Students & Internet

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Students & Internet by Mind Map: Students & Internet

1. Digital Citizenship

1.1. Respect

1.1.1. Yourself

1.1.2. Intellectual Property

1.1.3. Others

1.2. Ethics

1.2.1. Identity

1.2.1.1. Easiness of Lying

1.2.2. Privacy

1.2.2.1. Digital Footprint

1.2.2.2. Online Misrepresentation

1.2.3. Ownership

1.2.4. Trustworthiness

1.2.5. Credibility

1.2.5.1. Cyberbullying Awareness

1.2.6. Participation

1.3. Creators & Disseminators of Information

2. Web Awareness

2.1. Safety

2.1.1. Cyberbullying

2.1.2. Avoidance of Unsafe Sites

2.1.3. Protect Personal Information

2.1.4. Linking Social Media Accounts

2.1.5. Geotagging

2.2. Parental Awareness

2.3. Critical Thinking

2.3.1. Question Information Sources

2.3.2. Identify Requests for Information

2.4. Copyright Issues

2.4.1. Citations

2.5. Marketing Schemes

3. What Teachers Can Do

3.1. Classes on Security

3.1.1. Show Security Settings

3.1.2. Try to Identify Fake Facebook Accounts

3.1.3. Discuss the Ease of Online Tracking

3.1.4. How to Avoid Inappropriate Materials

3.2. Monitor Online Activity

3.2.1. Track Internet Usage at School

3.2.2. Talk with Parents About Home Usage

3.3. Show How to Get Real Information

3.3.1. Discuss False Info Online

3.3.2. Have Them Pick Between Fake and Real Sites

3.3.3. Break Through Advertising and Discuss Products