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Digital Citizenship

A lesson for high school students.
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Amanda Banda

on 20 November 2015

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship

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* Share link to group PowToon on Today's Meet.
Presentoons
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Waa8hMTLaiM2h0SWJvMkxOUVU/edit?usp=sharing
Digital Footprint
The trail or "footprints" we leave online leaves traces of personal information available,
FOREVER
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5 Simple Rules of Digital Citizenship
1.) Think before you post or text.
Social Networking Site
* Site Name

* Site Logo

* Google Document: Brainstorming

*Google Document: Rules


* Landing Page Layout Design


* Presentoon
Project Timeline
You will have 6 days to complete this project.
Digital Citizenship
How to act online and use technology responsibly.
A bad reputation is just a click away.
Before pressing the "send" button, imagine the last person you'd want seeing that text/post/message.
Posting an embarrassing photo or forwarding a friend's private text without their permission can cause unintended hurt and damage to others.
3.) Spread heart, not hurt
If you wouldn't say it in person DON'T SAY IT ONLINE.
Stand up for those who are bullied or harassed, and let them know you're there for them.
Respect other people's creative work, give credit and recognition when due.
5.) Make this a world you want to live in.
Ways you leave a digital footprint:
- Site registration/log in/log out
- Posts (Text & Images)
- Search Items
- E-mails & Attachments
- Video Uploads
- Digital Images
- Text/Picture Messages

* All forms of electronic media leave a print *
Nothing is ever truly removed or deleted.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE BY TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT.
Potential
employers
Teachers
Friends
Grandparents
Aunts & Uncles
STRANGERS
Pedophiles
Identity Thieves
Church Members
College recruiters
Stalkers
Cousins
Nieces & Nephews
Neighbors
Principals
Admirers
Parents
Brothers & Sisters
Ad Agencies
Spammers
Hackers
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice-for-parents/be-good-digital-citizen-tips-teens-and-parents#tip_0
Created by:
Amanda Banda
Harlingen CISD
Create & design your own social networking site.
What needs to be completed:
When a child or teen is tormented or harassed by another child or teenager using the internet or mobile phones. Supporting deliberate, repeated and hostile behavior that intentionally
harms others.
Excluding someone from an instant messenger buddy list or blocking their email for no reason
Cyber Bullying
Have you been a bully or victim?
http://www.ncpc.org/topics/cyberbullying/what-is-cyberbullying
Facebook Chat:
http://www.zonealarm.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/110216-ZA-BULLY.png
* If the harasser is an adult, it is considered Cyber harassment, a much more serious offense.
Cyber Bullying:
http://lifesurecomplicated.blogspot.com/2011/04/stop-cyber-bullying.html
Cyber Bullying:
Tricking someone into
revealing personal or
embarrassing information
and sending it to
others.
Breaking into someone's
email or instant message account to send cruel or untrue messages while posing as that person.
Creating websites to make
fun of another person
such as a classmate,
friend or teacher.
Using websites to rate peers as prettiest, ugliest, etc.
Sending someone mean or threatening emails, instant messages, or text messages.
Cyber Bullying:
College Admissions
Officers
Who can see what you post?
What will get people's attention?


A visual representation of your site.


You will keep all of your ideas here.


You will write all of the page rules and safety guidelines here. How will you keep this a safe, fun environment?


Use Photoshop to design the first page layout for your site. Include: buttons, links, images, any information that will draw in site visitors.


Must include:
1.) Site name, Group member names & roles. Brief description of what site is about.
2.) Brainstorming Google Doc text.
(Include link to Brainstorming Google Doc)
3.) Rules from Google Doc text.
(Include link to Rules Google Doc)
4.) Logo
5.) Layout/Landing Page
6.) Work Cited Page
Groups: 3 Members
CEO
- This is the project manager, oversees the group, keeps everyone on task, assists with researching, and helps out where/how they can to make sure the group meets all deadlines.
Designer:
Will be in charge of designing the site logo & layout based off of input from group members.
Writer:
Makes sure the site policies & rules, which have been developed by the group, is in a clear and organized manner that is easy to read, follow and makes sense.
Day 1:
Day 2
Day 3
Day 5
1.) Divide into groups of 3.
Decide who will be:
CEO, Designer, Writer.
4.) Develop a topic and name for your site
Who will your target audience be?
Who is this site for or who will be using it?
What subject matter will be shared on the site?
How will this site contribute to society?
3.) The group WRITER will save to their drive the "Project Team Work Plan & Brainstorming Document" The link is located in todaysmeet.
Make sure everyone in your groups has the ability to add to the document.
Type out all of your ideas on the "Project Team Work Plan & Brainstorming Document"
1.) Group will brainstorm logo color and layout ideas.
(Logo should be saved in the group DESIGNER'S dropbox)
Review/edit/research logo design and rules.
** Things to think about when developing rules: **
Ways to prevent cyber bullying.
What are some issues/problems you've seen on social networking sites that you use?
* Today's Meet
Copy and paste PowToon onto the
Today's Meet site for your class.
2.) CEO & Writer:
Research and gather information for rules. Be
sure to save the links of where information was
found onto the brainstorming google doc.
Be sure to type out all ideas on the group
Google Document.
** Each person in the group needs to be working in their specific area & contributing **
Reminder of Required Information:
1.) Site name
2.) Group member names & roles
3.) Brief description of what site is about. (2-3 sentences)
4.) Brainstorming Google Doc text. (Include link to Brainstorming Google Doc)
5.) Rules Google Doc text. (Include link to Rules Google Doc)
6.) Logo & description of thought process behind logo (2-3 sentences)
(Save logo as .png file so it comes out with a transparent background)
7.) Landing Page (Be sure to save your final Photoshop Document as a .jpg so it will upload onto your PowToon
8.) Work Cited Page (Must be in MLA format)
9.) Music (no inappropriate music)

Create a PowToon Account using your HCISD Email address.
Who will your target audience be?
Who is this site for or who will be using it?
What subject matter will be shared on the site?
How will this site contribute to society?
Colors? Profiles? Photos/Avatars?
Can go on to Day 4 activities if you're ready to begin the landing page design.
Day 4
Landing Page Design
Begin creating the landing page Document size: U.S. Paper
todaysmeet.com/southdesign_
Is this the
right thing to do?
Illegal downloading, digital cheating, and cutting and pasting other people's work may be easy, but that doesn't make it right.
4.) Give and receive credit.
If you want your privacy and work respected, respect others' privacy.
2.) What goes around comes around.
Spread the GOOD stuff. Create, share, tag, comment and contribute to the online world in positive ways.
We all have a story,
reason & purpose.
Final product will be presented to class.
2.) Sign and submit "Team Contract"
* If you need a refresher on Google Docs view the Google Drive Writing Prompt.pdf here: http://www.hcisd.org/Page/8889
* You will add to this document throughout the project.
* Be sure to add to and check off completed items on the "Project Team Work Plan" *
http://www.powtoon.com/edu-home/
Your group can designate who will be in charge of adding content to the PowToon.
http://www.powtoon.com/edu-home/
Information Needed in PowToon:
1.) Site name
2.) Group member names & roles
3.) Brief description of what site is about. (2-3 sentences)
4.) Brainstorming Google Doc text. (Include link to Brainstorming Google Doc)
5.) Rules Google Doc text. (Include link to Rules Google Doc)
6.) Logo & description of thought process behind logo (2-3 sentences)
(Save logo as .png file so it comes out with a transparent background)
7.) Landing Page (Be sure to save your final Photoshop Document as a .jpg so it will upload onto your PowToon
8.) Work Cited Page (Must be in MLA format) (See How to Cite a Website in MLA, pg. 10)
9.) Music (no inappropriate music)

Complete & submit "Pre-Presentation Information" document.
Each group will submit one document. Save it to your dropbox from here:
Students will present their final product. Business attire is required.
This will be a formal presentation, and each student is expected to contribute and speak.

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