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Prepared by Fran Kompar, Coordinator, Media Services

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP : A PARENT’S GUIDE

1
IT’S ABOUT THE LEARNING
A QUICK QUIZ
LIVING IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY
Guiding questions for parents, teachers and
students:
What is the acceptable and appropriate
u...
WHAT IS DIGITAL
CITIZENSHIP?
Digital Citizenship can be
defined as the norms of
appropriate, responsible,
ethical and effe...
TEACHING DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Responsible and ethical use.
 Reviewing policies – Acceptable Use Policy.
 Plagiarism – giv...
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND POSITIVE RESULTS
USING DIGITAL TOOLS “INVISIBLY” TO ACHIEVE “VISIBLE
LEARNING BENEFITS”
Common Core
Standards
illustration shows
that CCSS ...
INTERNET SAFETY:
PARENTS & GUARDIANS l COMMUNITIES
The NetSmartz® Workshop is a program of the National Center for Missing...
CHANGING LANDSCAPE

2010 Study from Kaiser Foundation.

Source: Los Angeles Times
CHANGING LANDSCAPE
1993 - World Wide Web – Mosaic
1995 – World Wide Web reaches Classrooms
1995 – Wikis introduced
1998 – ...
INTERNET

Gaming Devices

Laptops

Cell Phones
THAT’S MY KID!

Are you worried that your child will
have arthritic thumbs from texting
too much?
Does your child have a P...
KIDS WILL BE KIDS
Passing notes = Texting
Buying CDs = Downloading
music
Playing board games = Online
gaming
Writing in a ...
RISKY ONLINE DECISIONS
•
•
•
•
•

“Friending” unknown people
Posting personal information
Embarrassing or harassing people...
WHAT CAN A PARENT DO?
KNOW YOUR LINGO
BRB - Be right back
POS-parents over shoulder
A/S/L - ??
PRIVACY RULES

19
PRIVACY SETTINGS

Only Friends
COMMENTS

Category: Life

I < 3 trees

Friday, September 07, 2008

lol.....
my maryjane growing in my closet!

3:36 PM - 8...
SCREEN NAMES
WHAT DO THEY SAY ABOUT OUR KIDS?

Inappropriate

Appropriate

sxcbebe

b@seball_jok

NYC_pimp

gato-gordito

...
CHECK THE WEBSITE USER POLICY
Under COPPA rules, many social networking sites allow
accounts for children 13 years and up ...
Technology + Bullying =
Cyberbullying
SIGNS OF CYBERBULLYING
A cyberbullying victim might
Stop using the computer or cell phone

Act nervous when receiving an...
CYBERBULLYING

Spreading rumors and gossip
Posting pictures of someone without
consent
Stealing passwords to assume
someon...
WHAT TO DO
 Children who are cyberbullied
should
-

Not respond
Save the messages
Block/ban the bully
Set up new accounts...
SET YOUR OWN RULES
Establish rules for your children’s Internet use
 What sites can they visit?
 Who can they talk to?
...
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Establish rules for safe surfing online with your
child.
Encourage positive uses of the Web – reinforce
u...
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  1. 1. Prepared by Fran Kompar, Coordinator, Media Services DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP : A PARENT’S GUIDE 1
  2. 2. IT’S ABOUT THE LEARNING
  3. 3. A QUICK QUIZ
  4. 4. LIVING IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY Guiding questions for parents, teachers and students: What is the acceptable and appropriate use of the Internet in schools? What are the expectations? At school? At home? What boundaries are already in place and what additional instruction will take place to ensure students create a positive online community in a digital environment at school and home?
  5. 5. WHAT IS DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP? Digital Citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible, ethical and effective use of digital technology. . 5
  6. 6. TEACHING DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP Responsible and ethical use.  Reviewing policies – Acceptable Use Policy.  Plagiarism – giving credit, citations.  Caring for computers. Online Safety  Lessons from Cybersmart, Power to Learn, BrainPop, Learning.com  Privacy, handling email, powerful passwords, netiquette, cyberbullying. Media Awareness  Analyze, question, evaluate and think critically about media and messages.  Evaluate sources of information.
  7. 7. ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND POSITIVE RESULTS
  8. 8. USING DIGITAL TOOLS “INVISIBLY” TO ACHIEVE “VISIBLE LEARNING BENEFITS” Common Core Standards illustration shows that CCSS contains a significant number of technology-related skills and 21st century concepts. Top skills include: Research, Creativity, Technology and Collaboration
  9. 9. INTERNET SAFETY: PARENTS & GUARDIANS l COMMUNITIES The NetSmartz® Workshop is a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children®. Version 7.0
  10. 10. CHANGING LANDSCAPE 2010 Study from Kaiser Foundation. Source: Los Angeles Times
  11. 11. CHANGING LANDSCAPE 1993 - World Wide Web – Mosaic 1995 – World Wide Web reaches Classrooms 1995 – Wikis introduced 1998 – Google launches 2005 – Podcasting word of the year 2005 – YouTube website is founded 2006 – Facebook opened 2006 – Twitter launched 2010 – Apple launches iPad
  12. 12. INTERNET Gaming Devices Laptops Cell Phones
  13. 13. THAT’S MY KID! Are you worried that your child will have arthritic thumbs from texting too much? Does your child have a PhD in multitasking? Is your child ® slowly building an army of Webkinz ?
  14. 14. KIDS WILL BE KIDS Passing notes = Texting Buying CDs = Downloading music Playing board games = Online gaming Writing in a journal = Blogging Dressing a baby doll = Dressing an avatar
  15. 15. RISKY ONLINE DECISIONS • • • • • “Friending” unknown people Posting personal information Embarrassing or harassing people Talking about sex Sending or posting provocative images • Sharing passwords with friends • Clicking on pop-ups
  16. 16. WHAT CAN A PARENT DO?
  17. 17. KNOW YOUR LINGO BRB - Be right back POS-parents over shoulder A/S/L - ??
  18. 18. PRIVACY RULES 19
  19. 19. PRIVACY SETTINGS Only Friends
  20. 20. COMMENTS Category: Life I < 3 trees Friday, September 07, 2008 lol..... my maryjane growing in my closet! 3:36 PM - 8 Comments - 2 Kudos - Add Comment - Edit - Remove
  21. 21. SCREEN NAMES WHAT DO THEY SAY ABOUT OUR KIDS? Inappropriate Appropriate sxcbebe b@seball_jok NYC_pimp gato-gordito Gangsta4lif ZeldaWiz kid_booz3r MiniMac_grl
  22. 22. CHECK THE WEBSITE USER POLICY Under COPPA rules, many social networking sites allow accounts for children 13 years and up ONLY. Statistics: Over 5 million children under the age of 8 use Facebook!! 38% of kids on Facebook are underage Family Safety Center – from Facebook https://www.facebook.com/help/441374602560317/
  23. 23. Technology + Bullying = Cyberbullying
  24. 24. SIGNS OF CYBERBULLYING A cyberbullying victim might Stop using the computer or cell phone Act nervous when receiving an e-mail, IM, or text Seem uneasy about going to school Withdraw from friends and family
  25. 25. CYBERBULLYING Spreading rumors and gossip Posting pictures of someone without consent Stealing passwords to assume someone else’s identity Threatening or harassing with offensive language
  26. 26. WHAT TO DO  Children who are cyberbullied should - Not respond Save the messages Block/ban the bully Set up new accounts REPORT If you feel like your child is in immediate danger, contact your local police.
  27. 27. SET YOUR OWN RULES Establish rules for your children’s Internet use  What sites can they visit?  Who can they talk to?  How much time can they spend online? Keep the computer in a common room (not in secluded areas like a bedroom or basement)
  28. 28. WHAT CAN YOU DO? Establish rules for safe surfing online with your child. Encourage positive uses of the Web – reinforce use of quality, school resources through Virtual Library and teacher suggestions. Empower children to self-monitor. Communicate. Link to Virtual Library Resources
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