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Archive for the 'Digital Citizenship' Category

Cyber Bullying

• February 29, 2012

What types of bullies are there in the physical world? How are those the same and different from bullies in the online world? See this site. What would you do in this scenario: Tracie loves to send instant messages after school. However, yesterday she got some IMs from a person who was threatening her. The […]


Digital Dossier and your Digital Footprint

• December 14, 2011

It is very important to understand that you have a digital dossier, or digital footprint, and what that means. Please click to read Digital Dossier, written by Mrs. Bliss’ 5th graders. Here is a great video called Digital Dossier by DigitalNatives, that Mrs. Bliss’ class watched during the Edublogs Student Blogging Challenge #3 about your […]


Internet Safety: The good, the bad, and the ugly about the Internet

• December 14, 2011

In the following presentation, you will discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly on the Internet. You need to be aware of the bad and the ugly on the Internet, in order to stick with the good. What did you learn? How will knowing the bad and the ugly help you focus on the […]


Guidelines

• November 9, 2011

So far you’ve learned a few of the basics for being safe online. Let’s create some “Guidelines” to follow and to ask others to follow so we can stay safe. Task: Our class blog needs guidelines for appropriate and safe online behavior. Your task is to create those guidelines. Resources: Here are examples of  guidelines: […]


Online Identity

• October 25, 2011

In this lesson, we will focus on your online identity. Specifically, we’ll look at your screen names, passwords, and you’ll make some guidelines and safety resolutions. What did you learn about screen names and passwords? Why is it important to think about those things?


PreAssessment

• October 24, 2011

Based on class conversation, the majority of the students did not know what the several of iSafe PreAssessment questions meant. What are you curious about with this topic?


 
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