Digital Citizenship

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP--AUP TRAINING

Questions: We must all strive to be good and safe Digital Citizens.

Can you believe everything you see on the Internet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmx4twCK3_I

Watch "Perspectives on Social Media" http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/digital-life-102

Are you a cyberbully?  

Social Networking/Blog Beware

  • How easy is it for someone to hack into your digital devices? Watch this interview with the current Miss Teen USA
  • Should you click on links sent by unknown sources?
  • Are you revealing too much information online?
  • Should you "friend" people you don't already know face-to-face? Students under the age of 17 should only communicate with people online that you actually know face-to-face.
  • Can what you post online adversely affect your future? http://www.nsteens.org/Videos/OfflineConsequences
  • Can what you post affect your high school participation in sports and clubs?
  • Can you take it back once it is posted online?
  • Can others access your information even though you think you have it protected?
  • Now that Facebook is allowing teens between 13 and 17 to make all your posts public, should you do it?

News Story from Kens 5 TV on September 25, 2012http://www.kens5.com/home/SA-gangs-recruiting-young-prostitutes-on-Facebook-police-say-171076981.html

Stop and Think Before You Click:http://www.onguardonline.gov/media/video-0002-heads-stop-think-click
 

Do you know what Sexting is? 

Statistics http://www.netsmartz411.org/  Put the term sexting in the search box to read the information.

Good Video to Watch http://www.nsteens.org/videos.aspx?Issue=Revealing-Too-Much, Select Information Travels to watch.
 

Is it OK to download any pictures and music you want from the Internet? Watch "Whose Is It, Anyway? http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/copyrights-and-wrongs

 

Not all websites contain reliable information.