What is digital citizenship in a few words?
Using technology responsibly and safely Respecting others online Recognizing cyberbullying and what to do if you see it
Privacy: Keeping your personal information such as your name, address, and phone number safe and secure.
Netiquette: The etiquette rules for communicating and interacting with others online.
Cyberbullying: Unkind behavior or threats towards others using digital technology.
Did you know?
Developing good digital citizenship skills at an early age can help children stay safe online and make better decisions in the future. Digital citizenship involves respecting and protecting yourself, as well as others, online. Digital citizenship is an important part of digital literacy, which is the ability to use digital technology effectively and responsibly.
What is digital citizenship?
What are some ways to be a good digital citizen?
How can you show respect for others online?
What can you do to protect your personal information online?
Brain break: Draw a bubblegum factory with elves operating giant bubble-making machines
In pairs: Select one task
Question: What are some ways to be a good digital citizen?
Think carefully before you post online Be respectful to others online Protect your privacy
A: Draw a picture of what an example of a good digital citizen looks like B: Draw a picture of what an example of a bad digital citizen looks like
What does it mean to be a good digital citizen?
- Sharing personal information with strangers
- Using inappropriate language
- Being kind and respectful online
- Ignoring others' feelings online
Why is it important to protect your personal information online?
- To keep yourself safe from hackers and identity theft
- To show off to others
- To get more likes on social media
- To make new friends easily
Work together in pairs: What is one way that you can be a good digital citizen when using the internet?