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Digital Citizenship is one of the international standards for students, educators, administrators, coaches, and computer science educators to rethink education, nevertheless, the language used to present the concept to students has not been sufficiently developed in a holistic manner or with a multi-stakeholder approach. Seeking to bridge the cultural and language barriers that dived the student communities from the academic research communities. The Long Branch Virtual Expert Discussion for Student Leadership reach out to Cristo Leon to present his ideas about some basic lessons to share and discuss with their students. Amongst the challenges that the local communities in New Jersey face are: access to the internet, infrastructure, low income, lack of communication, and cyberbullying to mention just a few. The main goal of this talk is to open the discussion about Digital Citizenship and motivate the future leaders of tomorrow to take action today.

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Children, Education, Serving Communities, Digital Citizenship, Leadership, Ethics


Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences


This talk was presented at "The Long Branch Virtual Expert Discussion for Student Leadership"

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Digital Citizenship Basic Lessons