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Our DigCitJourney: Making a DigCitIMPACT in Local, Global & Digital Communities

Dr. Marialice BFX Curran & Curran Dee

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 7-8 PM

Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/953102949 


If you are committed and driven by intergenerational connections and community outreach, join our webinar where we’ll share how we guide and transform local, global, and digital communities around the world through our mindful digital citizenship approach at school, at home, and at work.


Focused on how to use technology for good every single day, we’ll highlight stories and examples from our own mother and son journey which began in preschool and continues today in middle school. We’ll also share our transition from DigCitKids to DigCitSports and Digital Sportsmanship as our journey has evolved. 


With a spotlight on some #DigCitAroundTheWorld stories from our DigCitKids book, we’ll continue to demonstrate the power of learning together as one world, one human race. 


Participants will learn how our DigCitIMPACT model helps create experiences for an entire community to learn and network together. We'll share our roadmap that we use with school communities on how to make a positive difference online at school, home and work.


Dr. Curran is the Founder and Executive Director of the Digital Citizenship Institute.


They recently told their mother/son story, DigCitKids: Lessons Learning Side-by-Side, to Empower Others Around the World.


Book Giveaway to live audience
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Teach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good

Dr. Jennifer Williams, 

Co-founder, TeachSDGs and Take Action Global

Author, Teach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good (ISTE)

Incoming President of the Board, ISTE Education Leaders PLN

Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 7-8 PM

Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/527362923


Today’s students are ready to design, dream, and make the future! Join for this session customized for classrooms ready to activate positive change through innovative practices, meaningful use of technology, and social action. We will outline a step-by-step plan for creating social good projects in classrooms and will dive into topics of social good, empathy, and diversity. Top tools and projects for social good will be shared and explored and participants will leave with ready-to-go action plans to teach boldly and use edtech for social good! Let’s get going to make a positive difference for people and planet! 



Book Giveaway to live audience 

participant/member



Robots for STEM

Look for this webinar to be rescheduled in April or May

TBD, 2020 at 7-8 PM

Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/761319027





We continue to add webinars to the 2020 lineup. If you want to present or want to suggest someone, contact me. gharrington at neiste dot org!