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Digital Citizenship Week 2017

By October 25, 20172 min read


“Digital Citizenship week is a great opportunity for schools to focus on educating students on the importance of being responsible online but also a way to bring students, staff, and community together for the common goal of building and maintaining a positive digital presence as we all strive to be digital leaders.” – Heather Callihan

Check out what Heather Callihan and the #ginwvikings are doing throughout the week!

Monday: Motivational Monday: Share an inspirational or motivational quote that you can relate to (don’t forget to credit the source). Be sure to use #digcit #ginwvikings in your post.

Tuesday: Terrific Tuesday: What makes today terrific? Share a message, image or emoji showing what makes your Tuesday terrific. Be sure to use #digcit #ginwvikings in your post.

Wednesday: Winning Wednesday: Shout Out to a Viking you appreciate today… Our school is filled with awesome people. Give a S/O to someone today.

Thursday: Thankful Thursday: What are you thankful for? Share a photo representing something you are thankful for. Be sure to use #digcit #ginwvikings in your post.

Friday: Photo Friday: Share a photo representing something you’re passionate about. Be sure to use #digcit #ginwvikings in your post.

For more information about Digital Citizenship week at Northwest High School check out their Smore page here: https://www.smore.com/n7amt-digital-citizenship-week-2017?ref=email-content

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Jill Johnson

Over her 30 year career in education, Dr. Jill has served in various roles including secondary ELA teacher, professional development consultant, and high school administrator. After completing her doctoral study, Technology Leadership Qualities in Secondary Principals in Nebraska who Support Student-led Social Media Teams, Jill began her tenure as Class Intercom President.