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    • 1. Created by Siobhan Roulston
    • 2. cc licensed flickr by spDuchampcc licensed flickr by Vinoth Chandar cc licensed flickr by Tom Rydquist
    • 3. cc licensed flickr by x-ray delta one
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    • 5. A policy for the whole communtiy cc licensed flickr photo by Konstantin Lazorkin
    • 6. cc license flickr by rAmmoRRison1. How early is too early to begin educating children about their digitalfootprint? Should education in social media start in Secondary or should we betalking about it with our Primary students? Why or why not?2. How do we develop an awareness program about participating online thatempowers students to make the right choices in 2012 and in the future? Whoneeds to be involved?3. It’s all well and good to create a school policy, but how do we ensure it isworking to meet the needs of our students?
    • 7.  Australian Government. (2012a). Cybersmart – Internet and mobile safety advice and activities. Cybersmart. Retrieved from http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/ Childnet International. (2009). Digital footprints. Kidsmart. Retrieved from http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/digitalfootprints/ Ferriter, W. M. (2011). Positive digital footprints. Educational Leadership. April. 92-93. Ohler, J. (2011b). Digital citizenship means character education for the digital age. Kappa Delta Pi Record. Retrieved from http://www.jasonohler.com/publications/articles.cfm