NetiquetteHow do your students behave in an online                world?                                     flickr:	  Stu...
What is Netiquette?
Why is Netiquette  important?
95% of all Teens ages 12-17 are  now online            pewinternet.org
80% of thoseonline teens are users of social   Media Sites            pewinternet.org
Be Pro-Active rather than  Re-active                flickr:	  eigenadam
the Core Rules of   NEtiquette               flickr:	  veganfeast
Remember the   human       flickr:	  jaki	  good
Adhere to the same   standards of behavior onlinethat you follow in     real life                 flickr:	  cryptic_star
Know where you are  in Cyberspace
Respect  other people’s time andbandwidth            flickr:	  delphaber
Make yourself look   good online                flickr:	  sharynmorrow
Share expert knowledge     flickr:	  LarimdaME
Help keep flamewars under control
Respect otherpeople’s privacy
Don’t abuse your     power
Be forgiving of other  people’s mistakes                    flickr:	  crowderb
Before youstart a project
Classroom EnvironmentSocial           CommentingContract             Rubric           IRL
Social Contract   flickr:	  cushinglibrary
Just Like ClassRules, but online
Classroom EnvironmentSocialContract            Small Group Work
Rubric         flickr:	  jaymzg
Classroom Environment                        Commenting                            RubricSmall Group Work
Comment Prompts
• This reminds me of…• This is similar to…• I wonder…• I realized…• I noticed…• You can relate this to…
#comments4kids
Classroom EnvironmentSocial           CommentingContract             Rubric           IRL
IRL
Digital Citizenship                 flickr:	  terren	  in	  Virginia
http://www.diigo.com/user/bethanyvsmith/pp_photo
Bethany V. Smith  bethany_smith@ncsu.edu      @bethanyvsmith
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  1. 1. NetiquetteHow do your students behave in an online world? flickr:  Stuck  in  customs
  2. 2. What is Netiquette?
  3. 3. Why is Netiquette important?
  4. 4. 95% of all Teens ages 12-17 are now online pewinternet.org
  5. 5. 80% of thoseonline teens are users of social Media Sites pewinternet.org
  6. 6. Be Pro-Active rather than Re-active flickr:  eigenadam
  7. 7. the Core Rules of NEtiquette flickr:  veganfeast
  8. 8. Remember the human flickr:  jaki  good
  9. 9. Adhere to the same standards of behavior onlinethat you follow in real life flickr:  cryptic_star
  10. 10. Know where you are in Cyberspace
  11. 11. Respect other people’s time andbandwidth flickr:  delphaber
  12. 12. Make yourself look good online flickr:  sharynmorrow
  13. 13. Share expert knowledge flickr:  LarimdaME
  14. 14. Help keep flamewars under control
  15. 15. Respect otherpeople’s privacy
  16. 16. Don’t abuse your power
  17. 17. Be forgiving of other people’s mistakes flickr:  crowderb
  18. 18. Before youstart a project
  19. 19. Classroom EnvironmentSocial CommentingContract Rubric IRL
  20. 20. Social Contract flickr:  cushinglibrary
  21. 21. Just Like ClassRules, but online
  22. 22. Classroom EnvironmentSocialContract Small Group Work
  23. 23. Rubric flickr:  jaymzg
  24. 24. Classroom Environment Commenting RubricSmall Group Work
  25. 25. Comment Prompts
  26. 26. • This reminds me of…• This is similar to…• I wonder…• I realized…• I noticed…• You can relate this to…
  27. 27. #comments4kids
  28. 28. Classroom EnvironmentSocial CommentingContract Rubric IRL
  29. 29. IRL
  30. 30. Digital Citizenship flickr:  terren  in  Virginia
  31. 31. http://www.diigo.com/user/bethanyvsmith/pp_photo
  32. 32. Bethany V. Smith bethany_smith@ncsu.edu @bethanyvsmith
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