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1 Western Foothills RSU #10 Digital Citizenshipand the Acceptable Use Policy

2 Please help! Today, digital citizenship is everyone’s responsibility. Parents, Teachers, and Students Digital Citizenship

3 “...to think critically and make informed choices about how we create, communicate, and treat others in our ever-evolving, 24/7 digital world.” – commonsensemedia.org Digital Citizenship What is it? How about? “Being a nice, considerate, responsible person always, even when using a computer.”

4 When you sign the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) you are promising that you will follow the rules contained in the AUP. If you break the rules you are breaking your promise. Honor your promise and you will earn trust... Promise, Honor,Trust Just as these girls did!

5 Be Safe Be Responsible Be Respectful Students–the 3 B’s

6 Students Be Safe Do not reveal your’s or anyone else’s name, personal address, or phone number over the internet! “On the internet nobody knows you’re a dog.” © Peter Steiner

7 Students Be Safe Do not reveal your’s or anyone else’s name, personal address, or phone number over the internet! “On the internet nobody knows you’re a dog.” © Peter Steiner This text box is a placeholder for a cartoon for which we’re hoping for permission to use. It’s a picture of two dogs sitting in front of a computer; one says to the other:

8 your family and friends your teachers Students Be Safe When ing someone you do not know follow your teacher’s or parent’s instructions

9 You have promised: To be responsible for your password To respect the passwords of others To report any security issues you see Not to pretend you’re someone else Students Be Safe Protect your identity

10 Good digital citizenship promotes safe use Students Be Safe If you wouldn’t put it in the newspaper or on TV, you shouldn’t put it online. Hi, I’m Whitey, and I live with Meghan at 633 Dickvale Road, Peru, Maine

11 Treat it as if it were yours Students Be Responsible You have promised to be respectful and responsible with all technology If you break something on purpose or due to carelessness you will have to pay for it

12 If you think what you’re doing is wrong, YOU ARE PROBABLY RIGHT Students Be Responsible Accessing or Posting Inappropriate Materials You have promised that: Everything you access, create, or post with school equipment will be appropriate and legal

13 You have promised: Not to write mean things about or to anyone Not to threaten other students Not to embarrass other students Students Be Respectful Don’t be a cyberbully When you see it report it

14 Violating Copyrights, Copying Software, Plagiarism Students Be Respectful Ask before using—it’s only fair Everything on the internet belongs to someone else...including these logos.

15 Remember: When using district technology. You have “NO EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY” Privacy

16 If you think what you’re doing is wrong, YOU ARE PROBABLY RIGHT If you are unsure ask teachers and parents We are here to help you Who are you when no one else is watching? Right and Wrong

17 Temptation Social Media Pornography Games Research Information Research Information Education Content Filtering

18 Digital Citizenship Regional School Unit #10 maintains state-provided filters to minimize exposure to inappropriate content at school. RSU#10 holds users responsible for making educated and responsible decisions. The school unit cannot take responsibility for inappropriate content that may be accessed while in or out of school.

19 Tree Octopus Endangered! Tree Octopus Endangered! RSU 10 is not responsible for the accuracy and quality of information that is found on the Internet. Save The Tree Octopus

20 Curriculum CommonSenseMedia: ators Garfield: Appropriate curriculum development will take place via Tech Committee/Steering Committee collaboration Digital Citizenship Initiative will connect with PBIS and anti-bullying initiative

21 FirstClass Conferences More to come Responsibility

22 You are responsible for supervising your child’s use of technology at home. Tools to help you are available on the RSU 10 website: Click on Contact Us, then Digital Citizenship.http://www.rsu10.org Maintain an ongoing conversation with children about about use of technology. Since technology is uniquely powerful it comes with certain responsibilities. Parent Responsibility

23 Tips For Parents Establish rules and time limits Install home computers in public Ask questions: Who are your kids communicating with? Encourage physical activities Use our resource page Ask us (RSU 10) for help

24 Please help! Today, digital citizenship is everyone’s responsibility. Parents, Teachers, and Students Digital Citizenship

25 Do not reveal your’s or anyone else’s name, personal address, or phone number over the internet!

26 Attribution Space photos in introduction: NASA All clip art: public domain Music in introduction: included in HyperStudio Other photos: * Octopi–public domain * All others taken by Nick Waugh (all students covered by RSU media release) Logos on slide 12 borrowed from the internet Dog cartoon used by special permission of the artist Peter Steiner


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