Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Hex 3: Digital Citizenship (overview)

In this class, we will be focusing on 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship.  


Video: Living in a Digital World

To begin, consider the following questions:

1.  What does it mean to be a citizen of a community (school, city, state, national, etc.)?

2. What are some rights and responsibilities of a citizen?

3.  How is being a digital citizen similar and different to other kinds of citizens?

4. Where can you find policies of different websites?


Next, you will be creating rules of conduct for being online with your table groups.  

Group roles:
-Facilitator (you like to take charge and can keep everyone on task)
-Recorder (you can write and type quickly)
-Spokesperson (you like to talk)
-Abstract thinker (you can think of creative ideas)

Everyone should contribute!

Come up with five rules for proper behavior when using the Internet.  

Share your five rules in the comment section.  Comment as Anonymous, but be sure to put the first names ONLY of your group members.

1 comment:

  1. Shelby, Sam, Morgan, Lily
    1- Dont cyberbully
    2- Post appropriatly no BAD photos
    3- Make your accounts safe
    4- Follow the policies
    5- Make sure you're the only one accessing your account

    no dirty images
    use wisely
    don't try hacking accounts
    site your information and give credit
    don't cyber bully


    1. Respect others comments and opinions
    2. No inappropriate, foul language, or comments
    3. Stay on task
    4. Stay Active and Be Healthy
    5. Be aware of your privacy settings
    Riley, Trent, Russel

    5 rules for being on social media:
    1. Don't share personal information
    2. Post appropriate pictures
    3. Don't talk to strangers
    4. Don't send requests to people you don't know
    5. Watch what you say
    Sydney, Saryna, and Alexa

    -be smrt
    -be courteous
    -be respectful
    -no gossip
    -no inappropriate posts