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  • 1. Digital Citizenship in Our Schools CSE 627 Online Presentation November 2008 Kevin Murphy
  • 2. Why Digital Citizenship?
    • Billions interact using technologies and social networking sites
    • Society expects accepted ways while interacting with others
    • Who tackles the responsibility to influence safe use of net?
    • What age do we begin lessons?
    • Lessons learned extend into the workplace.
  • 3. Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship
    • Digital Etiquette – electronic standards of conduct or
    • procedures within a culture.
    • Digital Communication – electronic exchange of
    • information
    • Digital Literacy – process of teaching and learning
    • about technology and the use of it .
    • Digital Access – full electronic participation in society .
  • 4.
    • Digital Commerce – electronic buying and selling of goods.
    • Digital Law – electronic responsibility for actions and deeds .
    • Digital Rights & Responsibilities – those freedoms extend
    • to everyone in a digital world .
    • Digital Health & Wellness – physical and psychological well
    • -being in a digital technology world .
    Nine Themes continued…
  • 5. Digital Communication Issues
    • Internet social
    • networks
    • Cell phone & Email
    • platforms
  • 6.
    • Definition:
    • Digital citizenship is the practical and informed behavior students
    • learn when using technology appropriately.
    • It is a way to prepare students for a society of technology
    • Citizenship includes understanding…
    • Flaming
    • On-line fighting
    • Credit card scams
    • Law breaking activities
    • Passing inappropriate material
    • Copyright infringement
    • File sharing
    • Putting people in jeopardy
  • 7. Citizenship continued
    • Cyber bullying
    • Making threats
    • Exchanging information
    • Online social sites
    • Plagiarism
    • Uploading music illegally
    • Exchanging explicit photographs
    • Drug culture and other illegal activities
    • Online solicitation
  • 8. Digital Rights & Responsibilities
  • 9. Schools Role
    • Set policy with use of
    • electronics & internet
    • Parental involvement
    • Policies highlighted
    • Engage students in
    • positive reasons
    • Technology or
    • Business classes
    • instruct to outcomes
  • 10. Decisions - Decisions
    • Guided by policy
    • Mentored, Guided &
    • Monitored
  • 11. Parental Involvement
    • Form partnerships (educators, parents & law enforcement)
    • Stay influential by spending time with kids and sharing potential
    • risks
    • Model appropriate behavior.
    • Restrict certain access with software and internet.
    • Avoid “loosening” the tethers .
    • Subscribe to online blogs that share about scams, online predators
    • and inappropriate solicitations
    • Remain curious about your child’s internet contacts
    • Ask questions and stop activity that violates established policies.
  • 12. Parental Involvement continued
    • Avoid “loosening” the tethers .
    • Subscribe to online safety blogs
    • Become aware of scams and inappropriate solicitations
    • Remain curious about your child’s internet contacts
    • Ask questions and stop activity that violates established
    • policies.
  • 13. Useful Resources for Web Literacy www.WebSmartKids.com/computers.htm Provides many options from safety to reporting illegal activities. http://www.ncpc.org/topics/by-audience/parents Provides explanations for parents teaching internet literacy to their kids. http://www.icslowell.com/ParentResources.htm Tips for parents and advice to be pro-active while kids are online. www.digitalcitizenship.net/ Provides educators and parents examples of web practices and responsibilities.
  • 14. Works Cited North Santiam Student Handbook Stayton, Oregon c 2007 National Educational Technology Standards: http://www.iste.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=NETS Digital Citizenship: www.digitalcitizenship.net/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1HTXq-71S8 Online Safety: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNDOQtZg8k4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96jbanamtiQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8Urs4q6zIk&feature=related

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