9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

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9 Elements of Digital Citizenship by Mind Map: 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

1. Digital Rights and Responsibilities

1.1. The privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users, and the behavioral expectations that come with them

1.2. Nicole had a powerpoint to do and she got most of her information off of the internet. Her last slide was her sources.

1.3. Aaron had the same project to do, and he also got a lot of his information off of the internet, but he didn't site anything.

2. Digital Law

2.1. The privileges and freedoms extended to all digital technology users, and come the behavioral expectations that come with them.

2.2. In homeroom each student was handed a computer to take a survey. No student could take the same survey. The teacher gave the students a list of surveys to take, but each one needed to be downloaded. Lisa followed the instructions given, picked a survey, and downloaded it.

2.3. Stacey was assigned the same assignment as Lisa. The teacher gave the students a list of surveys to take, but each one needed to be downloaded. Stacey was feeling lazy and didn't want to wait for it to download, so she decided to copy a survey someone had already done off the internet.

3. Digital Communication

3.1. The electronic exchange of information

3.2. Mrs.Phillips allowed students to listen to music on cell phones during class, only if they kept their head phone volume down, and didn't send text messages. All the students kept their head phone volume down and did not text.

3.3. Mrs.Phillips was allowing students to listen to music while working on a project. Abby kept her head phone volume all the way, which was disrupting other students.

4. Digital Access

4.1. Full electronic participation in society

4.2. Mr. Walp lets students use different websites on the computers to receive any information they need for a project.

4.3. Mr.Walp avoid and do not let students use computers or technology during the school year for anything school related.

5. Digital health and Wellness

5.1. The elements of physical and psychological well-being related to digital technology use.

5.2. When Karen gets home from school she does her homework on the computer and checks her facebook when's she's finished. She usually spends no longer than one hour on the computer and plays sports with her friends after.

5.3. Karen's friend Max on the other hand is a computer freak. He never leaves the computer. As soon as he gets home he goes straight to the computer and doesn't get off of it until his parents make him go to bed.

6. Digital Etiquette

6.1. The standards of conduct expected by other digital technology users

6.2. Entering the new school year of 9th grade, students were introduced to a new website called moodle, students read and understood what moodle was supposed to be used for, before using the website.

6.3. Francesca posted a picture of Max picking his nose on Facebook. Max got very upset and his mom contacted the school to have Francesca remove it.

7. Digital Security

7.1. The precautions that all technology users must take to guarantee their personal safety and the security of their network.

7.2. The teacher handed out computers to all the students and told them to make an account on a certain website. The teacher told them not to use their real names, because people from all around the world could see it and they needed to protect their identity. A girl in that class named Antonia made up a fake name with numbers and letters, and she was protected.

7.3. Antonia's friend Brittany had the same assignment, but she put her real name.

8. Digital Literacy

8.1. The capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it.

8.2. Olivia used her smart phone to play math games.

8.3. The teacher assigned each student with a school e-mail. The teacher said it was for school use only. Rebecca e-mailed a friend some of her new pictures from facebook.

9. Digital Commerce

9.1. The buying and selling of goods onlines

9.2. Emily went online to buy a pair of jeans, before making a purchase, she checked to make sure the site was appropriate and safe.

9.3. Without checking to make sure the American Eagle website was safe, Emily bought a sweatshirt and entered her moms credit card number. Turns out the website was fake, and someone used her moms credit card to make a different purchase.