What is Digital Citizenship?
Vicki Davis explains the 9 P's of Digital Citizenship in What Your Student Really Needs to Know About Digital Citizenship
1 - Password (is it secure enough?)
2 - Private Information (Protect it!)
3 - Personal Information (Use Caution)
4 - Photographs (Unknowingly Sharing Information)
5 - Property (Copyright)
6 - Permission (Get it, Cite it)
7 - Protection (From Viruses to Identity Theft)
8 - Professionalism (Netiquette)
9 - Personal Brand (Your Digital Tattoo)
What is Netiquette?
It's easy to type anything when protected by anonymity.
Kind things. Hurtful things.
Social Media can be used for good or ill.
Tool or Weapon? Addressing Cyber Hate in the Classroom discusses the power of social media / networking and the online community.
Understanding this power, Jennie Spiegler provides 5 strategies to fight cyber hate.
Safety on the E-mail and the Internet
Teaching young children the importance of "stranger danger" begins early.
So should teaching young children the importance of online "stranger danger".
Watch Brain Pop - Internet Safety to help students understand what to do to be safe?
Copyright, Plagiarism, and Fair Use
Equitable, Digital Access in Your Classroom
Classroom Technology Rules0
Acceptable Technology Use Policy
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