E-learning and Digital Citizenship
HVHS poster has been adapted from Andrew Churches’ Digital Citizens AUA, @ Creative Commons Attribution- ShareAlike 3.0 licence.
At HVHS, we are committed to exploring the possibilities offered by new technologies, supporting teachers to take risks in trialling them, and making informed decisions about which technologies best support our students’ learning needs.
Students are also able to make their own decisions about which technologies to use, when to access them and who to connect with. The huge amount of material available to them also means they need to learn the basics of digital citizenship, such as protection of and respect for self, others and property, as well as the ability to be critical in their use of digital material. Key competencies such as self-management take on a whole new significance when considered in the context of e-learning.