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Digital Citizenship - 7th Grade
Transcript of Digital Citizenship - 7th Grade
What is it?
People - kids, teens, or adults - use the Internet, cell phones, or other
harrass or embarrass
is a form of cyberbullying that involves multiple bullies ganging up on a person.
1 out of every 3 kids is a victim of cyberbullying
Remember that there's a person on the other end
If you wouldn't say it to your grandma, don't say it online or anywhere else
Pause before you post
If you see, hear, or receive demeaning information about another person, DON'T send/tell it to someone else.
for others being bullied
Tell your friends to stop bullying
What to do if you are bullied
1. Don't respond
2. Save evidence
3. Block the bully
4. Tell an adult
Most websites and apps require users to be
13 or older
Photos of you
Only share with family & real-life friends
Don't "friend" or share with people you don't know IRL
In Real Life
Never meet with online friends without a parent or guardian.
If you ever feel uncomfortable or scared,
tell an adult
Trust Your Gut
with anyone, except your parents.
Do not post pictures or info about others, without their permission
Avoid using sarcasm
Respect others' time and space
Your Digital Tattoo
Digital Citizenship Presentation by Caitlin Cahill/Orono Public Schools is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Some websites and apps require users to be
18 or older
w/ Parent Permission
w/ Parent Permission
: Enter your correct birthday
Non-obvious security questions
Good: 5+ words, acronyms
Bad: single word, txt spk, pet names
e.g. your school, favorite teacher, where you were born
can see your posts
Keep private: birthday, location
Avoid liking or commenting on public pages
Did you pay for it?
» If you didn't, it's probably illegal
Do you trust the person or website?
» Free downloads can spread viruses
This includes your teachers'!
Keep it Legal
Including following school guidelines
Protect private information
Respect yourself and others
in online communities
Stay safe online
by listening to your gut feelings
Stand up to cyberbullying
whenever you see it happening.
Image from Ender's Game by OddLot Media
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