

3.2.2. Proper Citation

3.2.3. Acceptable Use Policy

3.2.3.1. District wide contract regarding technology use

3.3. Legal

3.3.1. Piracy

3.3.1.1. Music

3.3.1.2. Movies

3.3.2. Hacking

3.3.3. Copyright Infringement

4. Global Awareness and Cultural Understanding

4.1. Global Awareness

4.1.1. Ideas to stay connected to Global Awareness

4.1.1.1. Social Media

4.1.1.1.1. Facebook

4.1.1.1.2. SnapChat

4.1.1.1.3. Instagram

4.1.1.2. TV and/or news

4.1.1.3. YouTube

4.1.1.4. Apps

4.1.1.4.1. Geodash

4.1.1.4.2. News-O-Matic

4.1.2. Website Resources

4.1.2.1. 100people.org

4.1.2.2. voicesofyouth.org

4.1.2.3. mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.org

4.1.2.4. Google Earth

4.2. Cultural Understanding

4.2.1. Website Resources

4.2.1.1. Google Images

4.2.1.2. globalcloset.education.nationalgeographic.com

4.2.1.3. Ancestry.com

4.2.1.4. I-Tunes- access to music from around the world

4.2.1.5. Netflix- access to movies and tv shows from around the world

4.2.1.6. Google Scholars/Library Database- access to scholarly articles from around the world

4.2.2. Ideas to stay connected to Cultural Understanding

4.2.2.1. Pen Pals

4.2.2.2. Skype Pals

4.3. Being able to explore global and cultural aspects online allows for more immediate and easier access to information from around the world.

5. By Laura Hill, Amanda Brown, Lexie Brose and Madisen Downs