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What is Digital Citizenship???
Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. (www.digitalcitizenship.net)
Andrew Churches has unpacked some extensive thinking about the 'Digital Citizen' and summarises three key aspects of digital citizenship. These are:
Respecting and protecting yourself
Respecting and protecting others
Respecting and protecting intellectual property
To read more on his wiki
What sort of Digital Citizen will you be?
Internet Safety Presentation
(thanks to Tom McGee)
Online & Interactive Games for Students
Safe Internet Usage Online Programme/Course for Kids
- we'll look at (and play) this one today
Internet Safety interactive activity
Are you a responsible digital citizen?
- online interactive
NCS Teacher Check - Blogging & Cybersafety:
Do you KNOW who the students are in your class that DO NOT have
parental permission to have their images online
? (eg. on class blog etc)
who have enrolled in your class partway through the year?
Do your students KNOW not to use their
(ever!) on the blogs/online?
Do you have your
in place for this year? (co-constructed with your class?) If so, do others know about and
these? (eg. parents not leaving last names on comments etc)
if you still need to develop some.
Have you READ our
school cybersafety agreement
? Do you
how it impacts both yourself and your students?
Other Important Links to check out for resources
- check out the link on the left hand side too
(thanks to Suzie Vespers' wiki for the above)
Stephen Balkin - CEO Family Online Safety Institute
A great NZ website teaching children about online safety and digital citizenshipThe website contains:* Excellent Lesson Plans grouped into age categories
Cartoons covering a range of topics
A range of support material
To view Lesson Plans click here
A great range of lessons categorised into age groups covering the topics listed below
A well organised age categorised grid organising content around:
Understanding the impact of ICT in our lives
Acting responsbibly online
A great interactive and educational U.S. website teaching children how to be safe online.
Netsmartz Index for Teachers
Here you can search content material according to age and topic
Netsmartz for Kids
- Videos, Games and Free Stuff for Kids
Room 5 Nelson Central School 2011
Internet Safety Guidelines
2011 Computer License Agreement
help on how to format text
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