Critically reflect on the potential of digital identities to establish commoning relationships, and enhance values such as interculturality, gender equality, diversity, etc. and Reflect on the importance of addressing the issues of children’s empowerment and autonomy from an intersectional perspective and the potentiality of ICT to reinforce these processes.
- Understand our digital identities.
- Get to know the Feminist Principles of the Internet.
- Enhance values such as interculturality, gender equality, diversity, etc.
- Promote awareness of inequalities present in the digital sphere and constructively address them.
- Understand the concept of intersectionality and its application to childhood and youth in the digital age.
- Promote the educational appropriation of digital technologies and social media as an educational tool for child empowerment and active participation.
We will use the potential of social networks as an educational tool to empower children and young people to actively participate in social and political issues, using the commons as logic for inclusion. Digital identity and its ways to be expressed can show how aspects related to cultural diversity, gender, and plurality are experienced and promote the reflection on digital inclusion and intersectionality, considering ICT as a tool for the recognition of diversity and to promote empowerment.
- To get students to be familiar with digital commons risks and challenges.
- To promote students critical thinking about digital commons implications in digital citizenship.
- To encourage students’ collaborative work and building of knowledge.
- Ability to understand digital commons philosophy in contrast with the market approach.
- Ability to identify emerging challenges and risks.
- Ability to link digital common issues with digital citizenship and learning collaborative methodology.
- Ability to create collaborative knowledge.
The lesson focuses on understanding how cultural and scientific works produced and available on the internet continue to expand and how data could be managed in terms of ownership and use from a social responsibility and inclusive perspective. The lesson also points out the challenges digital commons face.