Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship Framework

Privacy and Security 
Students learn strategies for managing their online information and keeping it secure from online risks such as identity thieves and phishing. They learn how to create strong passwords, how to avoid scams and schemes, and how to analyze privacy policies. 

Digital Footprint and Reputation 
Students learn to protect their own privacy and respect others' privacy. 

Self-Image & Identity 
These lessons are designed to help students explore their own digital lives, focusing on their online versus their offline identity. 

Creative Credit & Copyright 
Living in a "copy/paste' culture, students need to reflect on their responsibilities and rights as creators in the online spaces where the consume, create, and share information. 

Relationships & Communication 
Students reflect on how they can use intra-personal and interpersonal skills to build and strengthen positive online communication and communities. 

Information Literacy 
Information literacy includes the ability to identify, find, evaluate, and use information effectively. 

Cyberbullying & Digital Drama 
Students learn what to do if they are involved in cyberbullying situations, as well as roles people play and how individual actions can impact their friends and broader communities. 

Internet Safety 
Students explore how the internet offers an amazing way to collaborate with others worldwide, while staying safe through employing strategies such as distinguishing between inappropriate contact and positive connections. 

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PHS Digital Day Lesson Plans 

Click the link to view September 30, 2019- Citizen of the Digital Culture lesson

Focus: Safety, Privacy, and Security

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