Using digital dilemmas to explore BC educators’ digital professionalism: design & development of free training resources
This research project and process paper explores teacher digital professionalism and online safety in a K-12 context. It includes the development of a set of digital dilemmas and an accompanying resource website that can be used in staff orientations and/or in-service and professional development opportunities. Educators will be able to explore the following topics through digital dilemmas: codes of ethics, cyber incidents, cyber safety, digital citizenship, digital footprints, digital professionalism, online safety, professional boundaries, and professional standards. This project offers a response to the essential question, 'How could digital dilemmas be designed to educate teachers about digital professionalism and online safety?'.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-13980
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