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Digital Citizen Survival Kit

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Agenda

How can tooth paste, a packet of seeds & a piece of paper help students survive as digital citizens? How about a marker or toothbrush or magnifying glass? Learn more @ this hands on workshop.

Examine & discuss common digital citizenship issues for students.  

Kit is quick, easy & inexpensive to assemble. Also review online resources for K-12 students.

 

1. Introduction & digital respect, educate, protect

2.  Survival Kit

3, Group share new ideas, suggestions, additions for K-12 kits

4. Websites for K-12 Digital Citizenship Knowledge

5. Fake News 

6. Resources

7. Post Card Reflection

 

Digital Citizen Survival Kit 8 items

 Padlock  Set strong passwords and to set up passcode locks on all digital devices.   "Lock 'em down" 

Toothbrush Passwords & toothbrushes are very similar- NEVER SHARE (except with parent/guardian)

Permanent Marker Even if you hit delete EVERYTHING you put online is permanent

Toothpaste Once it's out of the tube you can't put it back in...same with information posted online

Packet of Seeds What are you planting on the world wide web..could it GROW into a bigger issue or problem?

Sheet of Paper cyberbullying

Magnifying Glass We don't start with handshakes today, we check Google! What are first impressions when someone searches for you??

Notebook   what if all things students put online were in a journal? do you want everyone to read your journal?

 

Digital Citizen Knowledge

 

 

ISTE STANDARD   Digital Citizenship:Students recognize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act and model in ways that are safe, legal and ethical.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnV3ogZLxfCNOlWLTGS6n2g

 

The Write Center

 

Digital Hacks

 

Agenda

How can tooth paste, a packet of seeds & a piece of paper help students survive as digital citizens? How about a marker or toothbrush or magnifying glass? Learn more @ this hands on workshop.

Examine & discuss common digital citizenship issues for students.  

Kit is quick, easy & inexpensive to assemble. Also review online resources for K-12 students.

 

1. Introduction & digital respect, educate, protect

2.  Survival Kit

3, Group share new ideas, suggestions, additions for K-12 kits

4. Websites for K-12 Digital Citizenship Knowledge

5. Fake News

6. Resources

7. Post Card Reflection

 

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