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9 KEY P’S
FOR
PROACTIVE
KNOWLEDG
ECoolcatteacher.com/ticl
Go there – you’ll need to be ready with handouts in a bit!
Digital Citizenship
“…the norms of behavior with
regard to technology use”
Ribble and Bailey
Strongest Internet Filter in the
World
The Human Brain
We need to be strong against
online threats
 Identity Theft
 Cyberstalking
 Viruses,
 Malware
 Spyware
 Phishing
 P...
The strongest enemy of cyber
criminals
“Teachers who arm
their students
with knowledge of
common electronic
crime issues o...
Citizenship
Why did you
delete stuff off
the wiki?
BTW I didn’t
delete
anything
Sorry for
accusing you,
the history
makes ...
1) Introduce
by jigsaw
2) Reinforce
with
bellringers
2) Share
resources &
let them
refine their
answer.
Discuss
answers.
Let’s try
another
one.
Share
resources.
• You can use websites like Snopes or truthorfiction.com
to research things before sharing them.
Discuss
answers.
Let’s
prepare to
jigsaw:
Look at a
sample
Let’s get our
resources
Handouts:
http://www.coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
Let’s review
our jigsaw
1. Define the topic.
2. Give an example from real-life.
3. What recommendations do you have that c...
#1
Passwords
Passwords
• Do students know how to
create a secure password?
• Do students understand that
email and online ...
#2 Privacy Privacy
• Do students know how to
protect their private
information?
• Do student know what private
information...
#3 Personal
Information
Personal Information
• Do students know what
personal information is?
• Do they know why they shou...
#4
Photography
Photography
• Do students understand
geotagging?
• Do students know how to turn
off a geotagging feature in...
#4
Photography
Photography
• Do students understand
geotagging?
• Do students know how to turn
off a geotagging feature in...
#5 Property Property
• Do students understand
copyright, Creative Commons
and how to generate a license
for their own work...
#6
Permissions
Permissions
• Do students know how to get
permission for work they use?
• Do students know how to cite
perm...
#7
Protection
Protection
• Do students understand what
viruses, malware, phishing,
ransomeware, and identity
theft are, an...
#8
Professionalism
Professionalism
• Do students understand the
professionalism of academics
versus their social lives?
• ...
#9
Permanence
Permanence
• Have students decided about
their voice and how they want
to be perceived online?
• Do students...
5 Steps to
Internet
Safety
(going out over
conference email
today) sign up at
coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
Citizenship
Why did you
delete stuff off
the wiki?
BTW I didn’t
delete
anything
Sorry for
accusing you,
the history
makes ...
SELF: Assess
yourself:
Communications
and your Ability
Inventory
A Living Example.
Brain Storm
And he’s wearing a pink shi...
Chat Room – Day 1 Part 1
Ziiiiiiiiiippppppppppppeeeeeeeeer
Yes?
ZZZZZZZiiiiiiiippppppppeeeeerrrrr
Yes?
ZZZZZiiiiiipppppppp...
Chat Room – Day 1 Part 2
Hello, this is Mrs. Smith, Zipper’s teacher. I know that sometimes things seem funny
but a person...
Facebook Phase 1–That Night.
Friend Request
Sent
I will ignore
their friend
request!
Facebook Phase 2–That Night.
Friend Request
Sent
Already
friends
Cool! I want
as many
friends as I
can get.
Facebook Phase 3– Zipper Messes Up
(123) 456-7890
I have a new cell phone. I’ll
update it on Facebook so it
can send me te...
Cell Phone – Phase 4
(123) 456-7890
We’ve got him now. No
one can stop us!
Facebook– Phase 5
We’ve got him now. No
one can stop us!
That’s not
cool! Screenshot
Intervention
That’s not
cool! Screenshot
Is this
true?
School Discipline
F - alse
E - vidence
A - ppearing
R - eal
How does
FEAR limit
our ability
to move into
online
spaces?
What can you do if
“the worst”
happens?
You have more control
than you think.
What is “the worst” and
how can you protect
yourself?
5 Steps to
Internet
Safety
(going out over
conference email
today) sign up at
coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
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Digital citizenship for the modern age is often best taught with students researching and learning about the nine aspects of digital citizenship. Presented at GAETC by Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher

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9 Key P's for Proactive Knowledge - Digital Citizenship in 2016

  1. 1. 9 KEY P’S FOR PROACTIVE KNOWLEDG ECoolcatteacher.com/ticl Go there – you’ll need to be ready with handouts in a bit!
  2. 2. Digital Citizenship “…the norms of behavior with regard to technology use” Ribble and Bailey
  3. 3. Strongest Internet Filter in the World The Human Brain
  4. 4. We need to be strong against online threats  Identity Theft  Cyberstalking  Viruses,  Malware  Spyware  Phishing  Pharming  Intellectual Property Thieves
  5. 5. The strongest enemy of cyber criminals “Teachers who arm their students with knowledge of common electronic crime issues of the day and teach them the steps to take if suspicious activity is noticed or offenses occur.” Flat Classroom Book www.flatclassroombook.com
  6. 6. Citizenship Why did you delete stuff off the wiki? BTW I didn’t delete anything Sorry for accusing you, the history makes it look like you OMG I JUST SAWTHE HISTORY ON THEWIKI..Really sorry for any problems
  7. 7. 1) Introduce by jigsaw
  8. 8. 2) Reinforce with bellringers
  9. 9. 2) Share resources & let them refine their answer.
  10. 10. Discuss answers.
  11. 11. Let’s try another one.
  12. 12. Share resources. • You can use websites like Snopes or truthorfiction.com to research things before sharing them.
  13. 13. Discuss answers.
  14. 14. Let’s prepare to jigsaw: Look at a sample
  15. 15. Let’s get our resources Handouts: http://www.coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
  16. 16. Let’s review our jigsaw 1. Define the topic. 2. Give an example from real-life. 3. What recommendations do you have that could have prevented the problem in your real-life example? 4. Do you have any specific recommendations for people to stay safe in this area from what you’ve learned? Handouts: http://www.coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
  17. 17. #1 Passwords Passwords • Do students know how to create a secure password? • Do students understand that email and online banking should have a higher level of security and not use the same passwords as other sites? • Do students understand safe ways to remember their passwords? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 13
  18. 18. #2 Privacy Privacy • Do students know how to protect their private information? • Do student know what private information is (like address, email, phone number)? • Do students understand how websites track their web usage habits and how to control their privacy settings? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 19
  19. 19. #3 Personal Information Personal Information • Do students know what personal information is? • Do they know why they should be selective about sharing information with others? • What is “oversharing?” Why can it be a problem? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 22
  20. 20. #4 Photography Photography • Do students understand geotagging? • Do students know how to turn off a geotagging feature in the websites they use? • Do students understand how geotagging can cause privacy concerns? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 25
  21. 21. #4 Photography Photography • Do students understand geotagging? • Do students know how to turn off a geotagging feature in the websites they use? • Do students understand how geotagging can cause privacy concerns? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 25
  22. 22. #5 Property Property • Do students understand copyright, Creative Commons and how to generate a license for their own work? • Do students respect the intellectual property rights of those who create works? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 28
  23. 23. #6 Permissions Permissions • Do students know how to get permission for work they use? • Do students know how to cite permissions for the work they use? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 32
  24. 24. #7 Protection Protection • Do students understand what viruses, malware, phishing, ransomeware, and identity theft are, and how these things work? • Do students understand how to research the emails and assertions they find on the Internet to determine if they are a hoax or meant to harm them? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 35
  25. 25. #8 Professionalism Professionalism • Do students understand the professionalism of academics versus their social lives? • Do students understand netiquette and online grammar? • Do students know how to properly cite and forward email to converse professionally with others? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 38
  26. 26. #9 Permanence Permanence • Have students decided about their voice and how they want to be perceived online? • Do students realize they have a “digital tattoo” that is almost impossible to erase? • Do students know how search engines cache a copy of web pages? • Do students understand what backups are and that few if any sites are truly private? 9 Key P'sof Proactive Knowledge 41
  27. 27. 5 Steps to Internet Safety (going out over conference email today) sign up at coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
  28. 28. Citizenship Why did you delete stuff off the wiki? BTW I didn’t delete anything Sorry for accusing you, the history makes it look like you OMG I JUST SAWTHE HISTORY ON THEWIKI..Really sorry for any problems
  29. 29. SELF: Assess yourself: Communications and your Ability Inventory A Living Example. Brain Storm And he’s wearing a pink shirt! Zipper Johnson He has a funny name!
  30. 30. Chat Room – Day 1 Part 1 Ziiiiiiiiiippppppppppppeeeeeeeeer Yes? ZZZZZZZiiiiiiiippppppppeeeeerrrrr Yes? ZZZZZiiiiiipppppppppppeeeeeerrr Yes?What is wrong? ZZZZZiiiiiipppppppeeeeeerrrrrrrr! Guys, this isn’t funny. I feel like you’re making fun of me.
  31. 31. Chat Room – Day 1 Part 2 Hello, this is Mrs. Smith, Zipper’s teacher. I know that sometimes things seem funny but a person’s name should be respected. But Zzzzzziiiiiippppppppeeeerrrrr is such a funny name. Who are you, anyway? Please be respectful, or I will remove you from the chat. We’re just saying his name. Besides, our teacher is right here and you’re not our teacher. Fine. we’ll just take this over to Facebook,you can’t do anything about it there! See you there, ZZZiiiiipppppeeer. You are not to move to Facebook. Do not make fun of Zipper’s name.This is not OK. You are banned from the chat.
  32. 32. Facebook Phase 1–That Night. Friend Request Sent I will ignore their friend request!
  33. 33. Facebook Phase 2–That Night. Friend Request Sent Already friends Cool! I want as many friends as I can get.
  34. 34. Facebook Phase 3– Zipper Messes Up (123) 456-7890 I have a new cell phone. I’ll update it on Facebook so it can send me text messages. Posts to Zipper’s wall (123) 456-7890 Zipper has shared his wall to friends of friends
  35. 35. Cell Phone – Phase 4 (123) 456-7890 We’ve got him now. No one can stop us!
  36. 36. Facebook– Phase 5 We’ve got him now. No one can stop us! That’s not cool! Screenshot
  37. 37. Intervention That’s not cool! Screenshot Is this true? School Discipline
  38. 38. F - alse E - vidence A - ppearing R - eal How does FEAR limit our ability to move into online spaces?
  39. 39. What can you do if “the worst” happens? You have more control than you think.
  40. 40. What is “the worst” and how can you protect yourself?
  41. 41. 5 Steps to Internet Safety (going out over conference email today) sign up at coolcatteacher.com/gaetc

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