Personal Branding, Digital Citizenship and 3D Printing
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Janice Conger Owen Shane
Students need to be proactive and create their own personal brand before posting on social media. Good digital citizenship protects personal information and promotes a positive image. Learn about several personal branding lessons that students can use that culminate with designing and creating a 3D printable logo for themselves.
|Audience:||Coaches, Library media specialists, Teachers|
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Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
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Sometimes middle school students lack judgment. They post things on social media or in our classroom chats without thinking of the consequences. We need to provide them with opportunities to learn proper digital citizenship. In this lesson, students will complete a series of Personal Branding exercises which forces them to think about themselves and what messages they are sending both in person and when using social media. It helps them to show themselves in a positive light and no negative talk is allowed in the personal branding statement.
Students will create a personal brand using technology tools such as Google Documents, PowerPoint, Tinker CAD, and YouTube. See PPT of how the lesson would go here: https://wsdweb-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/jconger_wsdweb_org/EX6iAN4Fd7BGvJFQ1MEufr4B0y7rBS-2F-SKg_IjunwCLg?rtime=-1sNX0Rr2Eg.
The successful student will be able to explain the meaning behind their 3D printed personal logo to their peers in an open dialogue. I prefer to do this as an ungraded lesson, usually being able to create a 3D item is enough motivation for students, but if grades are necessary, rubrics will be provided.
What do your students really need to know about Digital Citizenship: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/digital-citizenship-need-to-know-vicki-davis
Take digital citizenship school-wide: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2016-08-03-how-to-take-digital-citizenship-schoolwide-during-the-2016-17-school-year
Dive Deep: Identity and Personal Branding: http://digcitsjp.weebly.com/identity--personal-brand.html
6 Personal Brand Types- which are you? http://bryankramer.com/six-types-of-personal-brands/?gclid=CJj8lMXm6tQCFQmsaQodbkYG_g
Powerful Personal Branding | Ann Bastianelli | TEDxWabashCollege: https://youtu.be/hcr3MshYe3g
Personal Branding: What is a Personal Brand: https://youtu.be/3Eit32G2wqE
5 Easy Steps to Create Your Personal Brand by Amanda Rose: https://youtu.be/bDNz3496abs
What is your Personal Brand from Rutgers University: https://careers.rutgers.edu/students-alumni/discover-yourself/explore-your-interests-values/whats-your-personal-brand
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