The electronic exchange of information.
Students use digital communication devices when they are not in the classroom
Students don't turn down volume on their phones for class.
The legal rights and restrictions governing technology use.
Students understand what can be downloaded for free and what is copyrighted and what should be paid for.
Students copyright and dowload music from file-sharing sites.
Full electronic participation in society.
Technology opportunities for all students within schools.
Ignore digital needs of various groups or fail to accommodate students who do not have access to technology.
The buying and selling of goods online.
Students use only safe sites to buy from.
Students buy online without protecting their identity.
The precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network.
Students are aware of the dangers of providing information to anyone over the internet.
Students fail to protect their identity and to maintain current software updates or patches that protect their computers from viruses and exploitation.
The privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users.
Students give the creater of the information credit while working on a school project.
Students take all of the credit from the research and give the real creater credit.
The elements of physical and psychological well-being related to technology use.
Students learn about health and wellness as it relates to technology.
Possible harmful physical effects of technology are ignored and proper
The capability to use digital technololgy and knowing when and how to use it.
Stundents use tchnologies in new ways.
Stundents are provided with resources and material they cannot access away from the classroom.
The standards of conduct expected by other digital technology users.
Learning the rules before using it.
Communicating without knowing the rules or even checking them.