ED505- Group 6


Today, technology has become one of the most vital parts of succeeding in the world and our students seem to have access to it every where they go. So, how do we know what is okay for them to access and what isn't?

On our site, you'll be able to access information on the following questions: 

  • What is Digital Citizenship?
  • What is Netiquette? (include social networking and cyberbullying policies)
  • What should students do to be safe when using email and the Internet?
  • What are copyright, plagiarism and Fair Use? (Define each term and provide resources on how to cite sources and avoid plagiarism.)
  • How do you ensure equitable digital access in your classroom? (Ideas for scheduling access to the technologies in the classroom, including but not limited to iPods, computers, cameras, etc.)
  • Classroom Technology Rules (for computers, cell phone, cameras and other technologies available)
  • Acceptable Technology Use Policy for students and parents to sign.


  1. Ability to model safe, responsible, legal and ethical use of technology and implement school and district acceptable use policies including fair-use and copyright guidelines and Internet user protection policies.
  2. Ability to develop and implement a classroom management plan to ensure equitable and effective student access to available technology resources.
  3. Ability to promote, model, and communicate the safe, legal and ethical principles of digital citizenship, equitable access, digital etiquette, and responsible online social interactions in a global culture including respect for copyright, intellectual property, the appropriate documentation of sources, and Internet user protection policies.