3 DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPDigital Citizenship is a concept which helps teachers, technology leaders and parents understand what students, children, & technology users should know to use technology appropriately.
5 Digital footprintsClick footprint to see what a “digital footprint” is
6 Discuss importance of digital footprint *Photos/videos * s and social networking *Blogging/wikis
7 Social networking sites such as Facebook™ and MySpace™ have become very popular among students as well as adults. These sites allow users to communicate and share information. These sites can be accessed anywhere there is an Internet connection including Smartphones. All users need to be aware of the information that is shared on these sites to protect their identity as well as friends.Click Facebook icon for video onSocial network safety
8 Social networkingCES policy says that devices are for educational use. Students may not play games, text, or access any social networks while at school. Violations of these procedures will result in loss of use.
9 Cyber bullingCyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.Click for video
10 Cyber BullingCES policy says recording devices may NOT be used to slander, bully, or degrade ANYONE on or off the campus.
11 What is etiquette? What is digital etiquette? Click to watch videoOn digital etiquette
13 “With great power comes great responsibility” *Discuss with a partner what this statement means when talking about digital citizenship.*Write 3 sentences about what you and your partner discussed.
14 Activities that can follow Create a definition for digital citizenshipDraw a picture of a good digital citizenshipDiscuss what we do if we know someone is not being a good digital citizen.BYOD Procedures