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Digital Citizenship

Updated 6-5-17

Avatars

Copyrights and Digital Laws

Curriculum

  1. Common Sense media
  2. K-8, scaffolded, Ask a Tech Teacher (with projects)

Cyberbullying

DigCit–General

Digital Communications

  1. Facebook, YouTube, Texting: Rules of the Road for Kids

Digital Footprints

Digital Privacy

Digital rights and responsibilities

  1. Digital Passport
  2. Digital rights—sharing info

Digital Search and Research

Fair use/Public domain

  1. A Fair(y) Use Tale

Image Copyrights

Images—Free

Internet Hoaxes

  1. Fake baseball blog--well done
  2. Hoax or not?
  3. Save the tree octopus

Internet Safety

Netiquette

Online Ads

  1. Admongo–explore, discover and learn about online ads while playing a game

Online plagiarism

  1. Clicky’s stolen song
  2. Hoax or not?
  3. Plagiarism video

Passwords

  1. Broken Friendship
  2. Password creator—3 steps
  3. Password Rap
  4. Passwords—how secure is yours

7864053 Young people with tablets

Social Media

Stranger Danger

  1. Clicky II

Texting

For a complete Digital Citizenship curriculum for K-8 with 17 topics. 46 lessons. 46 projects. A year-long curriculum that covers everything you need to discuss on internet safety and efficiency, check out K-8 Digital Citizenship Curriculum.


8 Responses to Digital Citizenship

  1. Scherry Stone

    Have you found any Digital citizenship for the high school level? I have looked at the links you have provided however a lot of them are things the students have already been taught or are not age appropriate. If your able to lead me in a direction I would very much appreciate it.

    • Jacqui

      Hi Scherry–nice to hear from you. The NSTeens series is aimed at teens, so high school. See if that works for you. By high school–as you say–they have been introduced to all the digital rights and responsibilities. Now, it’s time to make them part of their daily activities. For example, creating their own artwork in photo editors and art programs rather than using someone else’s (and why do that?). Knowing how and when citations are needed (no for facts in the public domain; yes for opinions and ideas).

      Does that help? Let me know if you need more.

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