Digital Citizenship in Schools
Objective 1:
• Develop an understanding of the
   concept of Digital Citizenship
   through answering quot;Essential
     ...
Objective 2:
  • Develop an quot;Action Planquot; for
integrating Digital Citizenship into
   your schools and classrooms
...
Citizen
• both works for and benefits from a
  larger society
Acceptable Use Policies
       (AUPs)
Digital Citizenship
9 Elements
• Digital Access
• Digital Commerce
• Digital Communication
• Digital Literacy
• Digital Etiquette
• Digital La...
Digital Access
• Full electronic participation in
  society
Facts
Essential Questions
• Does everyone in your school have
  equal opportunities as far as
  technology use is concerned?
• D...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Commerce
• The buying and selling of goods
  online
Facts
Essential Questions
• Are students aware of the opportunities and
  problems associated with purchasing items using
  tech...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Communication
• The electronic exchange of
  information
Essential Questions
• How do these communication methods fit in the educational
  setting?
• What positive outcomes do the...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Etiquette
• The standards of conduct expected
  by other technology users
Essential Questions
• Are students aware of others when they use
  technology?
• Do students realize how their use of tech...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Law
• The legal rights and restrictions
  governing technology use
Essential Questions
• Are students using technology the way it was
  intended?
• Are students infringing on others' rights...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Rights and
       Responsibilities
• The privileges and freedoms
  extended to all digital technology
  users, and...
Essential Questions
• Are students aware of the opportunities and
  problems associated with purchasing items using
  tech...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Health and Wellness
• The elements of physical and
  psychological well-being related to
  digital technology use
Essential Questions
• How can students be
  physically affected by
  technology?
• Are students aware of the
  physical da...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Security
• The precautions that all technology
  users must take to guarantee their
  personal safety and the secu...
Essential Questions
• How do students protect their technology in a
  digital society?
• How can students be taught to pro...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Literacy
• The capability to use digital
  technology and knowing when and
  how to use it.
Essential Questions
• Should technology be used to access information
  to learn new concepts?
• How can students use digi...
Inappropriate Use
Appropriate Use
Digital Commerce




                                            Digital Security
  Digital Law

                    Digit...
Creating a Plan for Digital
       Citizenship
First Questions
• Should all students have equal access to technology?
  Unlimited access?
• What issues related to buying...
First Questions, Cont.
• How does student technology behavior affect others in
  the school community?
• What do students ...
Second Questions
• With regard to technology use, how does our
  emphasis on “rules and regulations” compare
  with our em...
A Model Project
Digiteen
Images Found on http://flickr.com
•   RICHIR              •   Hyku                •   Mark sebastian       •   Vsqz
•   Ch...
Text Used
• Digital Citizenship in Schools
  ▫ Mike Ribble
  ▫ Gerald Bailey
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  1. 1. Digital Citizenship in Schools
  2. 2. Objective 1: • Develop an understanding of the concept of Digital Citizenship through answering quot;Essential Questionsquot; related to the 9 Essential Elements of Digital Citizenship and through group activites.
  3. 3. Objective 2: • Develop an quot;Action Planquot; for integrating Digital Citizenship into your schools and classrooms based on the information gained regarding Digital Citizenship.
  4. 4. Citizen • both works for and benefits from a larger society
  5. 5. Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs)
  6. 6. Digital Citizenship
  7. 7. 9 Elements • Digital Access • Digital Commerce • Digital Communication • Digital Literacy • Digital Etiquette • Digital Law • Digital Rights and Responsibilities • Digital Health and Welfare • Digital Security
  8. 8. Digital Access • Full electronic participation in society
  9. 9. Facts
  10. 10. Essential Questions • Does everyone in your school have equal opportunities as far as technology use is concerned? • Do all students have the opportunity to be involved in a digital society? • Are we preparing our students for a future with technology?
  11. 11. Inappropriate Use
  12. 12. Appropriate Use
  13. 13. Digital Commerce • The buying and selling of goods online
  14. 14. Facts
  15. 15. Essential Questions • Are students aware of the opportunities and problems associated with purchasing items using technology? • Should students be made more aware of how to purchase goods and services through digital formats?
  16. 16. Inappropriate Use
  17. 17. Appropriate Use
  18. 18. Digital Communication • The electronic exchange of information
  19. 19. Essential Questions • How do these communication methods fit in the educational setting? • What positive outcomes do they enable? • What potentially negative effects must be mitigated and how? • If these technologies are banned in schools, what message does that send to our students who have access to these devices outside of school? • Do I use e-mail, cell phone, and instant messaging technologies appropriately when communicating with others? • What rules, options, and etiquette do students need to be aware of when using digital communication technologies? • Do we need to be in contact with people all the time? • Do we understand what is appropriate when communicating with other technology users?
  20. 20. Inappropriate Use
  21. 21. Appropriate Use
  22. 22. Digital Etiquette • The standards of conduct expected by other technology users
  23. 23. Essential Questions • Are students aware of others when they use technology? • Do students realize how their use of technology affects others?
  24. 24. Inappropriate Use
  25. 25. Appropriate Use
  26. 26. Digital Law • The legal rights and restrictions governing technology use
  27. 27. Essential Questions • Are students using technology the way it was intended? • Are students infringing on others' rights by the way they use technology? • Should students using digital technologies be accountable for how they use digital technologies?
  28. 28. Inappropriate Use
  29. 29. Appropriate Use
  30. 30. Digital Rights and Responsibilities • The privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users, and the behavioral expectations that come with them.
  31. 31. Essential Questions • Are students aware of the opportunities and problems associated with purchasing items using technology? • Should students be made more aware of how to purchase goods and services through digital formats?
  32. 32. Inappropriate Use
  33. 33. Appropriate Use
  34. 34. Digital Health and Wellness • The elements of physical and psychological well-being related to digital technology use
  35. 35. Essential Questions • How can students be physically affected by technology? • Are students aware of the physical dangers that can accompany the use of digital technology?
  36. 36. Inappropriate Use
  37. 37. Appropriate Use
  38. 38. Digital Security • The precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network.
  39. 39. Essential Questions • How do students protect their technology in a digital society? • How can students be taught to protect themselves and their equipment from harm?
  40. 40. Inappropriate Use
  41. 41. Appropriate Use
  42. 42. Digital Literacy • The capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it.
  43. 43. Essential Questions • Should technology be used to access information to learn new concepts? • How can students use digital technologies to take best advantage of the educational opportunities available to them?
  44. 44. Inappropriate Use
  45. 45. Appropriate Use
  46. 46. Digital Commerce Digital Security Digital Law Digital Etiquette Digital Rights Digital and Digital Literacy Health Responsibilities and Digital Access Wellness Digital Communication Core Goals Improving learning outcomes and preparing students to become 21st century citizens.
  47. 47. Creating a Plan for Digital Citizenship
  48. 48. First Questions • Should all students have equal access to technology? Unlimited access? • What issues related to buying and selling items online are appropriate to address in school? • What should students know about using communication technologies in school? Should limits be placed on those technologies? • How do students currently use technology to learn new ideas? • What might they be able to learn if their technology literacy and access were higher?
  49. 49. First Questions, Cont. • How does student technology behavior affect others in the school community? • What do students and teachers need to know to keep themselves safe when using technology? Do students understand how to protect their identity when online? • Do students and teachers know the difference between legal and illegal uses of technology? How do they demonstrate this? • Do students act responsibly and courteously when using technology?
  50. 50. Second Questions • With regard to technology use, how does our emphasis on “rules and regulations” compare with our emphasis on “education of all stakeholders?” • Where should digital citizenship be taught in our curriculum? How can room be made for it? • Who should teach digital citizenship? • What kinds of staff development opportunities need to be provided for the program to be effectively implemented?
  51. 51. A Model Project
  52. 52. Digiteen
  53. 53. Images Found on http://flickr.com • RICHIR • Hyku • Mark sebastian • Vsqz • Chapparal[Kendra] • Brandiatmuhkuh • Woodleywonderworks • PhotoOptik • Wesley Fryer • Etech • Mike Keran • Photocapy • Cogdogblog • gingerTPLC • SPLAT IDAHO • iLoveButter • Phogel • Liewcf • Spigoo • Jimmee, Jackie, Tom & • Leonid Mamchencov • Ifyr • Sebastian Bergmann … • Olivier Bareau • Jaycross • Lupton Library • Kim Bach • Extra Ketchup • Ronin691 • Tracy O • Gary j. wood • Jorgeandresem • Chidorian • In Veritas Lux • Bjornmeansbear • Dapdua • Irish Typepad • Lu_lu • KirrilyRobert • Nathanww • .dan • f_mafra • Young in Panama • Laffy4k • Bill in Ash Vegas • Toasty Ken • Ampersandyslexia • Boklm • Ross_Angus • [CP] • LoopZilla • Shareski • Carl Montgomery • TheMuuj • Mamamusings • Aeptspo • Jarrodtrainque • Kjarrett • Tanya Ryno • Teecycle Tim • Tata_aka_T • D70focus • Yodel Anecdotal • Mista Kingasaur • Bionicteaching • Ryumu • Kass & Rachel • Justin • Labnol • Mark Warner
  54. 54. Text Used • Digital Citizenship in Schools ▫ Mike Ribble ▫ Gerald Bailey

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