Module 2
The Nine Elements of
Digital Citizenship

2
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

-Learn how to advocate, model, and teach safe,
legal, and ethical use of digital information and
tech...
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
-Learn how to promote and model digital
etiquette and responsible social interactions
related to the u...
What is a citizen?
DEFINITION

“...a native or naturalized
person who owes allegiance to
a larger state or collective and
...
What is digital citizenship?
DEFINITION

“Digital citizenship can be
described as the norms of
appropriate, responsible
be...
Characteristics of
Digital Citizenship
-Relevant to everyone: teachers,
students, parents.
-Doesn’t stop at the classroom
...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
1. DIGITAL ACCESS
- Full electronic participation in
society.

SOURCE: International ...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
2. DIGITAL COMMERCE
- Electronic buying and selling of
goods.

SOURCE: International ...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
3. DIGITAL
COMMUNICATION
- Electronic exchange of
information.
SOURCE: International ...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
4. DIGITAL LITERACY
- Process of teaching and
learning about technology & the
use of ...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
5. DIGITAL ETIQUETTE
- Electronic standards of
conduct or procedure.

SOURCE: Interna...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
6. DIGITAL LAW
- Electronic responsibility for
actions or deeds.

SOURCE: Internation...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
7. DIGITAL RIGHTS &
RESPONSIBILITIES
- Those requirements and
freedoms extended to ev...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
8. DIGITAL HEALTH &
WELLNESS
- Physical and psychological
well-being in a digital tec...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
9. DIGITAL SECURITY
(Self-Protection)
- Electronic precautions to
guarantee safety.

...
Nine Elements of Digital
Citizenship
Mike Ribble, author of Digital Citizenship in
Schools recommends teaching this conten...
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  • FOCUS QUESTION: Can all users participate in a digital society at acceptable levels if they choose?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Do users have the knowledge and protection to buy and sell in a digital world?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Do users understand the various digital communication methods and when each is appropriate?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Have users taken the time to learn about digital technologies and do they share that knowledge with others?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Do users consider others when using digital technologies?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Are users aware of laws (rules, policies) that govern the use of digital technologies?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Are users ready to protect the rights of others and to defend their own digital rights?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Do users consider the risks (both physical and psychological) when using digital technologies?
  • FOCUS QUESTION: Do users take the time to protect their information while taking precautions to protect others’ data as well?
  • SOURE: This is a four-stage reflection model for teaching digital citizenship, taken from Digital Citizenship in Schools, Second Edition
    (Ribble, 2011)
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    1. 1. Module 2 The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 2
    2. 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES -Learn how to advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology. -Learn how to address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies and providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 3
    3. 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES -Learn how to promote and model digital etiquette and responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information. - Learn how to develop and model cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with colleagues and students of other cultures using digital-age communication and collaboration tools. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 4
    4. 4. What is a citizen? DEFINITION “...a native or naturalized person who owes allegiance to a larger state or collective and who shares in the rights and responsibilities afforded all members of that collective.” Ribble, 2011 5
    5. 5. What is digital citizenship? DEFINITION “Digital citizenship can be described as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.” Ribble, 2011 6
    6. 6. Characteristics of Digital Citizenship -Relevant to everyone: teachers, students, parents. -Doesn’t stop at the classroom door. 7
    7. 7. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 1. DIGITAL ACCESS - Full electronic participation in society. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 8
    8. 8. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 2. DIGITAL COMMERCE - Electronic buying and selling of goods. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 9
    9. 9. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 3. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION - Electronic exchange of information. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 10
    10. 10. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 4. DIGITAL LITERACY - Process of teaching and learning about technology & the use of technology. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 11
    11. 11. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 5. DIGITAL ETIQUETTE - Electronic standards of conduct or procedure. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 12
    12. 12. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 6. DIGITAL LAW - Electronic responsibility for actions or deeds. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 13
    13. 13. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 7. DIGITAL RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES - Those requirements and freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 14
    14. 14. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 8. DIGITAL HEALTH & WELLNESS - Physical and psychological well-being in a digital technology world. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 15
    15. 15. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 9. DIGITAL SECURITY (Self-Protection) - Electronic precautions to guarantee safety. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 16
    16. 16. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship Mike Ribble, author of Digital Citizenship in Schools recommends teaching this content at all grade levels, focusing on: - Awareness - Guided Practice - Modeling/Demonstration - Feedback/Analysis 17
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