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How to be a good digital citizen online-ETL523-Group 1.2

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Teaching tool for assisting students to become Good Digital Citizens online.

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How to be a good digital citizen online-ETL523-Group 1.2

  1. 1. HOW TO BE A GOOD DIGITAL CITIZEN ONLINE TO BE A GOOD DIGITAL CITIZEN ONLINE MEANS THAT YOU ARE SAFE, YOU RESPECT OTHERS ONLINE AND YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE WITH THE INFORMATION THAT YOU SHARE. ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B
  2. 2. BEING SAFE WHILE BEING ONLINE • Only visit child-friendly search engines (Media Smarts. 2014, para. 5). • Don’t share any personal information with people you don’t know (Cassidy, 2014, para. 8). • Don’t use your full name-always use your first name (Cassidy, 2014, para. 10). • Always get permission from your parents before you post on a new site (Cassidy, 2014, para. 8). • Only chat with people who you know-remember to not talk with strangers even on the internet (Filucci, 2017, para. 5). ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B
  3. 3. BEING RESPECTFUL WHILE ONLINE • Think about other people’s feelings before you post (Cassidy, 2014, para. 14). • Only leave comments that you would like to get (Cassidy, 2014, para. 13). • Remember that what you post online will stay online forever (Madden, Fox, Smith & Vitak, 2007, para. 4). ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B (Chenyang, n.d.)
  4. 4. BEING RESPONSIBLE WHILE ONLINE • Being responsible online means that you don’t share any personal information about yourself or your family (Media Smarts, 2014, para. 6). • Never tell or share with anyone your password. • Always talk to an adult if you see anything that makes you feel uncomfortable (Media Smarts, 2014, para. 6). • If someone Bully’s you online-Tell an adult about it, ignore the Bully and keep what they have sent to you to show the adult (Media Smarts, 2014, para. 6). ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B
  5. 5. HOW DO I KNOW WHAT TO SHARE ONLINE? Do you have permission to share it? YES NO Don’t share it Is the photo or text, something your parents would view? YES NO Don’t share it Will the sharing of the photo or text, likely to cause trouble for yourself or others? YES NO Don’t share it If you answered YES to these questions, then go ahead and share online. ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B
  6. 6. REMEMBER THAT WHAT YOU SHARE ONLINE, WILL STAY ONLINE FOREVER. ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B Think before you post (Edublogs, 2013)
  7. 7. CYBER DETECTIVE AGENCY • This is a interactive internet game, where you learn about being a good digital citizen. Click on the link to go to the site and play the game. • http://www.digitalcitizenchip.nsw.edu.au/cyberdetective/ ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B (NSW Department of Education & Communities, 2012).
  8. 8. REFERENCES Cassidy, K. (2014). Even our youngest students need digital citizenship skills. In Powerful Learning Practice. Retrieved from http://plpnetwork.com/2014/06/26/primary-kids-digital-citizenship-skills/ Chenyang. L. (n.d.). Google’s artificial brain teaches itself to find cat videos [Image]. Available from https://s-media-cache- ak0.pinimg.com/originals/61/db/c6/61dbc6e22f32d2980f71233e3d78.jpg Edublogs. (2013). Social Media Icons [Image]. Available from http://blogs.egusd.net/digitalcitizenship/parents/social-media-101/ Filucci, S. (2017). Here’s the secret to raising a safe, smart kid. In Common Sense Education. Retrieved from https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/heres-the-secret-to-raising-a-safe-smart- kid?j=4357806&e=Lindsay.Julie@gmail.com&l=1313471_HTML&u=64982746&mid=7000332&jb= 28&utm_source=022417+Default&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly# Madden, M., Fox, S., Smith, A., & Vitak, J. (2007). Digital footprints. In Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewinternet.org/2007/12/16/digital-footprints/ Media Smarts. (2014). Internet safety tips by Age: 5-7 [Fact sheet]. Retrieved from http://mediasmarts.ca/sites/mediasmarts/files/tipsheet_internet_safety_tips_5-7.pdf NSW Department of Education & Communities. (2012). Cyber Detective Agency [Image]. Available from http://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/cyberdetective/ ETL523-GEORGIA STEWART-11179043-ASSESSMENT 2-PART B

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