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Digital Citizenship
Addressed in the NETS*S

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

Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship




Used with Permission: Mike Ribble, Ed. D.

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Ribble Baily ISTE10 Handouts on Digital Citizenship

Get Your Web License! Online quiz from PBS

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Power to Learn

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Interactive case studies
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Websites
Mike Ribble's Digital Citizenship Website




Digital Etiquette


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logo_digiteen.jpgDigiteen's page on Digital Etiquette

How to Follow Proper Netiquette Rules

- A Howcast - includes text and video. Great for middle or high school students!

The Netiquette Quiz - Great for middle or high school students!
(from Albion.com)

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Digital Communication


Student Cell Phone and Texting Tips and Advice
-a couple of great videos on the site, too!

Use those cell phones for student responses -

Cell Phones in the Classroom - Wiffiti Says Yes - SLJ article

Wiffiti



Super Texting




Netlingo.com

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Pew Internet Survey
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Digital Literacy


See Information_Fluency
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Interactive Read-Write-Think Lesson - Student visits 10 Web sites to explore how people use literacy to interact with information on the Internet.
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Digital Access


Slideshare by Buffy Hamilton



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SafeShopping.org

- Great information from the American Bar Association.
Microsoft Online Safety

- 6 rules for safer financial transactions online
How to shop onine more safely

(Microsoft)


Digital Law


Acadia University Vaughan Memorial Library- Plagiarism Tutorial

Read-Write-Think Lesson plans on copyright and fair use - K-12

Plagiarism-Proofing Assignments by Doug Johnson




Citations Makers

Digital Rights & Responsibilities


Digi Teen

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Digital Citizenship & Creative Content: Free Curriculum


Common Sense Media - Just launched free Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Commonsensemedia.org


Digital Health & Wellness



The Digital You: Attention, Multitasking and Addiction - complete digital workshop from Frontline, with video, polls, quizzes, & more!

Don't text & drive! This CBS You Tube video could spur some good conversation with teens.


Digital Security (Self-Protection)


ConnectedSafely.org

GenNetWise

iSafe
McGruff
NetSmartzKids
Safekids.com
Safeteens.com
StaySafeOnline.org
WiredSafety.org








This Internet Safety video created by kids, for kids, shows the dangers of sharing too much personal information online. A Public Service Announcement produced and developed by the Teen Advisory Board of the Mesquite Branch Library, Phoenix Public Library.



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Digital Citizenship at previous Smackdowns:

AASL
NECC09


Contributors for this page are Nancy White and Dawn Nelson.