Monday, March 6, 2017

Hex 5: Digital Citizenship (overview)

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


http://cohort21.com/garthnichols/action-plan/digital-citizenship-curriculum/

Video: Living in a Digital World

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?  Why is looking at policies important?


http://www.edudemic.com/first-five-days-of-digital-citizenship-at-your-school/

Next, you will be creating rules of conduct for being a responsible, positive citizen 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 of this post.  Comment as Anonymous, but be sure to put the first names or initials of your group members.






12 comments:

  1. 1. Be respectful to your piers
    2. Don't use vulgar language
    3. Search for appropriate conduct
    4. Don't spread inaccurate information on the internet.
    5. Don't give out personal information (keep accounts private) E.O. E.W.

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  2. 1. Be respectful to all other users.
    2. Search appropriate content
    3. Be responsible
    4. Treat others how you want to be treated
    5. Don't cyberbully others

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  3. 1)Don't communicate with strangers
    2)don't treat others with disrespect
    3)Don't be hostile
    4)dont send embarrassing photos or texts
    5)dont screen shot something that could hurt someone else.
    DZ KP

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  4. Brandee, Connor, Evan
    1. Don't be rude.
    2. Follow terms, conditions, and policies.
    3. Don't go to shady websites.
    4. Don't post things you will regret.
    5. Don't use copyright sources unless credited to that source.

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  5. Dana Drobny
    1. Don't be rude
    2. Don't spread incorrect information
    3. Don't swear
    4. If you were on a public blog and there is a fight or disagreement leave the sight
    5. When making a project DON'T copyright sources at all

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  6. 1. Be respectful and humble
    2. Don't look up fake facts about stuff/whatever
    3. Go to any sites with "https:" not "http:" or a site with a padlock that is closed or else it wouldn't be safe
    4. Don't use copyright music or sources EVER!
    5. Don't cyberbully others

    S.M.

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  7. Be respectful
    be responsible
    be safe
    no sexting
    me appropriate
    no bad searches

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  8. Bailee Hansen
    1)no cyber bulling
    2)no inappropriate sites
    3)use secure sites
    4)no incorrect info
    5)no inappropriate emails or texts

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  9. 1. be respectful
    2.No cyber bullying
    3.Be polite and nice
    4. Do NOT be cruel
    5.Understand the idea(s) of this class.
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    DaMoN sMiTh

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