Monday, 11 March 2019

What Educators Need to Know Right Now About Digital Citizenship

Anne Collier on Episode 456 and 457 of the 10-Minute Teacher

Anne Collier, Founder and Executive Director of The Net Safety Collaborative and, shares what we need to know about social media in this two-part series. We’ll post the first post on Monday with the second part of the series on Tuesday. Come back to this blog post for the second part!

what educators need to know about digital citizenship

Today’s show is sponsored by NetRef. Join me on Tuesday, March 26 at 4 pm ET for a free webinar, 5 Ways to Help Teachers Progress in Their Use of Technology. [Register here.] NetRef offers powerful Internet monitoring software that I recommend for schools.

Listen to Anne Collier

Part 1

Part 2

Will be posted on Monday, March 11 around 8 pm.

Anne Collier – Bio As Submitted

Anne Collier is founder and executive director of The Net Safety Collaborative, home to for K-12 schools.

A youth advocate with more than 20 years’ writing and speaking about youth and digital media, Anne has served on three national task forces on Internet safety, including the Obama administration’s 2009 Online Safety & Technology Working Group, which she co-chaired. Having co-authored the US’s first parents’ guide to teen social networking, published in 2006, she has also contributed to a number of books and publications, most recently Bullying: Perspectives, Practice and Insights (Council of Europe, 2017).

She serves on the Trust & Safety advisory boards of Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Yubo. In 2016, she gave a TEDx talk on “The Heart of Digital Citizenship” at the ITU’s WSIS in Geneva. She blogs at

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