Topic: Technology
Instructor: Renee Yoder
Method: Online (OWRK)
Center Offered: LC

Course Description:

All too often, many people, and especially young people, don't understand the consequences of their actions online and behave in ways that either put them in danger or make them poor digital citizens. This toolkit contains webinars that explain what constitutes good digital citizens and explore a variety of tools, websites, and activities you can use to help your students become better digital citizens. Discover various strategies and tips for helping students become curators of knowledge. If you use mobile technologies, learn how to curate and organize information using mobile devices. Learn about collaborative tools, such as shared documents, wikis, presentation tools, online sticky notes, online discussions; and more - and how you can use them in your classroom. You will also discover ways you can easily collaborate and share with fellow educators to learn best practices, distribute information, and enhance your professional development.

Once you have completed your registration by clicking the "register for this course button" your course access will come to you in an email from the course sponsor, Simple K-12. You will have 6 months from your registration date to complete your course. Course requirements are as follows:

1.  Completion of the 24 contact hours of instructional video on the Simple K12 site. 
​2.  Completion of the evaluation found on the Simple K12 site (listed with the toolkits).
3.  Completion of the written assignment.  The written assignment consists of a two page (double spaced) paper responding to the content presented and outlining your plans to incorporate this content into your teaching strategies in your classroom.

For more information, please contact Jennifer with Ashland Professional Development at


Cost: $450
Timespan of Course:
September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2016
Contact E-mail:

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Course Number: EDU*6320*E4
Academic Term: 16/GW
Academic Level: GW
Semester Hours: 2.00
Subject: EDU