Introduction to Digital Citizenship
1 The Lesson Plan
Materials: Tupperware, shaving cream, toothpaste, gel, hand wipes, napkins.
Please take the object you have and get everything that you can out of the container. Now try and put it back in the container. *Allow them to try...this is a very realistic example of how hard it is to take things back once they have been shared...words, pictures, and videos. Be careful what you share and who you share it with.
While watching the videos (1, 2) please write a personal example of how you have been a victim of 100 likes syndrome or adapting to a new digital language.
Digital Citizenship 9 Elements
Materials: Popsicle sticks with the elements. Pick an element Popsicle stick and spend 5 minutes looking online for a very relatable, current example of that element in the news that you could share in your class. Look for examples that would engage your students like our video above.
Ex: Digital Literacy
Adult Media Agreement
Student Media Agreement
Becoming a digital citizenship certified teacher:
Digital Bytes- 1 whole class activity with an individual
Digital Compass- 2 characters must be completed by each student
Digital Citizenship Network
Edmodo **Screenshot of your post.
What is an RUP? :
Create a list of things to brainstorm…
Use these questions to guide your brainstorm. Post your final plan on the Padlet.
* Will we modify the RUP?
*How/Why will be modify the RUP?
*How will we teach the RUP?
*How will be post the RUP (posters, signs, screensavers, videos…)
*How will student create RUP posts (posters, signs, videos)?
*What role will youth workers and the dorm play in displaying and teaching the RUP?
*How will we make sure that all students know the RUP?
*How will we teach digital citizenship?
*When will our teachers become certified and how will we do that?
*How will we model digital citizenship with our students?