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Transcript of Digital Citizenship
How to be a safe, smart digital citizen
What is Digital Citizenship?
How we affect others
Where to go from here?
What is a reputation?
How do you want to be perceived by friends? Parents? Teachers, employers, colleges?
What you do affects other people:
How can I be sure I am being productive?
Where do we go from here?
How we stay safe
What is a digital footprint?
So what do your tracks look like???
Why does this matter?
Every website you visit, comment you make, picture you post, stays on the internet. Sometimes even after you delete it.
Websites keep track of who visits their webpage and the sites those visitors go to before and after they visit, and store this information.
Digital footprints can be helpful.
Your digital footprint can also include your location: pictures contain embedded codes called geotags that show the location of the photo.
People look at social networking sites to get an idea about a person whom they have just met.
- A 2012 survey of college admissions officers showed that
of them searched applicants on google and social media sites.
of those who did, said they found something
(inappropriate photos, vulgar language, etc.)
that negatively impacted students' chances of getting in to their universities.
That's tripled from the previous year!
- They also discovered some students posting under a fake or altered name.
You are not as invisible as you think!
In a recent Career Builder survey,
of employers screened applicants using social media.
Respect the privacy of others:
-Don't take/upload a photo or video of someone without permission.
-Don't tag a person without their permission.
-Don't participate in social polls and contests (TBH, RDH, AskFM etc.).
-Trolling : Trolling is when someone posts negative remarks in a public forum (chatroom, gaming site, youtube/blog comments, reddit, etc.) to anger or upset people.
-Cyberbullying : Includes accidental bullying.
- Contests and polls like Instagram Beauty Pageants, RDH, TBH, and AskFM hurt others
1. Tell an adult.
2. Keep a record of the behavior (screenshots, saved conversations, etc.)
3. Do not reply back.
4. Report the user to the site administrator.
5. Block the user using your privacy settings.
- mean or hurtful texts or emails or polls/contests
- sharing hurtful messages, pictures, videos, or personal info
- excluding or ganging up on others online
- negative gossip/rumors or chatting online
- pretending to be someone else online and portraying them negatively
- posting or tagging someone else in images, messages, videos, comments without permission
1. Ignore the troll - Don't respond to nasty, immature or offensive comments.
2. Block the troll - If they pop up under a different name, block them again.
3. Report trolls - Report trolls to site administrators. If they pop up under a different name, report them again. If they continue, contact the police.
4. Talk with friends and family
5. Protect friends from trolls - if trolls are upsetting a friend, tell them to ignore, block and report. Tell their family and other friends and encourage them to seek support.
What do I do if I come across a troll?
Cyberbullying may include:
What to do if you are bullied:
1. Think before you post.
2. Manage your privacy settings: devices, blogs, forums, SNS, gaming sites
3. Check your privacy settings often.
4. Turn off geotagging.
5. Stranger Danger! Never communicate online with people you don't know in real life...including FOAF. Not even for gaming or KIK!
6. Speaking of gaming: be sure your handle/username is gender neutral and doesn't have any other personal information in it. NEVER post any personal info on ANY site--Including your handles/usernames and phone number.
7. Protect personal information of others too. Never include personal info about anyone in comments or posts including places you hang out, events, jersey numbers, team names and other information that could identify someone to a stranger.
8. Never ever meet someone in person that you have only met online. (This shouldn't be a problem if you stick to tip #5.)
9. If anything happens you are uncomfortable with, tell an adult.
10. KEEP YOUR PASSWORDS PRIVATE AND SECURE AND ALWAYS LOG-OFF!! (
of kids have had their passwords stolen and changed by a bully)
What do these things mean?
How do we build good habits ?
Only use your device in class for classroom activities and purposes.
Manage your online/offline time. Be aware of how much time you spend on games (ahem...outside of school).
Set limits for your personal usage and get important tasks done before you start your online time.
Make time for your friends offline. It is important to spend real time with your friends...not just SNS time.
Make time for your favorite offline activities.
- Post your ideas for using digital media for good at RBMS
- Ideas for building following the resolution of respect daily
- Comments about what was helpful or not helpful about this discussion
Join C2 and follow us on Instagram: RBMS_C2!!
Resolution of Respect
(for online and real life)
I promise to do my best to treat everyone fairly.
I promise to do my best to be kind to everyone-even if they are not like me.
If I see someone being bullied or hurt I will report it to an adult.
Everyone should be able to feel safe and happy at school.
I want our school (and cybercommunity) to be No Place for Hate.
90% of middle school students have had their feelings hurt online
FACT: 42% of kids have been bullied online and only 58% of those ever told an adult