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YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
YPS Digital Citizenship - Lesson 1 -Answers
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  • 1. 1
  • 2. Digital Rights and Responsibilities The privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users and the behavioral expectations that come with them. 2
  • 3. Scenario 1- Digital R&R: Mr. Gilbert, a 5th grade teacher, is compiling a collection of student photos and converting them to a movie using Animoto online software. Although the Animoto site offers non-copyrighted music, the teacher wants the background music for the movie to be something the students will recognize. The students will not recognize any of the songs this site offers. 3
  • 4. Which is a common misconception about digital media? A. For educational purposes only, you can do what you like with digital media. B. Altering media and claiming as your own is acceptable. 4
  • 5. Scenario 2 -Digital R&R: Mrs. Walker is a fourth-grade teacher who is introducing a new unit on the American Revolution to her students. She creates a beautiful PowerPoint presentation in which she has photos of famous people and places from that time period. She obtained these photos by doing a Google image search. 5
  • 6. Is she permitted to get images from Google to use in your presentation ? A. Yes B. No C. Maybe D. I don’t know 6
  • 7. Digital Change in Practice Students will do the things their teachers model. If a teacher expects that her students will cite sources, it is imperative that she do the same thing with any and all media (print, digital, audio) that she uses in her classroom. Teachers need to be educated about search engines and how to locate images that are intended for educational use. 7
  • 8. Consider this: • Using a site like Creative Commons can help students build digitally appropriate projects. • www.creativecommons.com 8
  • 9. Adapted Hileman, Eric. “Digital Citizenship." Oklahoma State Leadership Conference. 9 July 2009 <http://sde.state.ok.us>. Searcy, Kati. "Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents ." Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents . 8 June 2009 <http://slideshare.net>. 9
  • 10. Adapted Hileman, Eric. “Digital Citizenship." Oklahoma State Leadership Conference. 9 July 2009 <http://sde.state.ok.us>. Searcy, Kati. "Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents ." Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents . 8 June 2009 <http://slideshare.net>. 9

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