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Digital Citizenship in K-12 Education: a systematic Literature Review describing how it is implemented

Presented at2nd International Conference of the journal "Scuola Democratica", Reinventing Education, 2-5 June 2021
Publication date2021-06-02

Digital citizenship has been introduced in compulsory education, targeting as an essential skill for future citizens. Accordingly, a growing number of publications focus on this concept. A systematic literature review was conducted to identify how it has been operationalized within teaching practices. The results highlighted that digital citizenship is often an umbrella concept used to justify a project related to technological trends. In addition, mainly with older students, digital citizenship is often associated with projectbased learning out-of-school community. Interdisciplinary perspectives are proposed to teach digital citizenship, but some discipline like philosophy or ecology is missing. Finally, digital tools/environments are never questioned, so a critical approach of digital citizenship is not developed. Accordingly, the practical implication of the current state of literature is discussed

  • Digital citizenship
  • Implementation
  • K-12
  • Education
  • Interdisciplinary
Citation (ISO format)
TADLAOUI-BRAHMI, Ania, CUKO, Kostanca, ALVAREZ, Lionel. Digital Citizenship in K-12 Education: a systematic Literature Review describing how it is implemented. In: 2nd International Conference of the journal ‘Scuola Democratica’. 2021.
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