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Digital Citizenship TIC 2014

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Deb Henkes

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship TIC 2014

Are WE ready?
5 Digital Citizenship Tips
Common Sense Media
Think before you post or text

Social Media doesn't promote bad behavior, it reveals bad behavior.
What goes around comes around
Spread heart, not hurt!
Does every teacher own
Digital Citizenship?
Give and get credit:
Digital Citizenship
TIC 2014

Thank you!
To help our students successfully navigate our (THEIR) online environment?
Make this a world
want to live in
1. Think before you post or text.
2. What goes around comes around.
3. Spread heart, not hurt.
4. Give and get credit.
5. Make this a world you want to live in.
Amy Holst- Keystone Consultant
Mindy Reimer - Clayton Ridge Tech Coordinator/Coach
Deb Henkes - Keystone Consultant
Spring 2014
Clarity Data
Promote Good Digital Citizenship

Social Media Boundaries as an Educator
Regardless of what screen name you use you can be traced and identified.
Do NOT accept students as "friends".
Ask principal and parents to follow you if you have a site/forum for students
Monitor postings from other "friends" and promptly remove postings or friends that are inappropriate.
Do not post comments about your job, colleagues, or students.
Keep public and private separate:
Do not post photographs of you or your friends engaged in what could be considered inappropriate behavior, even if it is a joke.
Be cognizant of the "causes" you join and pages you promote.
What Can YOU Do?
Pay attention
Don't ignore it
When you see something - do something
Remain calm
Deal with students individually
Hold bystanders accountable
Get appropriate help
Additional training
Be Approachable!
5 Steps to Internet Safety
1. Stop
2. Screenshot
3. Block
4. Tell
5. Share
Keystone AEA Site
www. aea1.k12.ia.us > School Technology > Digital Citizenship
Social Media Alternatives
Today's Meet
Socrative/Infuse Learning
Google Apps
& More
Your Digital Footprint is your new cover letter!
People Search @Pipl
Google Yourself
More Than
Citing Sources!
What/why digital responsibility?
An understanding of Copyright?
An understanding of Fair Use?
An understanding of Plagiarism?
Teaching empathy:
Evidence-based tips
for fostering empathy
in children.

Digital Citizenship Game
What NOT to do
1. Address your child’s own needs, and teach him how to “bounce back” from distress
2. Be a “mind-minded” parent
3. Seize everyday opportunities to model—and induce—sympathetic feelings for other people
4. Help kids discover what they have in common with other people
5. Teach kids about the hot-cold empathy gap
6. Help kids explore other roles and perspectives
7. Show kids how to “make a face” while they try to imagine how someone else feels.
8. Help kids develop a sense of morality that depends on internal self-control, not on rewards or punishment
9. Teach (older) kids about mechanisms of moral disengagement
10. Inspire good feelings through pleasant social interactions and physical affection
Today Show Dad
“Every person who writes a document published on the internet, who creates a graphic or icon, who scans his own photograph or records his own voice into a digital file, who sends an electronic mail message, who creates a document for a newsgroup, or who designs a web page owns the copyright to his creative work.”
Carol Simpson,
“Copyright for Schools”

Music rights are infringed upon more than any other source of created media. Mainly because copyright laws are often times misrepresented or misunderstood....
Scenarios for discussion:
Fair Use
Fair Use:
"Fair use, which is not an exemption, but rather is a “defense to a claim of infringement,” is a set of criteria that are evaluated on a case-by-case basis to determine whether public policy in favor of educational goals, such as teaching, research and scholarship, should override the rights of authors. A fair use analysis is driven by the facts of a specific use of a specific work."
~AIME News Volume 24, Issue 1
Teaching Empathy - Evidence-Based Tips
Revenge Porn
Digital Munchausen
FB Teacher Examples
Friending or Creeping?
10 Rules for Kids
Guard your privacy
Protect your reputation
Nothing digital is private
Assume everyone is watching
Follow the Golden Rule
Watch the clock
Choose wisely
Don’t hide
Is it true?
Be smart and safe!
The "Right" to be forgotten?
(Google Lawsuit)
Strategies for Staying Safe
Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center
Common Sense Media Videos
What IS bullying?
Do you feel that this
has been taken care of?
Let's talk about this!
TIP: Use Edmodo, Schoology
Today's Meet or other sites
to teach appropriate
social media discussions
and conversations.
Snap Chat
Revenge Porn
Digital Munchausen
Do both you and your students know how to report an incident at your school?
Protect Your Child Against Abduction
NED Video & Resources
Today Show - Dad kicks kid video
Google yourself!
Think before you
post or text.

What goes around comes around.

Spread heart, not hurt.

Give and get credit.
Make this a world
want to live in.
Social Media
Be an upstander!
Let's talk about this!
Digital Footprint
& Safety

Fair Use Guidelines:
Relevant to course content
Used for face to face instruction on a
closed network
No duplication for distribution
Credit/ cite the copyright holder
One-time use
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