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So, how do you behave digitally when nobody is watching?



Be a Digital Citizen


According to ISTE's National Education Techology Standards,

Digital Citizenship

Means ...

  Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.
a. Students advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology.
b. Students exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity.
c. Students demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning.
d. Students exhibit leadership for digital citizenship.




According to Mike Ribble, a guru in the field of Digital Citizenship, nine elements comprise being a solid Digital Citizen:


                                  Digital Etiquette

Digital Communications

Digital Literacy

Digital Access

Digital Commerce

Digital Law

Digital Rights and responsibilities

Digital Health and Wellness

Digital Security



Essential questions: What are our rights and responsibilities as Digital Citizens?

What does it mean to be a Digital Citizen?


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Learning activities -- In the pages that follow, you will work in teams to explore various aspects of Digital Citizenship and create a new page incorporating your discoveries about what it means to be a Digital Citizen and specific rights and responsibilities involved.






Information for seventh-graders


Comments (6)

george raynak said

at 10:35 pm on Jul 9, 2009

Hi Sharon
This is shaping up very nicely
Another expert you might enjoy exploring is Scott McLeod
His blog is http://www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org/
thanks, gr

shahaye@... said

at 11:00 pm on Jul 9, 2009

Thanks, George. I'll check his blog.

Stefanie Burl Blouin said

at 8:19 am on Jul 10, 2009

Hi Sharon,
I like that you took the initiative to set up a wiki!
This will be a great platform for you, your colleagues,
and your students to use. You have gotten off to a
great start!


Stefanie Burl Blouin said

at 3:00 pm on Nov 16, 2009

Hi Sharon,
Thank you for being willing to share your work with
Charlie and Sandy. Would they be able to have permission
to access the wiki?

chaswilson.vt@gmail.com, slathem@arcsvt.com

Stefanie Burl Blouin said

at 11:50 am on Dec 7, 2009

Hi Sharon,
Could you share this pb wiki site with Diane Lemieux (dlemieux@satecvt.org) and Lucie Delabreure (ldelabruere@gmail.com)?


We are working on the next iteration of our course!


Diane Lemieux said

at 10:13 pm on Feb 10, 2010

Hi Sharon,
Thanks for sharing your wiki with me! You have created an excellent resource for adults and students!
Good work!

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