What is digital citizenship?
Respect yourself online Be kind to others online Be a responsible digital citizen
What is Digital Citizenship?
Online Safety: The practice of protecting yourself and your information while using the internet. Digital Etiquette: Respecting the rights of others and behaving responsibly when using technology. Internet Privacy: The right to keep personal information private and secure when using the internet.
What is the most important responsibility of digital citizenship?
- Respecting the privacy of others
- Being aware of online security risks
- Using data responsibly
- Being kind and respectful online
In 2021, an estimated 4.66 billion people will be using the internet. The oldest domain name ever registered was Symbolics.com in 1985! One of the world's most popular websites is Google, which processes over 40,000 search queries every second!
Draw / write: What are some positive ways to use technology responsibly?
Draw / write: What are some benefits of being a responsible digital citizen?
What are some potential risks of using technology irresponsibly?
How can we show respect for people's digital property?