Your Role in Educating our Most Connected Generation about Digital Citizenship

with Eric Butash
More than Cool: FETC's Discussions on EdTech with Leading Educators

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Date: Thursday, October 26
Time: 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific time
As our education community continues to evolve and teaching practices continue to leverage more technology, we need have digital citizenship as a foundation to our work. Whether you're a district leader, building administrator or teacher, you have a very important role in educating our students the importance of digital citizenship. Come join in this Edchat Interactive on how best to help your students safely navigate this ever-changing digital world.

This is a preview to Eric's session at FETC Digital Citizenship Credit Score: Empower Students and Teachers to Confront the Hidden Risks and Potential Benefits of Their Digital Footprint

Eric Butash
Eric Butash
is Director of Operations, Highlander Institute, an innovation “hub” for redesigning K12 classrooms in to be more personalized. He is responsible for the design, creation, and operations of various information technology systems as related to implementing Highlander’s nationally recognized FUSE model for blended and personalized learning. Prior to joining the Highlander team, Eric spent 15 years in various technology leadership roles across K-12. He currently serves as the Sr. Advisor to the K12 National Advisory Council on Cybersecurity Executive Board, CommonSense Media National Ambassador and treasurer of RISTE (Rhode Island Society of Technology Educators) Organization. He has worked with RI Department of Education on various statewide initiatives, including Erate 2.0, Wireless Classroom Initiative, Data Interoperability Team, and many others. As a FETC18 featured speaker, Eric will present “Digital Citizenship Credit Score: Empower your Students and Teachers to Confront the Hidden Risks and Potential Benefits of their Digital Footprint "
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