Digital Citizenship

We love interacting online, but we need to remember that we need to stay safe and responsible when we use technology.
We are all used to following rules and there are important rules to follow when we are online.
Do not share any personal information online including your passwords.
Think before you post. Do not post anything that could be offensive or harmful to others.
Images, music, videos, and other work found online belong to someone. Make sure you give credit to people when you use their work.
Remember you are leaving a digital footprint others can follow. Make sure your digital footprint is positive.
If something makes you uncomfortable online share it with your parents or other trusted adult.

We can learn a lot from Valeria Kukushkina. We need to remember to practice Netiquette and E-Safety.

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Created with images by Alan_D - "Computer" • StartupStockPhotos - "children win success" • Acradenia - "Rules OK" • Marcus Povey - "photo.JPG" • LoboStudioHamburg - "twitter facebook together" • http://klarititemplateshop.com/ - "Teaching Kids to Use Computers" • Arenamontanus - "Footprints" • rmt - "family together parents"

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