The BBI Digital Citizen
Students understand human, cultural,and societal issues related to technologyand practice legal and ethical behaviour.  ad...
Teachers understand local and global societal issuesand responsibilities in an evolving digital cultureand exhibit legal a...
Issues that needto be considered
for schoolmanagement
for school        managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,
for school        managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPs
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfilters
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and access
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitor...
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitor...
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitor...
for school         managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitor...
for teachers
for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols
for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible use
for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citi...
for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citi...
for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citi...
for students
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownership
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism ...
for parents/community
for parents/community     AUP
for parents/community     AUP     rights and permissions
for parents/community     AUP     rights and permissions     consultation
for parents/community     AUP     rights and permissions     consultation     complaints
Digital Citizenship in Bucklands Beach Intermediate  Respect    ◦ Attribution will be given to the owner for information s...
1. Portray yourself as you want others            to see you.         2. Protect passwords. Do not share.         3. The s...
1. Cite the source of images andinformation. Give credit to owner.Ask permission.2. Request to use the software andmedia o...
1. Do not give personal details about   yourself, or your family. Dont publish a   schedule of your activities2. Know what...
imagemanipulationphishing         life skillsscamspurchasingonlineimpulsebuyingchatroomspasswordsonselling andlistsidentit...
The Acceptable Use of the Internet at Bucklands Beach IntermediateAcceptable UseEvery student at Bucklands Beach Intermedi...
ciconline.org  Digital Citizenship Programme1. Online - privacy,         4. Digital Literacy   ownership                 5...
The classroom programme                    1. Online - privacy, ownership•   Students own the copy right of their own arti...
The classroom programme    2. Online identity management    and monitoring    •   User names will be appropriate for young...
The classroom programme       3. Procedures to keep safe   •   When online, use only first name or       nom-de-plume. Give...
The classroom programme4. Digital Literacy  •   Be able to use advanced search techniques. Will give you a more      accur...
The classroom programme5. Downloading and sharing  •   It is illegal to download many movies and games.  •   If you didn’t...
The classroom programme 6. Copyright and plagiarism   •   Everyone is entitled to protection of their       intellectual p...
Digital Citizens at BBIOwn device:               School device: Responsible for own      Book through thedevice - lock up ...
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  • ISTE NETS (National Educational Technology Standards) for Teachers\n
  • ISTE NETS (National Educational Technology Standards) for Teachers\n
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  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • development of policies and procedures - published, discussed and circulated\n
  • include scams, purchasing online, lifeskills\n\nManaging a digital footprint is not the same as a hidden or private profile. Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your passions and beliefs? The important lesson with managing your digital footprint is that everything we do online should represent who we are and what we stand for and we must have the knowledge that this representation will stick with us potentially forever.\n
  • include scams, purchasing online, lifeskills\n\nManaging a digital footprint is not the same as a hidden or private profile. Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your passions and beliefs? The important lesson with managing your digital footprint is that everything we do online should represent who we are and what we stand for and we must have the knowledge that this representation will stick with us potentially forever.\n
  • include scams, purchasing online, lifeskills\n\nManaging a digital footprint is not the same as a hidden or private profile. Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your passions and beliefs? The important lesson with managing your digital footprint is that everything we do online should represent who we are and what we stand for and we must have the knowledge that this representation will stick with us potentially forever.\n
  • include scams, purchasing online, lifeskills\n\nManaging a digital footprint is not the same as a hidden or private profile. Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your passions and beliefs? The important lesson with managing your digital footprint is that everything we do online should represent who we are and what we stand for and we must have the knowledge that this representation will stick with us potentially forever.\n
  • include scams, purchasing online, lifeskills\n\nManaging a digital footprint is not the same as a hidden or private profile. Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your passions and beliefs? The important lesson with managing your digital footprint is that everything we do online should represent who we are and what we stand for and we must have the knowledge that this representation will stick with us potentially forever.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
  • Recognize the signs and emotional effects, the legal consequences and effective solutions for Cyberbullying.\nExhibit responsibility and Netiquette when communicating digitally.\nUnderstand the importance of online identity management and monitoring.\nDemonstrate and advocate for ethical and legal behaviors\nPractice citing sources of text and digital information\nMake ethical and legal decisions when confronted with usage dilemmas\n\nust because information appears on a computer screen doesn’t make it public.\n
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  • Your digital footprint. Think about the information you are posting, what will it mean to an outsider viewing it? \n
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  • strict internet protocol\n - passwording\n\n
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  • Digital citizenship ss

    1. 1. The BBI Digital Citizen
    2. 2. Students understand human, cultural,and societal issues related to technologyand practice legal and ethical behaviour. advocate and practise safe, legal and responsible use of information and technology exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning and productivity demonstrate personal responsibility for life long learning exhibit leadership for digital citizenship
    3. 3. Teachers understand local and global societal issuesand responsibilities in an evolving digital cultureand exhibit legal and ethical behaviour in theirprofessional practices. advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology, including respect for copyright, intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sources. address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources. promote and model digital etiquette and responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information. develop and model cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with colleagues and students of other cultures using digital-age communication and collaboration tools.
    4. 4. Issues that needto be considered
    5. 5. for schoolmanagement
    6. 6. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,
    7. 7. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPs
    8. 8. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfilters
    9. 9. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and access
    10. 10. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitoring
    11. 11. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitoringwellness - furniture, lighting, etc
    12. 12. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitoringwellness - furniture, lighting, etcvirus protection, software updates,backups
    13. 13. for school managementgeneral school policies andprocedures - passwords, systems,AUPsfiltersequity and accessmonitoringwellness - furniture, lighting, etcvirus protection, software updates,backupsabuse/misuse
    14. 14. for teachers
    15. 15. for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols
    16. 16. for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible use
    17. 17. for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citizenship lessons -digital footprint, lifeskills
    18. 18. for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citizenship lessons -digital footprint, lifeskillsmonitoring and feedback
    19. 19. for teacherspersonal use and personal publishingprotocols teach and model safe, legal andresponsible useteach digital citizenship lessons -digital footprint, lifeskillsmonitoring and feedbackclassroom practices
    20. 20. for students
    21. 21. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownership
    22. 22. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring
    23. 23. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism
    24. 24. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe
    25. 25. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy
    26. 26. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy social networking
    27. 27. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy social networking cyberbullying
    28. 28. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy social networking cyberbullying downloading
    29. 29. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy social networking cyberbullying downloading privacy
    30. 30. for students publishing digital work - privacy,ownershiponline identity managementand monitoring copyright and plagiarism procedures to keep safe digital literacy social networking cyberbullying downloading privacychange, deletion or manipulation of files
    31. 31. for parents/community
    32. 32. for parents/community AUP
    33. 33. for parents/community AUP rights and permissions
    34. 34. for parents/community AUP rights and permissions consultation
    35. 35. for parents/community AUP rights and permissions consultation complaints
    36. 36. Digital Citizenship in Bucklands Beach Intermediate Respect ◦ Attribution will be given to the owner for information sources. Creative Commons images and website will be used. ◦ Students and teachers will take all necessary care of equipment. ◦ Permission will be gained from the individuals being videoed/photographed and respect/ responsibility will be given to the footage/photos they are taking. Effect ◦ Publishing work online - ■ The student owns the copy right of their own artistic and literary works ■ Students have the Right of Integrity ie protection from derogatory treatment of their work ■ Students have the Right to say no to their work being published or to request its removal ■ When working on the internet, students will only be identified by first name and class or year (no School name, no personal details.) ◦ Students have had formal class lessons preceding the introduction of any new online environment. An adult will be available when students are online at school ◦ Students will disable or moderate comments on online work. ◦ All online accounts set up will be owned by the teacher or school (or in some cases the parent) , NOT by a student. Protect ◦ BBI will use a MOE approved filter for all online work. ◦ Social networking – any cyberbullying, uploading images without consent, report abuse to teacher/DP. ◦ Use appropriate avatars, usernames. ◦ If the student is uncomfortable or accidentally finds something inappropriate, they will close the computer and report it immediately to the teacher/DP.
    37. 37. 1. Portray yourself as you want others to see you. 2. Protect passwords. Do not share. 3. The student owns the copy right of their own artistic and literary works. 4. Disable or moderate comments on online work. 5. All online accounts set up will be owned by the teacher or school (or in some cases the parent), NOT by aeffect student. 6. Students have the Right of Integrity ie protection from derogatory treatment of their work. 7. Students have the Right to say no to their work being published or to request its removal. 8. If you have nothing nice to say, then say nothing. Don’t forward it, don’t visit it. 9. Report any abuse you see.
    38. 38. 1. Cite the source of images andinformation. Give credit to owner.Ask permission.2. Request to use the software andmedia others produce.3. Show respect for self, others and respectideas. Comments also tell theworld something about you.4. Permission when publishingimages and information about otherpeople.5. Care of equipment.
    39. 39. 1. Do not give personal details about yourself, or your family. Dont publish a schedule of your activities2. Know what to do if you find something inappropriate or even if it just doesn’t feel right.3. Know what to do if cyberbullying takes place.4. Protect yourself, others, and ideas.5. Many sites are R13 – if you are allowed to use the site, your teacher will need to set up a class account for these sites. protect6. Facebook and other social networking sites require appropriate use. Do not post any information that you would not want your mother, grand parent or employer to see. Do not use electronic mediums to flame, bully,harass or stalk other people.7. Use appropriate avatars and user names.
    40. 40. imagemanipulationphishing life skillsscamspurchasingonlineimpulsebuyingchatroomspasswordsonselling andlistsidentity theft
    41. 41. The Acceptable Use of the Internet at Bucklands Beach IntermediateAcceptable UseEvery student at Bucklands Beach Intermediate will keep a portfolio on the internet which will bestored in a secure, passworded environment. The Internet has been provided to further supplementthe school’s information resource; therefore the uses of the Internet are to be focused on activities thatsupport learning and teaching.Internet Safety and Protocols: • Work published to open internet sites will be labelled with first names only. • On open internet sites, personal or contact details will not be disclosed. • Students are responsible for their own personal passwords. • Appropriate language and content will be used to reflect quality work standards. • Only licensed software and web-based tools that are approved by BBI will be used. • Only sites and images appropriate to learning will be accessed. • Students’ work may be shared with others within an educational setting.In accordance with school policy, students are expected to use the resources of BBI with respect, careand responsibility.Bucklands Beach Intermediate uses a Ministry of Education approved filtering system to blockinappropriate sites. Whilst the school takes all care, Bucklands Beach Intermediate School is notresponsible for the nature or the accuracy of information of the content of the sites browsed.I have read and understand the Bucklands Beach Acceptable Use Policysigned (parent/caregiver)signed (student)
    42. 42. ciconline.org Digital Citizenship Programme1. Online - privacy, 4. Digital Literacy ownership 5. Downloading and2. Online identity sharing management and 6. Copyright and monitoring plagiarism3. Procedures to keep safe
    43. 43. The classroom programme 1. Online - privacy, ownership• Students own the copy right of their own artistic and literary works.• Students have the Right of Integrity ie protection from derogatory treatment of their work.• Students have the Right to say no to their work being published or to request its removal.• Students will only be identified by first name and class or year (no School name, no personal details.)• Students have had formal class lessons preceding the introduction of any new online environment. Students will disable comments on all online work.• All online accounts set up will be owned by the teacher or school (or in some cases the parent) , NOT by a student.• School protocol for websites and passwords• A supervising adult will be present when students are online at school
    44. 44. The classroom programme 2. Online identity management and monitoring • User names will be appropriate for young students and reflect a positive attitude. • Passwords will be kept private. Students will not ask for or use others’ passwords. • Avatars and images will be appropriate for young students. • Google your name. What image is going out to the world? • What you upload is there forever - comments and videos.
    45. 45. The classroom programme 3. Procedures to keep safe • When online, use only first name or nom-de-plume. Give no personal information, especially emails, addresses and ph numbers. • Most social networking are R13. If you join you are lying and putting yourself in a dangerous situation. • Don’t engage in comments that are negative or derogatory. • Don’t trust anyone online - not everyone tells the truth. http://lh5.ggpht.com
    46. 46. The classroom programme4. Digital Literacy • Be able to use advanced search techniques. Will give you a more accurate and refined result. • Be able to critique other websites. Is it what it appears to be? • Images are easily manipulated. Is what you see true?
    47. 47. The classroom programme5. Downloading and sharing • It is illegal to download many movies and games. • If you didn’t pay for it, it is probably illegal. • If you use others’ illegal software or downloads, you are just as guilty.
    48. 48. The classroom programme 6. Copyright and plagiarism • Everyone is entitled to protection of their intellectual property. You cannot steal others ideas, published works and creative works. • You cannot change, delete or manipulate the work of others without their permission. • Use Creative Commons and attribution.
    49. 49. Digital Citizens at BBIOwn device: School device: Responsible for own Book through thedevice - lock up wikisecurity available Responsible forWill not be asked to device - treat withshare careUse daily Report any problemsNeeds to be checked Ensure return beforeand logged initially period endsOnly approved sitesNo sharing of software,games, etcResponsible forprotecting the schoolpasswords
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