Digital Citizenship Niya Crawford

What is Digital Citizenship?

Digital Citizenship is a concept which helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what students/children/technology users should know to use technology appropriately.

What are common netiquette rules?

1. Identify yourself 2. Include a subject line 3. Avoid sarcasm 4. Respect others' privacy 5. Acknowledge and return messages promptly 6. Copy with caution 7. No spam 8. Be concise 9. Use appropriate language 10. Use appropriate emoticons (emotion icons) 11. Use appropriate intensifiers to help convey meaning.

What does copyright mean and how can you prevent copyright infringement?

The best way to stay away from problems is asking the author for permission if you can use their work. If you cannot get the author’s permission, restate the idea in a way that it is all your own.

What does the term “Fair Use” mean and how does it pertain to educators? Specify limits related to print, music, video, photography, and poetry media.

It is consequential that edifiers are cognizant of what constitutes fair use and abide by the rules set forth by their school system. For example, if a school system does not provide enough textbooks for students, an edifier is not sanctioned to make photocopies of the entire book, or even an entire chapter, to provide a replica for a student.

What is plagiarism and what can students do to avoid it?

Make sure that you do not copy verbatim more than two words in a row from the text you have found. If you do use more than two words together, you will have to use quotation marks. We will get into quoting properly soon. Cite - Citing is one of the effective ways to avoid plagiarism.

What are some rules to protect your K/12 students’ safety in the online environment? The worst thing you can do is block, and put heavy restrictions on children. The best thing to do is help children understand, and give them facts to why they can only visit curtain things. best thing to do is get a good software program that protects your device the best possible.


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