Kiesha Arceneaux

Teacher, NBCT

Kiesha Arceneaux is a 6-8th grade Computer Science, Robotics, Web Design, Digital Media Arts, Game & App Design, and Blended Learning NBCT at Sherwood Middle Academic Magnet. She serves as a coach for her District Technology Teachers Networking Together (TNT) professional learning community. She has a B.S. Secondary Education with concentration in English Literature and is pursuing a M.Ed. in Educational Technology Leadership with an expected completion date of May 2016. She has presented at a number of school, district, and state conferences over the years including Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators (LACUE) and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

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Digital Citizenship skills are integral to students' success in the modern world.  Knowing how to interact academically, safely, and respectfully in a digital world is no longer a choice, but a necessary skill for our students.  As teachers, we must ensure there is a constant infusion of digital citizenship skills in our course content to help teach and reinforce those critical skills for our students. This course will lead you in an exploration of some of the important components of digital citizenship that affect you, your classroom, and your students.  


Course Contents


 informative multimedia resources

  lecture videos

 interactive discussions


Course Modules

  • Digital Citizenship (3 discussion boards, 3 tasks)

  • Digital Equity (2 discussion boards, 1 task)

  • Safe, Healthy, Legal, and Ethical Use (3 discussion boards, 3 tasks)

  • Diversity, Cultural Understanding, and Global Awareness (2 discussion boards, 3 tasks)


For each module read through all the resources contained within the "content" tab.  Then be sure to visit the "task" and "discussion" tabs to check for activities related to that module.  To complete a module all related tasks and discussion boards must be completed.    

Purpose & Objectives

To inform educators on the components and implications of digital citizenship. 

Learner Outcomes & Goals

  • Develop a better and more complete understanding of digital citizenship
  • Select lessons that blend course curriculum with digital citizenship curriculum
  • Assess mastery of digital citizenship skills and identify areas of strength and potential growth
  • Identify the digital divide existing in the classroom and strategies to bridge the gap
  • Understand and apply organizational and federal laws governing technology use
  • Incorporate diversity, global awareness, and cultural understanding into existing lesson plans

Course Duration

This course should take approximately 4 hours to complete and is worth 4 continued learning units (CLUs)

Target Audience

Secondary teachers grades 6 -12

Recommended Prerequisites

  • Typing speed of 40 wpm
  • Basic web browser navigation skills

Technical Requirements 

  • Updated web browser
  • Flash Player
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Speakers or headphones
  • Microsoft Suite software

Grading Scale

100-93 A

92-85   B

84-75   C

74-67   D

66-0     F


Upon completion of this course with a "C" or above a certificate of completion will be available to download and/or print.

Meet the Instructor 

You can read an introductory page about your instructor by clicking on her photo in the upper right-hand corner.  However, you may prefer a more media rich format.  If so, check out her Voki by clicking here.   

Course content

  • Module 1:  Digital Citizenship

  • Module 2:  Digital Equity

  • Module 3:  Safe, Healthy, Legal, and Ethical Technology Use

  • Module 4:  Diversity, Cultural Understanding, and Global Awareness

Interested? Enroll to this course right now.

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