What is this Digital Citizenship?

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What is this Digital Citizenship? by Mind Map: What is this Digital Citizenship?

1. A difficult part of digital citizenship is teaching the safety and security side of it. This is especially difficult with younger children because they do not always understand the harm in putting information online. (Kylee Shaffer)

2. What is digital citizenship? To start off this map I believe it would be best to give a link that gives a really nice overview of what digital citizenship entails. This link gives about a paragraph about each of the above topics. and what means as a whole. http://libguides.wcps.k12.md.us/digitalcitizenship/forstaff

3. Digital citizenship is a complex topic that requires a large amount of thought. One of the most difficult parts of digital citizenship is developing a fair and equitable device usage plan. (Mike Lowery)

3.1. (Ashley Castner) Here is a great link about how to use cellphones in your class productively! Because we all know the cellphone can be both a good and evil in the class. http://www.teachhub.com/how-use-cell-phones-learning-tools

3.1.1. And this is a cute video to go along!

4. To go along with monitoring online information we need to be mindful of what is being said to one another online. This link leads to a great video that discusses what constitutes cyberbullying. (Mike Lowery)

4.1. Not only do we need to teach students about being mindful of what is being said to one another online, we also need to teach them that what they put out there cannot be truly deleted. (Kylee Shaffer)

5. (Ashley Castner)Another difficult thing about being a good online citizen is teaching plagiarism. With the fact copy and paste is just so easy, students often forget to give credit to the source. Something I have done is my class is after a student gives an answer I will give credit for the answer to someone entirely unrelated in the room. Usually I either get "that's not my name" or "They didn't say that I did". But its leads into a discussion of well you don't like it when others get credit for your work and then about work from online. Its worked really well in the past for me and I plan to keep using it in the future.

6. This ISTE video is a fantastic explanation of digital citizenship. I like the idea of using technology to make our community better. (Mike Lowery)

7. Jay Jay Beshara: I added this section to outline Character Education for the Digital Age, Jason Ohler, www.ascd.org, Feb 2011. In the section "Need For Character Education. I also feel Dark Web is a subject matter that must be really stressed in the classroom. So I added the poster from: https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-4a5Dd3HFuNI/V4RhVBCI35I/AAAAAAAAWzg/sLD1pmMItlcd_CXF4t7sonQA1Qik-EtZACLcB/s640/2.png

8. Need for Character Education

8.1. Concerns

8.1.1. Cyberbullying

8.1.2. Copyright Infringement/Plagarism

8.1.3. Trusted Resources

8.1.4. The Dark Web

8.1.5. Online Predation

8.2. Past School Approaches

8.2.1. Case-By-Case Fails to acknowledge that all digital issues are connected and are best approached that way Forces students to explore the internet at home when parents aren't around

8.2.2. Limit Access to the Internet Does nothing to teach students about digital citizenship

8.3. A New Approach

8.3.1. Establishing proactive, aggressive character education programs tuned to digital youth place digital activities within the context of community rather than banish them to our students' private lives

9. Who Plays a Role In Digital Use Responsibility (Leslie Core)

9.1. Parents

9.1.1. Discuss appropriate uses of media

9.2. Students

9.2.1. Utilize safety, discretion and kindness

9.3. Teachers

9.3.1. Incorporate 21st Century Learning into classrooms

9.4. Cyber Safety: computer, cyber, en, internet, privacy, safety, science, teaching, technology, think | Glogster EDU - Interactive multimedia posters