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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. Module 2 The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 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. 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. 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. 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. Characteristics of Digital Citizenship -Relevant to everyone: teachers, students, parents. -Doesn’t stop at the classroom door. 7
    • 7. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 1. DIGITAL ACCESS - Full electronic participation in society. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 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. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 3. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION - Electronic exchange of information. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 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. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 5. DIGITAL ETIQUETTE - Electronic standards of conduct or procedure. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 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. 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. 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. Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship 9. DIGITAL SECURITY (Self-Protection) - Electronic precautions to guarantee safety. SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education 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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