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A new model of digital citizenship (as shared in the upcoming Flat Classroom Book www.flatclassroombook.com) with a case study and 5 step safety plan.

A new model of digital citizenship (as shared in the upcoming Flat Classroom Book www.flatclassroombook.com) with a case study and 5 step safety plan.

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Enlightened Digital Citizenship

  1. Habits of Learning<br />Etiquette & Respect<br />Areas of Awareness<br />Literacy and Fluency<br />Safety, Privacy, Copyright & Legal<br />Rays of Understanding<br />Technology<br />Access<br />Enlightened<br />Digital <br />Citizenship<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  2. SELF: Assess yourself: Communications and your Ability Inventory<br />A Living Example.<br />ZipperJohnson<br />He has a funny name!<br />And he’s wearing a pink shirt!<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />Brain Storm <br />
  3. Chat Room – Day 1 Part 1<br />Ziiiiiiiiiippppppppppppeeeeeeeeer<br />Yes?<br />ZZZZZZZiiiiiiiippppppppeeeeerrrrr<br />Yes?<br />ZZZZZiiiiiipppppppppppeeeeeerrr<br />Yes? What is wrong?<br />ZZZZZiiiiiipppppppeeeeeerrrrrrrr!<br />Guys, this isn’t funny. I feel like you’re making fun of me.<br />It is just that zzzzzziiiiiippppppeeeeerrrr is a funny name, that’s all.<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  4. Chat Room – Day 1 Part 2<br />Hello, this is Mrs. Smith, Zipper’s teacher. I know that sometimes things seem funny but a person’s name should be respected.<br />But Zzzzzziiiiiippppppppeeeerrrrr is such a funny name. Who are you, anyway?<br />Please be respectful, or I will remove you from the chat.<br />We’re just saying his name. Besides, our teacher is right here and you’re not our teacher.<br />Fine. we’ll just take this over to Facebook,you can’t do anything about it there! See you there, ZZZiiiiipppppeeer.<br />You are not to move to Facebook. Do not make fun of Zipper’s name. This is not OK. You are banned from the chat.<br />I’m Zipper’s friend, that’s not cool.<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  5. Facebook Phase 1– That Night.<br />Friend Request<br />Sent<br />I will ignore their friend request!<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  6. Facebook Phase 2– That Night.<br />Cool! I want as many friends as I can get.<br />Friend Request<br />Sent<br />Already <br />friends<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  7. Facebook Phase 3– Zipper Messes Up<br />I have a new cell phone. I’ll update it on Facebook so it can send me text messages.<br />(123) 456-7890<br />Zipper hasshared his wallto friends of friends<br />(123) 456-7890<br />Posts to Zipper’s wall<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  8. We’ve got him now. No one can stop us!<br />Cell Phone – Phase 4<br />Ziiiiiippppppeeeeerrrrr!<br />Ziiiiiippppppeeeeerrrrr!<br />(123) 456-7890<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  9. We’ve got him now. No one can stop us!<br />Facebook– Phase 5<br />Ziiiiiippppppeeeeerrrrr!<br />Ziiiiiippppppeeeeerrrrr!<br />That’s not cool!<br />Screenshot<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  10. Intervention<br />School Discipline<br />Project Ban<br />That’s not cool!<br />Screenshot<br />Is this true?<br />Messages<br />© 2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  11. 5 Steps to Internet Safety<br />Stop<br />Screenshot<br />Block<br />Tell<br />Share<br />© 2006-2011 All Rights Reserved<br />Vicki A. Davis<br />

Editor's Notes

  • The classroom teacher decides the appropriate action, which may include asking the student to apologize to the educational network or, in some cases, suspending or even banning the student from the network. One of the advantages of working as a global team on these projects is that the networks are monitored 24 hours a day, and RSS feeds make it easy to see new content as soon as it’s posted. It is very rare that a student deliberately or maliciously sets out to be offensive when collaborating online as part of a project. In fact, we’ve suspended or banned fewer than 10 out of 3,000 students in more than three years.
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