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Digital Citizenship (Students)

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on 3 September 2014

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship (Students)

CITIZEN?
What does it mean to be a....
GOOD
DIGITAL
What does it mean to be an...
AMERICAN
CITIZEN?
As an American Citizen, we have certain responsibilities and a range of privileges (rights).
As an American Citizen, we enjoy living in a free and democratic society.
what YOU give to America
Responsibilities
Privileges (Rights)
what America gives YOU
Support and defend the Constitution
Serve the country when required
Participate in the democratic process
Respect and obey federal, state, and local laws
Respect the rights, beliefs, and opinions of others
Participate in your local community
As an American Citizen you must...
As an American Citizen you are entitled to...
Vote in federal elections
Serve on a jury
Bring family members to the United States
Obtain citizenship for children born abroad
Travel with a U.S. passport
Run for federal office
Become eligible for federal grants and scholarship
So...
Q. What does it mean to be
a GOOD Digital Citizen?
A. Someone who uses technology in legal, safe, ethical and appropriate and responsible ways.
A History Lesson...
History of Computers
http://www.history.com/shows/modern-marvels/videos/who-invented-the-computer#who-invented-the-computer
Digital Footprints
&
Your Digital

What are some ways that your
digital footprint can grow?
Does this video contribute to a positive or negative digital reputation? Why?
Justin Bieber's first YouTube appearance
39 135 652 views
42 948 332 views
Star Wars Kid
Does this video contribute to a positive or negative digital reputation? Why?
Maria Aragon
55 244 667 views
Does this video contribute to a positive or a negative digital reputation? Why?
Charlie Bit my Finger
511 746 721 views
Does this video contribute to a positive or a negative digital reputation? Why?
online auctions and websites
secure websites (https://)
in-app purchases
SMS premium services
Digital Commerce
Digital Access
school and home
young and old
urban and remote
people with disabilities
people with learning needs
e-mail
mobile phones
video calls (e.g. Skype / Facetime)
text Messaging (SMS)
blogs
wikis
social networking (e.g. Facebook)
Digital Communication
Digital Literacy
using technology to learn
learning to use technology
Digital Etiquette
no cyber bullying
no threats, gossip or nasty language
no mobile phones in class, church, dinner table or movie cinema
Digital Law
pirating movies, video games and music
copying other people's work (plagiarism)
identity theft (passwords or phishing)
Digital Rights
When online, we have the right to...
be respected
privacy
be and feel safe
anonymity
learn
information
choices
socialise
have fun
Digital Responsibilities
When online, we are responsible for...
reporting scary content
reporting bullies
following our school policy (Acceptable Use Agreement)
managing our screen time
respecting others
keep ourselves safe online
keeping ourselves private online
educating our parents
acknowledging others' work if we use it
Digital Health and Well Being
posture when using a computer
screen time
technology addiction
technology and exercise
Digital Security
keeping safe online
don't interact with strangers online
set a strong password (letters & numbers)
keep your password private
don't share personal details online
don't share photos of yourself, family or friends
don't open emails or attachments from unknown people or companies (could be a virus or a scam)
privacy settings
keep virus protection up-to-date
Textiety
Phantom ringing syndrome
Binge texting
Nomophopia
Post Traumatic Text Disorder
Blackberry Thumb
RSI
IAD
Can you explain these?
making appropriate use of...
equal right to access digital information
respect others
don't break the law online
buying and selling online
looking after our bodies and minds
Reputation
talk to your parents
space were I am free to reflect, record my thoughts, take responsible risks and try new things.
A private
a collaborative
space were I am able to share my work with a known group of peers or colleagues
a public space were the whole world can
my work.
Textiety - Anxiety felt when one suspects they may have sent an inappropriate text message to the wrong person.
Phantom Ringing syndrome - the sensation and false belief that one can feel one's mobile phone vibrating or hear it ringing, when in fact the telephone is not doing so.
Binge Texting - A period of excessive or uncontrolled texting between two or more people, usually associated with meeting a new prospective partner with whom you just can't stop talking to.
Nomophobia - the fear of being out of mobile phone contact.The term, an abbreviation for "no-mobile-phone phobia"
Post Traumatic Text Disorder - injuries related to texting, such as walking into objects by not paying attention to your surroundings.
Blackberry thumb - refers to a form of repetitive strain injury caused by the frequent use of the thumbs to press buttons on PDAs, smartphones, or other mobile devices.
Repetitive strain injuries - injuries to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward positions.
Internet addiction disorder (IAD), or, more broadly, Internet overuse, problematic computer use or pathological computer use, is excessive computer use that interferes with daily life
Review
Digital Citizenship
Digital Footprint
Digital Reputation
Digital Access
Digital Commerce
Digital Communication

Anything you post online can be....
The Spaces of the Internet
Explain the 3 spaces of the internet.
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