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    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP Jennifer Reader MEDUC 504
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP DEFINITION
      • Norms of behavior with regard to technology use

      • Source: Digital Citizenship Article by Mike S. Ribble,Gerald D. Bailey,and Tweed W. Ross
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
      • In 1950, The National Science Foundation Act was passed by Congress
        • Creation of an alternate communication venue
      • In 1992, Act amended to provided use of modern-day Internet
        • Creation of new movement in education - Internet safety
      • In 1998, The Department of Justice created the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force units (ICAC), to fight the proliferation of child pornography and enticement
      • In 2001, leading security companies and the Department of Homeland Security founded the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) t o support digital citizens in safely and securely using the Internet and to protect themselves and the cyber infrastructure
    • GENERAL BEHAVIOR AREAS OF DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
        • Etiquette : electronic standards of conduct or procedure
        • Communication : electronic exchange of information
        • Education : the process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology
        • Access : full electronic participation in society
    • GENERAL BEHAVIOR AREAS OF DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
        • Commerce : electronic buying and selling of goods
        • Responsibility : electronic responsibility for actions and deeds
        • Rights : those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world
        • Safety : physical well-being in a digital technology world
        • Security : electronic precautions to guarantee safety
        • Source: Digital Citizenship Article by Mike S. Ribble,Gerald D. Bailey,and Tweed W. Ross
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
      • If adults use technologies inappropriately, students can assume it is the norm which can lead to inappropriate technology behavior on the part of students.
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP STRATEGIES
      • Follow established rules and policies of the school and/or district for appropriate technology use
      • Model appropriate uses of technology and correct students if using technology inappropriately
      • Encouragement of students to use digital communication
      • Learning opportunities should be provided in various technology modes (e.g.,Web sites, chat rooms, course management systems).
      • By using technology infused assignments, teach information literacy (e.g.,identifying, accessing, applying,and creating information)
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP STRATEGIES
      • Explore Web sites and materials to learn more about accessibility issues and safety
      • Find ways to accommodate students who have special needs to assist meeting their technology needs
      • Establish time for students to use school technology to work on assignments
      • Allow students to help each other on assignments
        • For example: pair students with no or limited technology access to technology with students who have greater technology experience
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP STRATEGIES
      • Discuss students ’ opinions about material being downloaded without permission
      • Discuss the school ’ s codes of conduct and specific laws relating to illegal technology and the consequence for violating these rules and/or laws
      • Discuss students’ perceptions of ethical/unethical technology use
      • Discuss fair use and copyright laws
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP STRATEGIES
      • Teach students about their digital rights
      • Discuss cyberbullying and students’ opinions and feelings regarding this
      • Discuss the reasons school and district have policies
      • Inform students with about appropriate and inappropriate uses of technology in school
      • Students should be made aware of the long-term physical effects of certain technology use
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP AND CREATIVE CONTENT CURRICULUM STANDARDS
      • National Curriculum Standards for
      • Digital Citizenship
      • http://www.digitalcitizenshiped.com/Standards.pdf
    • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP AND CREATIVE CONTENT
      • http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=66466&title=Digital_Citizenship_and_Creative_Content_Curriculum
    • RESOURCES
      • Bailey, G.D., Ribble, M.S., Ross, T.W., Digital Citizenship , Learning & Leading with Technology, 2004. Volume 32 (1).
      • Hanock, M., Randall, R. & Simpson, A. From Safety to Literacy: Digital Citizenship in the 21stCentury; Cable in the Classroom, Summer 2009 . http://www.ciconline.org/threshold
      • www.teachertube.com
    • LINKS
      • http://www.ciconline.org/threshold
      • http://www.eff.org
      • http://www.digizen.org/
      • http://digitalcitizenshiped.com/
      • www.teachertube.com