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Virtual Classrooms by Mind Map: Virtual Classrooms

1. Web Awareness

1.1. Internet Safety Resources

1.1.1. Digital Literacy Class Activities/Educational Games Establishing Rules and Boundaries

1.1.2. K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum ibook Textbooks Educational Videos Digital Literacy Lessons

1.1.3. study reports... Adolescents Lack Online Safety Awareness Lack of Online Supervision Increased Online Use of Bully Peers

1.2. Teacher and Student Tips

1.2.1. DO Re: Email Be Professional Use Professional Account Keep Copies of All Emails Never Share Passwords Use Teacher Voice Use Signature Including Position and School Name Re: Social Networking Activate Privacy Settings Never Allow Photo Tagging Never Post Confidential Info Post What You'd Post on Class Wall Establish Professional Boundaries Set "Office Hours" Ensure Student-Teacher Chats Are Recorded Re: Cyber-bullying Copy Questionable Data Tell User of Inappropriateness Advise Administration Access Support w/School Board Inform School Occupational Health and Wellness Contact Teacher Organization

1.2.2. DO NOT Visit Inappropriate Sites Send/Forward Inappropriate Jokes Visit Online Gambling Sites With School Board Equipment Violate Copyright Message During Class Post Inappropriate Photos Bad Mouth Collegues Criticize Administration Share Confidential School Board Info

2. Digital Citizenship

2.1. Respect/protect Yourself

2.1.1. Digital Security ensure protection of... Data Hardware Software Devices from infiltration

2.1.2. Digital Health and Wellness Ergonomics of Workstation Social Shift Physical to Digital Internet Addiction

2.1.3. Digital Rights/Responsibilities consider... Varied Levels of Development Control and Management Digital Citizens Reduce Need for Management

2.2. Respect/protect Others

2.2.1. Digital Access consider.. Hearing/Visually Impaired Students Lack of Home Technologies

2.2.2. Digital Communications Social Networking Web 2.0 Texting Identity and Privacy

2.2.3. Digital Etiquette Standards of Conduct Issues of Anonymity Global Audience/Multicultural

2.3. Respect/Protect Intellectual Property

2.3.1. Digital Commerce consider... Sharing of Passwords Theft

2.3.2. Digital Literacy able to... Bookmark Sites Find Credible Info Change Privacy Settings Block Spam

2.3.3. Digital Law based on existing law Legal Requirements Legal Decisions Legal Ethics

3. Cyberbullying

3.1. resources

3.1.1. Assessment Tool Healthy Relationship Tool Cyber Tool Policy and Legislation

3.2. Teacher Tips

3.2.1. Be Clear/Concise

3.2.2. Teach Positive Relationships

3.2.3. Teach Social Responsibility Standing Up For Each Other

3.2.4. Collaboration

3.3. Netiquette

3.3.1. Ethics Rules Do Unto Others...

3.3.2. Core Rules Basic Guidelies

3.3.3. Internet Access

3.3.4. Email Address

3.3.5. Social Media Account

4. Authenticity of Web Resources

4.1. it's authentic if we've established...

4.1.1. Criteria Page is Signed Author is Qualified Publisher has Reliable Reputation Contact Info Available

4.1.2. Coverage Info is Relavent Info Is Found in Numerous Sources Info is in Depth

4.1.3. Objectivity Info is Minimally Biased Info is Factual and not Opinion-based Page is Free of Advertisers/Sponsors

4.1.4. Accuracy Info is Error Free Site has an Editor/Fact Checker

4.1.5. Currency Page is Dated Last Update can be Seen Links are current

4.2. Copyright

4.2.1. cite when... Reproducing Using Public Performances Publishing in Print Publicly Displaying/Exhibiting Adapting (Play form Movie etc) Translating Publicly Communicating Broadcasting