The more our students are online, the more information they will encounter.
It is important for them not only be able to access this information, but also to be the best digital citizens that they can be.
Here are some ideas. I am sure there are lots and lots more.
I would be able to print this for my students to use as a guide for their technology use.
I love your work ! Thanks for the inspiration – I have used your ideas and added a few of my own thoughts
I love it!
I borrowed your idea and redesigned it into a landscape poster. Hope that’s OK with you. http://tinyurl.com/digcitpost
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Important ideas for secondary students and older. A good reminder for all!
Reblogged this on ICTs in Education: the journey of Alisia, pre-service educator and commented:
While we’re focusing on bringing ICT into the classroom, don’t forget that we also have to actively model and promote digital citizenship. Students today often have a high level of ICT skills, and this connection can create the potential for dangerous /unsafe situations. To answer ks to remove technology, but a more logical answer is to teach students to be aware and actively create and maintain safe digital environments.
This is a really concise way to display a lot of important information! Thank you!
We made it into a bulletin board for middle school. Thanks for the information!
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Reblogged this on Rhondda's Reflections – wandering around the Web and commented:
Many times the decisions that you need to make to be a good digital citizen are logical and invlove using some common sense and good manners. However it can be easy to forget or overlook some simple steps hen in a hurry so having prompts/posters/images around to remind us about our rights and responsibilities.
Reblogging this on my thinkspace blog – for a university course on Digital Citizenship. Thank you.