9 elements of digital citizenship

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9 elements of digital citizenship by Mind Map: 9 elements of digital citizenship

1. Digital Etiquette

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

1.2. Appropriate: When a student listens and learns all of the rules before using technology

1.3. Inappropriate: a student doesn't learn the rules and just starts using technology with no idea what they are doing.

2. digital rights and responsabilities

2.1. privileges and freedom extened to all digital technology users

2.2. appropriate: students give credit to their souces when getting information

2.3. inappropriate: students do not give credit to the sources of their information

3. Digital Acess

3.1. full electonic participation in society

3.2. appropriate: Francesca is able to use computers to get information for her report.

3.3. Inappropriate: Brooks' school doesn't have computer access for him to go on the internet and get information for his project.

4. digital law

4.1. legal rights and restrictions governing technology use

4.2. appropriate: students use technology the way it is intended

4.3. inappropriate: students do not obey the legal rights and restrictions while using technology

5. Digital Commerce

5.1. The buying and selling of goods on line

5.2. appropriate: students making sure the site they are odering from is legit.

5.3. inappropriate: a student tells who they are and where they live and purchase an item before they are aware if a site is legit.

6. digital health and wellness

6.1. elements of physical and psychological well being related to digital technology use

6.2. appropriate: students learn how they can be physically affected by technology

6.3. inappropriate: student are harmed by technology

7. Digital Communcation

7.1. The electronic exchange of information

7.2. Appropriate: students use digial communication when they are told to by a teacher.

7.3. Inappropriate: students leave on thier cell phone ringers and make phone calls and texts while the teacher is teaching.

8. digital security

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

8.2. appropriate: students take the precautions to protect their personal safety

8.3. inappropriate: students do not take the precautions and are not protected

9. digital literacy

9.1. capability to use digital technology and knowing when and how to use it

9.2. appropriate: students learn new ways to use digital technology

9.3. inappropriate: students are are not able to use technology to access information