2012 - 2013 Digital Citizenship Task Force
The Digital Citizenship Task Force is a team that is passionate about connecting character education with the media-centric world our K-8 students are surrounded by. We are committed to keeping colleagues informed and exposed to current trends, and to building our own capacity as Information Age educators. Through this, we hope to achieve our ultimate goal - to provide students with opportunities to develop the skills and traits they will need to demonstrate safe and ethical behavior in the 21st Century.
During the first half of the year, we will explore together, grow a resource library, and establish a "presence" at our home sites by reporting out on the items we are discussing. Beginning in January, we will collaborate with the district Tech Team (computer specialists, library specialists, and site technology committees) to develop a plan for implementing the K-12 Digital Literacy curriculum by Common Sense Media. Our work will be based on the LAFSD K-8 Common Technology Experiences as well as the LAFSD K-8 Library Goals. Additionally, we will incorporate the CharacterCounts! pillars as we think about reaching out on a larger scale to all colleagues.
Cathy Bornfleth, 5th grade
Angie Corritone, Technology Coordinator
Cindy Fisher, 3rd grade
Brooke Henderson, 7th grade CORE
Deborah Hungerford, 4th grade
Linda Marsden, 2nd grade
Heather McNally, Parent
Susan Schoenrock, Health Educator