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Name:  Emerson Anderdon

Date of birth:  14 February 1986

Nationality:  American

Location:   Los Angeles, USA

Phone:   123-456-7890

Email:  anderson@gmail.com

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So provocative and such passion. Lee created the tingling of the bottom of my heart – the Buddhist analogy – this is what makes me reawaken why it is that I am in education. I will be getting my hands on the solution fluency documents.

Very powerful opening! Connected me to the Big Picture – the Why! Would like to encourage our west Gippsland network to investigate for future conference! Thank you for waking me up in our hectic world!

Fantastic! It definitely opened my eyes and heart tothee problems facing the world. I cannot wait to investigate solutions fluency and lead the change in our small rural school. You did exactly what you were advocating. That is getting us connected so that we can take action and be active, global citizens.

I’ve always tried to keep up with my professional reading, even after 34 years of teaching, and I’m now very keen to read more about the solution fluencies and how I can use them effectively in my teaching and then bring on board other staff.

Wow! Very inspiring to not only be a better teacher but a more aware person in my community and the world. Feeling like I can do something to change the world! Thank you!

I often sleep with my eyes open in Presentations. This one had me kind of wanting to call out the parts of my life as a teacher which are right there in that vision of inspired kids naturally solving big problems with joyful ease. Congratulations on your great work.

Inspiring. Loved that you made us uncomfortable to engage us then your stories of schools used the same technique to engage the kids.

Jacqui Murray

As a teacher, it surprises me that so much about digital citizenship is addressed through the lens of the individual. Lee Crockett and Andrew Churches change that. In their 172-page groundbreaking book, Growing Global Digital Citizens: Better Practices that Build Better Learners (Solution Tree Press 2018) they have an exciting and fresh discussion of the dynamic responsibilities inherent to living in an ever-smaller global village, where respect for the planet and its inhabitants is as important as the more iconic digital citizenship topics like privacy and social media.

In fact, the book assumes readers are conversant in what are traditionally accepted as digital rights—access to information and avoidance of plagiarism–and focuses instead on the rarely discussed critical responsibilities to the global community like showing respect to yourself and others, participating in altruistic activities, and demonstrating healthy environmental stewardship for the planet.  It delves into personal responsibilities for lifelong learning, nurturing relationships, staying healthy, and adopting ethical and moral standards as well as global responsibilities such as fostering an international community and managing environmental stewardship. It also includes common sense strategies for pursuing these in a school environment such as a digital citizenship agreement and a discussion of digital devices in schools. For those using the book as a workbook, the authors provide guiding questions at the end of each chapter to turn the lessons into practical school-based strategies for all stakeholders.

Overall, this is a comprehensive and fresh approach to incorporating digital devices and the internet into the global learning environment. It should be part of every teacher’s library.

BarryB

While constantly hearing how youth are connected and engaged on an exponential scale, growing digital citizens has provided me solid toolsets that can help guide youth to ethically participate and collaborate on a global scale, versus the “safe harbours” that we try to provide. Something that really resonated with me was critical thinking, I believe this to be critical for our youth as the Internet becomes increasing influential. All in all, an enjoyable read that gave me some good strategies moving forward.

Susan Purvis

A great resource with a ‘Futures’ focus

Simon Vaughan
Melrose High School, Australia
Principal

“Lee Crockett and Andrew Churches provide a road map for school communities to help students commit to global digital citizenship. This is a must-read for the modern school principal.”

Craig Cantlie
Caulfeild Elementary School (iDEC)
Principal

“Throughout this book, Lee and Andrew provide the why and how for schools, teachers, and parents to foster positive digital thinking in our students.”

Marcus Knill
Department of Education and Child Development, Australia
Principal Consultant

“This book provides a user-friendly framework for teachers and school leaders to work collaboratively with students and their community to enhance learning as global digital citizens.”

Jacqui Murray
AskATechTeacher.com

“This is a comprehensive and fresh approach to incorporating digital devices and the Internet into the global learning environment. It should be part of every teacher’s library.”

James A. Bellanca
Illinois Consortium for 21st Century Schools
President

“The authors have provided a much needed guidebook for assessing some of the most important fluencies that lead to deeper learning.”

Dr. Therese Keane
Swinburne University
Senior Lecturer in Education

“The crucial new skills and mindsets that learners need to flourish in 21st century life are clearly explained … this book will inspire and challenge teachers.”

Dr. Guy G. Tétrault
Sun West School Division
Director of Education/CEO

“A must-read for educators changing their pedagogy to fit 21st-century learning!”

Todd Stanley
Pickerington Local Schools
Gifted Services Coordinator

“Crockett and Churches break down the four walls of the traditional schoolhouse … they show step by step how to create lifelong learners.”

“Crockett, Jukes and Churches bring together decades of collective experience in education, multimedia and digital tools and make it relevant to modern teachers.”

“Life changing! After 25 years of teaching, I have found a book that really speaks to how I feel students learn best.”

“I loved this book! I am so excited to share this with other educators and promote the different Fluencies in classrooms to help students’ success.”

“It is so wonderful to have a resource like this to inspire and direct my professional practice. The authors have hit the nail on the head!”

Kim Ibach
Educational Team Leader

“This book helps all of us educators, researchers, and parents cross over to meet the needs of our children in this age of the knowledge society.”

Cynthia Sistek-Chandler
Department Chair

“This inspirational work empowers us with tools, ideas, and a sense of urgency to apply 21st Century Fluencies into our practice.”

Brian Talbott
Executive Director

“The authors have laid out a vision that educational leaders can use as a blueprint to advance 21st-century skills in today’s students.”

Pamela Lloyd
GCI SchoolAccess
Director

“Thought-provoking … this book offers concrete ideas for educators to find the balance between our past and our students’ future.”

James Cisek

“After reading this, I am certain you will have a clearer understanding of this digital generation and why our classrooms continue to teach analog students in a digital world.”

Donna Walker Tileston
Author of "What Every Teacher Should Know"

“The authors have broken new ground … this group has laid important groundwork for lifting our thinking into the 21st Century.”

Doug Johnson
Mankato School District
Director of Media and Technology

” A highly readable, terribly important summary of the attributes of today’s technologically enhanced children … get this book and read it.”

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