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Digital Citizenship

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1. Word cloud
120 seconds
In one word, describe what digital citizenship means to you?
2. Slide
60 seconds
Respect the intellectual property of others Be aware of online security & privacy Be mindful of your online reputation
Being a digital citizen
3. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw a flower with googly eyes and a giant smile on it.
4. Slide
60 seconds
Digital Ethics: the moral principles that guide behavior in digital contexts such as online interactions, data collection, and using digital tools. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: the rights and responsibilities of individuals when using digital technologies, such as respecting the privacy of others, understanding the legal implications of online activities, and protecting intellectual property. Online Safety: strategies for staying safe online, such as recognizing online scams and cyberbullying, using strong passwords, and understanding how to protect personal information.
5. Slide
60 seconds
In 2009, the first digital citizenship curriculum was created by a group of educators and technology professionals. The Digital Citizenship Institute was established in 2018 to provide resources and training to educators and students. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) launched the Global Digital Citizenship Initiative in 2017 to promote digital citizenship and education worldwide.
Did you know?
6. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in pairs: What is one way you can use digital tools to promote responsible citizenship in your community?
7. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
How can we ensure that our online behavior reflects the values and principles of good digital citizenship, such as respect, responsibility, and safety?
8. Open question
180 seconds
What are three steps that you can take to practice responsible digital citizenship?
9. Poll
60 seconds
What are some examples of good digital citizenship practices?
  • Protecting personal information, respecting others online, using technology responsibly
  • Sharing personal information online, cyberbullying others, spending too much time online
10. Poll
60 seconds
What are the potential consequences of poor digital citizenship?
  • Improved social skills and communication
  • Cyberbullying, identity theft, legal issues
  • Increased productivity and efficiency at work
11. Poll
60 seconds
How can individuals be good digital citizens in social media platforms?
  • By posting anything they want because freedom of speech is protected by law.
  • By criticizing other people's posts if they disagree with them.
  • By being respectful to others' opinions, avoiding sharing fake news or rumors and reporting bullying or harassment.
12. Poll
60 seconds
Why is it important to teach students about digital citizenship in schools?
  • Because it helps students get better grades.
  • To help them become responsible users of technology and prepare them for their future lives as adults.
  • Because schools have a lot more money than other institutions so they should spend it on something.
13. Poll
60 seconds
What is digital citizenship?
  • The study of digital media
  • The responsible use of technology and internet
  • The ownership of digital devices
14. Poll
60 seconds
What is the most important thing you have learned today??

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