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#DigCitWeek 2017 @Flagler County Schools

Flagler County School District is excited to participate in Digital Citizenship Week, October 16th- 20th. Below are some suggestions for how to incorporate this event in your classroom.

"Mindful" Monday

Students learn how to safely navigate the internet, while protecting their privacy, and thinking before they click.

  • SC.K2.CS-CC.1.2 Conduct basic keyword searches, and exchange information and feedback with teachers and other students
  • SC.K2.CS-PC.1.2 Describe the attributes of a good digital citizen: one who protects private information, balances time online, reports cyberbullying, and recognizes inappropriate content/contact.
  • SC.K2.CS-PC.1.4 Explain that a password helps protect the privacy of information.
  • SC.K2.CS-PC.4.1 Explain that some information is private and should not be shared online.
  • SC.35.CS-CP.1.1 Explain that searches may be enhanced by using Boolean logic (e.g., using “not”, “or”,“and”).
  • SC.35.CS-PC.1.3 Explain the proper use and operation of security technologies
  • SC.35.CS-PC.4.4 Describe the threats to safe and efficient use of devices
  • SC.68.CS-PC.1.1 Recognize and describe legal and ethical behaviors when using information and technology and describe the consequences of misuse.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.1.3 Evaluate the proper use and operation of security technologies
  • SC.68.CS-PC.4.4 Identify threats and actions that protect devices from viruses, intrusion, vandalism, and other malicious activities.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.1.4 Explain the principles of cryptography by examining encryption, digital signatures, and
  • authentication methods (e.g., explain why and how certificates are used with “https” for authentication and encryption).
  • SC.912.CS-PC.1.6 Describe computer security vulnerabilities and methods of attack, and evaluate their
  • social and economic impact on computer systems and people.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.4.6 Describe security and privacy issues that relate to computer networks including the permanency of data on the Internet, online identity, and privacy.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.4.4 Describe security and privacy issues that relate to computer networks.
  • ISTE Standard 2b Students engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices.
  • ISTE Standard 2d Students manage their personal data to maintain digital privacy and security and are aware of data-collection technology used to track their navigation online.

"Talk It Up" Tuesday

Students learn how to comment, debate, and collaborate online using a variety of tools. From blogging to collaborative docs, there are numerous lessons and tools to help your students safely and effectively communicate online.

  • SC.K2.CS-CC.1.3 Collaborate and cooperate with peers, teachers, and others using technology to solve problems.
  • SC.K2.CS-PC.1.3 Identify safe and unsafe examples of online communications.
  • SC.35.CS-CC.1.1 Identify technology tools for individual and collaborative data collection, writing, communication, and publishing activities.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.2.4 Explain how access to technology helps empower individuals and groups (e.g., gives them access to information, the ability to communicate with others around the world, and allows them to buy and sell things).
  • SC.68.CS-CC.1.1 Demonstrate an ability to communicate appropriately through various online tools
  • SC.68.CS-CC.1.2 Apply productivity and or multimedia tools for local and global group collaboration.
  • SC.68.CS-CC.1.3 Design, develop, and publish a collaborative digital product using a variety of digital tools and media-rich resources that demonstrate and communicate concepts to inform, persuade, and/or entertain.
  • SC.68.CS-CP.3.2 Create online content (e.g., webpage, blog, digital portfolio, multimedia), using advanced design tools.
  • SC.912.CS-CC.1.2 Select appropriate tools within a project environment to communicate with project team members.
  • SC.912.CS-CC.1.4 Develop a collaborative digital product using collaboration tools (e.g., version control systems and integrated development environments).
  • SC.912.CS-CC.1.5 Communicate and publish key ideas and details to a variety of audiences using digital tools and media-rich resources.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.1.1 Compare and contrast appropriate and inappropriate social networking behaviors.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.2.1 Describe how the Internet facilitates global communication

"Worldly and Wise" Wednesday

Students learn valuable Media Literacy skills to help them conduct effective research, identify valid information and sources, understanding copyright and fair-use guidelines, as well as recognizing bias in news.

  • SS.1.A.2.5 Distinguish between historical fact and fiction using various materials.
  • SC.35.CS-CP.1.3 Identify, research, and collect a data set on a topic, issue, problem, or question using age-appropriate technologies.
  • SC.35.CS-CP.3.1 Write, communicate and publish activities using technology tools
  • SC.35.CS-CP.3.2 Present digitally created products, either individually and collaboratively, where a topic, concept, or skill is carefully analyzed or thoughtfully explored.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.1.1 Identify appropriate and inappropriate uses of technology when posting to social media, sending e-mail, and browsing the Internet.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.1.2 Describe responsible uses of modern communication media and devices.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.1.4 Define plagiarism and understand the impacts of plagiarized materials.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.3.2 Gather, organize, and analyze information from digital resources
  • SC.35.CS-PC.3.3 Compare digital resources for accuracy, relevancy, and appropriateness.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.4.1 Describe the difference between digital artifacts that are open or free and those that are protected by copyright.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.4.2 Explain fair use for using copyrighted materials (e.g., images, music, video, and text).
  • SC.35.CS-PC.4.3 Describe the purpose of copyright and the possible consequences for inappropriate use of digital materials that are protected by copyright.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.1.4 Recognize the impacts and consequences of plagiarism on the development of creative works, projects, publications and online content.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.3.2 Analyze how media and technology can be used to distort, exaggerate, or misrepresent information.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.3.3 Describe strategies for determining the reliability of resources or information on the Internet.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.4.1 Explain the guidelines for the fair use of downloading, sharing or modifying of digital materials.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.4.2 Explain how copyright law and licensing protect the owner of intellectual properties.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.4.3 Explain the possible consequences of violating intellectual property law.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.1.3 Evaluate the impacts of irresponsible use of information (e.g., plagiarism and falsification of data) on collaborative projects.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.3.1 Evaluate the quality of digital resources for reliability (i.e., currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose of digital information).
  • SC.912.CS-PC.3.2 Evaluate the accuracy, relevance, comprehensiveness, appropriateness, and bias of electronic information resources.
  • ISTE Standard 2c Students demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the rights and obligations of using and sharing intellectual property.

"Thoughtful" Thursday

Let's help reduce instances of cyberbullying by educating students and encouraging them to support each other and post positive messages online.

  • SC.K2.CS-PC.1.2 Describe the attributes of a good digital citizen: one who protects private information, balances time online, reports cyberbullying, and recognizes inappropriate content/contact.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.2.2 Describe types of cyberbullying and explain what actions should be taken if students are either victims or witnesses of these behaviors.
  • SC.35.CS-PC.2.3 Identify the legal and social consequences of cyberbullying/harassment in social media.
  • SC.68.CS-PC.2.2 Explain the possible consequences of cyberbullying and inappropriate use of social media on personal life and society.
  • SC.912.CS-PC.2.5 Construct strategies to combat cyberbullying or online harassment

"Future-Ready" Friday

Colleges and employers are looking for students who present a positive identity online. Learn how we can encourage students to share, collaborate, help people, and showcase their work online.

  • SC.K2.CS-CS.3.1 Create a digital artifact (independently and collaboratively) that clearly expresses thoughts and ideas.
  • SC.K2.CS-CS.3.2 Create, review, and revise artifacts that include text, images, and audio using digital tools.
  • SC.35.CS-CC.1.2 Describe key ideas and details while working individually or collaboratively using digital tools and media-rich resources in a way that informs, persuades, and/or entertains.
  • SC.35.CS-CS.3.1 Manipulate and publish multimedia artifacts using digital tools (local and online).
  • SC.68.CS-CC.1.3 Design, develop, and publish a collaborative digital product using a variety of digital tools and media-rich resources that demonstrate and communicate concepts to inform, persuade, and/or entertain.
  • SC.68.CS-CP.3.2 Create online content (e.g., webpage, blog, digital portfolio, multimedia), using advanced design tools.
  • SC.912.CS-CC.1.4 Develop a collaborative digital product using collaboration tools (e.g., version control systems and integrated development environments).
  • SC.912.CS-CC.1.5 Communicate and publish key ideas and details to a variety of audiences using digital tools and media-rich resources.
  • ISTE Digital Citizenship Standard 2a Students cultivate and manage their digital identity and reputation and are aware of the permanence of their actions in the digital world.

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