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Cyber Safety and Digital Citizenship
Transcript of Cyber Safety and Digital Citizenship
Visit ACMA Cybersmart
Web-based counselling and resources are available on the Federal Government’s free Cybersmart service
Runs a national outreach program into schools and libraries
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/ 1. Cyber Safety 2. Digital Citizenship Global Citizenship What does it mean to be a good digital citizenship? 3. Ethics: Copy right and Creative Commons
Teaching children about ethical protocols to follow online
Strategies to behave appropriately online
Keeping students safe!
Educate!!! Students must know how to deal effectively with possible online threats!
teach students to behave safely and appropriately online by teaching students that:
Make sure all setting are on private so that only people you want can see particular information
My Online neighborhood: Common Sense Media's comprehensive Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum. Be safe and help teach students to be safe online some of The risks Online
Commercialism (marketing directed at students)
Unwanted contact from unknown people (including cyber bulling and exploitation)
personal information being exposed
Inappropriate websites (including chat rooms, games, offensive and harmful information/images) We are all citizens and should behave safely, responsibly and ethically online. A Digital citizen:
Participates in ICT confidently
Uses ICT to communicate positively with others
Is literate with ICT language and is able to critically analyze
can manage ICT challenges effectively
demonstrates ethical behavior in using ICT
Respects privacy in a digital concept
promotes digital citizenship
tEACHING RESOURCES involving cyber safety available online
plays such an evident role in children's lives in today's society! We need to apply social and ethical protocols and practices in ICT and teach this to young children/students Some of the following online resources are great tools and include strategies to implement in the classroom and at home! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 1.0 Generic License.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHj0gKGYzfy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io3BrAQl3so.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oOZ93jfAhg.. People online might not always be who they say they are. Always tell an adult if you are receiving messages/emails or communication from an unknown person.
never give out personal details or your passwords
http://www.mylgp.org.nz/about/what-is-digital-citizenship/ work online must not be copied or used unless the work falls under the Creative Commons license.
When students use other images or work they must ensure to reference/state where the work came from - by doing this they are using the internet ethically.
guided lesson plan-http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Young20Kids/Hectors20World/For20teachers/~/media/Files/Hectors20World/Teacher20Downloads/Final-Cyberbullying20LP-Middle20Primary.ashx
Lesson plan online resources - http://www.primaryschool.com.au/
Studen-centered approach - http://www.netsafe.org.nz/lgp-a-student-centered-approach-to-teaching-and-learning-about-cybersafety/
Teacher lessons - http://mediasmarts.ca/teacher-resources/find-lesson
CYBERSAFETY leSSON PLANS - http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Schools/Teacher20resources/Lower20primary/Learning20pathway.aspx