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1 Digital Citizenship Pre-Assessment

2 Digital Citizenship Respect

3 ●When we interact with people face to face we expect students to use their manners and be polite ●Interacting through technology requires a similar standard of behavior o However, since the online world is fairly new, what these standards are supposed to look-like is not as well known DEFINITION: The electronic standards of conduct or procedure Digital Etiquette

4 Using Devices at the Appropriate Times and in the Appropriate Ways ●Scenario: Students in class check personal messages on their device every thirty seconds. Some play video games while they are supposed to be learning. ●Modeling Appropriate Behavior: During school hours, staff should only use their devices for official purposes. They should call attention to student misuse when they see it. Digital Etiquette

5 Using Proper and Formal Digital Communications when Appropriate ●Student E-Mail to Teacher (sent at 1 am): o hey mr. smith. I re-did an assignment and turned it in but you haven’t updated your gradebook. i need you to do it asap so my parents don’t yell at me. - sam ●Modeling Appropriate Behavior: o Use formal greetings and proper grammar in all digital communications with students o Ask students who communicate in the manner shown above to re-write them properly if they would like a response. Digital Etiquette

6 ●As with traditional manners and etiquette, students must always be aware of how their behaviors impact others ●But they must have good role models to follow Digital Etiquette Remember Your Manners!

7 DEFINITION: Full electronic participation in society ●Ways to provide opportunities to participate: ○One-to-one ○BYOD ○Offering wireless connection ○Provide information on affordable programs Digital Access

8 ●Essential that accommodations for students with special needs be made ●This often requires special equipment known as assistive technology: ○Apps - Dragon, HueVue, MyVoice ○Big Keys Querty Keyboard ○Livescribe Smartpen ○GoTalk Digital Access Digital accommodations for students with special needs

9 ●When student information is provided online (e.g., through a parent portal of a student information system or forms on a website), be aware that not all will be able to access the information ●When moving to online opportunities, (e.g.,student enrollment online) it’s important to offer other options: ○Kiosks ○Community centers ○Open labs may be necessary Digital Access Moving to digital systems in your community

10 ●In schools where a majority of students do not have access to technology in the home, additional opportunities are needed, such as… ○Open computer labs ○Evening access to school labs ○Extracurricular activities Digital Access What to do if access is not frequently available outside of school

11 ●If using your phone….text: ROCHELLECOBB772 to +17474443548 to join the session ROCHELLECOBB772 +17474443548 ●If you do not have access to a phone, please share with someone else or join us online: Please take out your phones! Digital Access

12 DEFINITION: The electronic responsibility for actions and deeds Digital Law

13 ●Sharing files from the internet - whether… o music, o video, or o written work ●… is illegal but students are not always aware of this or the ramifications of their action. Digital Law

14 Sharing other people’s personal information without permission is invading the privacy of that individual and can lead to legal action. Digital Law

15 Did you know… ●If a student sends a sexually explicit picture of themselves or others, it can lead to charges of ‘distribution of pornography’? ●If criminally charged and found guilty, you will be a registered as a sex offender, even if 16 or under? ●Receiving that picture, even if unwanted, can lead to criminal charges of possession of pornography? Digital Law

16 Whether these actions take place on or off campus, school staff should model and teach appropriate digital behaviors in order to foster responsible digital citizens. Digital Law

17 Practice Activity: What Would You Do? You frequently use group projects in class. However, during the last project three issues arose that you would like to make sure do not happen again. Take a look at these issues and explain how you could respond to each question, adjust your instruction, and/or model appropriate behavior for students: ●Etiquette: students had trouble communicating face to face, since group members were constantly looking at their devices to answer messages or surf the web ●Access: a student approaches you at the end of class and tells you that he/she will be unable to complete the project for your class that requires the use of technology because they have no computer access ●Law: students are given your cell phone number for evening extra help sessions. However, students shared your cell phone number with students not in your classes

18 Digital Citizenship Post-Assessment

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