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Digital citizenship - for teachers short

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Tessa Gray

on 5 March 2015

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Digital citizenship
Google yourself
These terms refer to "what people do online when no one else is looking” and is much broader than cyber safety.
Mentoring students to become digital citizens includes addressing issues of respect and identity, access and Internet safety. It starts with you.
Confident, Connected, Collaborative learners
http://ictpd-digital-citizenship-at-home.wikispaces.com/
2. Respect yourself and respect others
1. Protect yourself and protect others
3. Respect and protect property
no 1 lkes u, yr fat & ugly
3. Protect and respect property
http://digitimeatki.wikispaces.com/
Follow lesson plans on the VLN: Digital Citizenship group

http://www.vln.school.nz/discussion/view/702465?user=2216

Especially try this wiki made specifically for schools
http://digitimeatki.wikispaces.com/

as well as the bookmarks for DC

http://www.vln.school.nz/bookmarks/view/808345/a-great-guide-on-teaching-students-about-their-digital-footprint

New Zealand's collaborative Digital citizenship project in Google sites

https://sites.google.com/site/thedigitalcitizenshipproject/

Crowd-sourced resources
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1goC7nwwLpkz-PrDLf4RMQjc_-BG7fRkPZMuHMqBeDqE/edit#slide=id.g47e0801d_38116

Teacher's Council videos on being safe online
http://www.teachersandsocialmedia.co.nz/resources/videos

http://www.netsafe.org.nz/safer-internet-day/

and try this for a good Facebook fright...
http://www.takethislollipop.com/

2008 research shows:
Covert
Sutble, put down, dig or sarcasm, diminishing social status, relationships
Overt
Intentional act of harm, physical, visible, trackable, frequent, obvious

What:
Direct harassment on Mobile
Rumors spread on Internet
Threats of physical harm mobile 32% online 20%
Threatening property and people they care for
Abusive images, videos in order to harass
Videoing harassing of behaviours, very low incidents,

Who:
Girls frenimies
School community gangs, ex boyfriend, girlfriend, Anonymous 27% 38%

Where:
Askfm
Snapchat
Bullying in the Playground
Undesirable, illegal, immoral
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