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Digital Citizenship

Jessica Bick
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Computing4th Grade

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Digital Citizenship

Jessica Bick

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Digital Citizenship Curriculum 
    When thinking about what digital citizenship, I think it should include how students can be safe and appropriate while online, information about cyberbullying and how to monitor your digital footprint and personal privacy. I did not come up with the complete idea of Rings of Responsibility. I feel that teaching about being safe and appropriate is important for students to be responsible. I did not consider that would include students taking responsibility for their actions and understanding how their behavior can affect others. Digital citizenship pledge was another category that I did not think about it. Now it makes sense to have students create pledges to follow therefore allowing them to develop a sense of community and achievement of their goals. Also, I did not think about the category of seeing is believing. I think it is something that should be taught to students because they should be aware that people may not be real and can alter photographs and videos.

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Age Band
     I decided to focus on learners that are 8-11 because most of my third graders fall under that age band.

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2.a. Students demonstrate an understanding of the role an online identity plays in the digital world and learn the permanence of their decisions when interacting online. 
     A student could demonstrate their understanding of this standard by using Flipgrid. After talking with students about this standard, how they want to be portrayed, their self-image and reputation, we would use Flipgrid to share about ourselves and comment respectfully with one another. 

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2.b. Students practice and encourage others in safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology and interacting online, with guidance from an educator. 
      For this lesson, I would have students collaborate and create a map using Popplet. Students could collaborate, communicate and be respectful while working with a peer to respond to a reading prompt using Popplet.  

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2.c. Students learn about, demonstrate and encourage respect for intellectual property with both print and digital media when using and sharing the work of others. 
     In third grade, we focus a lot about giving credit to the author or source of information. Prior to the lesson, students would watch a quick video about why and how to cite sources. One lesson that students can demonstrate their understanding of this standard would be when students are researching about a country and cite their sources. We utilize online resources to find information about different countries. After students take notes, they write paragraphs in their own words and cite their sources. 

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2.d. Students demonstrate an understanding of what personal data is, how to keep it private and how it might be shared online. 
     For this lesson, students would watch a video about private and personal information. Then we would discuss what information the students share while they are online.  

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      I decided to try LessonUp as an engaging presentation tool. I want to be able to try different tools, that may be helpful in the classroom and possibly to use virtually. It has a lot of options and seems like a good resource to present lessons to students. Also, I was able to create a poster for prompt C on Canva and include it in my presentation. Another good feature of this website is that I am able to share my lessons and presentations through Google Classroom. 

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