Final Reflections of a Digital Learner and Leader

My journey as a graduate student in the Masters of Education in Digital Learning and Leading program at Lamar University has been a distinctive, impressive, and impactful one. As I researched other graduate programs, I kept going back to Lamar and finally settled. But now, I realized that I hadn’t settled, I was more than lucky to have enrolled in such a distinctive program that defined its objectives and goals based on the COVA (Choice, Ownership, Voice, and Authentic) learning model. It sounds impressive, right? It was, but actually participating in such a flexible and unpredictable program was disconcerting. Continue reading “Final Reflections of a Digital Learner and Leader”

Essay “Reflections on Digital Citizenship”


The purpose of this document is to explore the theoretical and practical understandings of the elements of digital citizenship and to explain the reasoning for focusing on three specific elements: digital access, digital literacy, and digital etiquette. More specifically, the contents of this document focus on information of the digital and technology practices and uses of students in upper grade levels in an elementary school context. Briefly, the process of the design and theoretical implementation of a digital citizenship curriculum will be discussed before the conclusion of this paper. Continue reading “Essay “Reflections on Digital Citizenship””