Digital Citizenship Tips for Parents

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Digital Citizenship Tips for Parents by Mind Map: Digital Citizenship Tips for Parents

1. Relationship

1.1. Emotions

1.2. Listen

1.2.1. Online bullying IS bullying!

1.3. Ask before Accusing

1.4. Be an Advocate Not an Adversary

1.5. Connection

1.5.1. Cell phone - texting

1.5.2. Unobtrusive "friend"

1.5.3. Video Games

2. Watchcare

2.1. Check out sites

2.2. Don't "freak out"

2.3. Computer History

2.4. Trust & Boundaries commensurate w/ age

3. Healthy Habits

3.1. Cell Phone Induced Insomnia

3.2. Boundaries

3.2.1. Priorities

3.2.2. Addictions

3.2.3. F2F Comes First!

3.3. Buying & Selling Online Safely

3.4. Model it With Your Actions! (Don't send Mixed Messages)

3.5. Privacy

3.5.1. Illusion vs. Fact

3.5.2. Pictures

3.5.3. Linda Criddle - Look Both Ways

3.5.4. Identity Safety

4. Educate Yourself

4.1. No Generational Competition

4.1.1. Mine better than yours!

4.2. Get the facts

4.3. Be the expert (there aren't many)

4.4. Mike Ribble Education Book

4.5. Literacy

4.5.1. Accuracy

4.5.2. Attribution

4.5.3. Search

5. Advocate for School Education

5.1. Effective monitoring

5.1.1. Problems aren't the tool's fault

5.2. Access

5.2.1. Online Spaces

5.2.2. Collaborative Tools

5.2.3. Film & Multi Media

5.3. Communications

5.3.1. Realistic expectations (any time 2 students interact there are issues!)

5.3.2. Support teacher ventures

5.3.3. Online spaces aren't "sanitary" but are trackable

6. Online Behavior has Offline Consequences (Case Study)

6.1. Netiquette

6.2. Legal

6.3. Talk about the News

7. Connect Yourself

7.1. Experience what they live

7.2. Friends, family, school

7.3. Modeling effective behavior

8. Digital Identity

8.1. Effective creation

8.2. Privacy