Team 16 will be learning how to be safe online this week. We will be following the Digital Passport. You can click on the link above to find out more information. Students will watch videos, play games, and complete a Digital Citizenship Handbook. Below are the specifics of what the students will be learning:
Privacy Share Jumper:
Students evaluate examples of online messages. They decide what information is appropriate to share and when. Students are also reminded that nothing is truly "private" or "erasable" online.
- reflect on the benefits of sharing online, while acknowledging that information can spread fast and far.
- classify information that should be kept private online.
- predict the effect that an online post or message might have on someone's reputation.
Students make choices about what to do if they or their friends are cyberbullied. They are encouraged to "evolve" into an “Upstander” – someone who takes action to stop cyberbullying, rather than standing by.
- compare different forms of cyberbullying and the roles of those involved.
- interpret scenarios that illustrate how targets of cyberbullying feel.
- identify ways to be an “Upstander” when cyberbullying occurs.
Students learn how to choose effective keywords for searching online. They practice selecting keywords that are most relevant to a search prompt. Along the way, students discover hints for narrowing their search results.
- learn how keywords can help them find information online.
- evaluate keywords for their relevance and helpfulness.
- practice identifying the most effective keywords for different search scenarios.
Students remix media content to create a new creative piece. Along the way, they give proper credit to the artists whose images and sound clips they use.
- learn about copyright, credit, and plagiarism and apply it to their own creative work.
- reflect on the ethical importance of giving credit to others for their work.
- determine how to receive credit for their digital creations.
Students learn why it's important to avoid multitasking with a cell phone. They consider the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
- learn that cell phones are powerful, convenient tools for communication.
- identify situations in which using cell phones can be rude or distracting.
- reflect on the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
**Families: I will be sending home a packet each day with what we leaned in school. Please read it over and have a discussion with your child. Thank you for your help with this!