Digital Citizenship





April

This month’s digital citizenship topic is Digital Footprint & Identity.

Students consider the benefits and risks of online sharing and explore how a digital persona can affect one’s sense of self, reputation, and relationships.  


Motto: We define who we are. 

Guiding question: How can I cultivate my digital identity  in ways that are responsible and empowering? April Family Letter Chinese French  Russian  Spanish Vietnamese  


March
This month’s digital citizenship topic is Privacy and Security. 
Students learn how to protect personal information and gain a deeper understanding of their data privacy rights so they can advocate for themselves and others.

Motto: We care about everyone’s privacy
Guiding question: How can I keep my personal data safe and secure?
March Family Letter


February

This month’s digital citizenship topic is
Relationships & Communications

 Students reflect on how to build positive relationships, avoid risky online talk, and understand why some topics and conversations can best lend themselves to certain mediums.


Motto:  We know the power of words and actions.

Guiding question: How can I communicate effectively and positively to build relationships? February Family Letter



December

This month’s digital citizenship topic is Privacy and Security

Students learn how to protect personal information and gain a deeper understanding of their data privacy rights so they can advocate for themselves and others.

Motto: We care about everyone’s privacy

Guiding question: How can I keep my personal data safe and secure? December Family Letter


November

This month’s digital citizenship topic is News & Media Literacy.

Students identify credible and trustworthy information sources and reflect on their responsibilities as thoughtful media creators and consumers.

Motto: We are critical thinkers and creators.

Guiding question: How can I be a critical consumer and creator of news and media?

November Family Letter



October
This month’s digital citizenship topic is Cyberbullying, Digital Drama, Hate Speech.

Students learn how to protect personal information and gain a deeper understanding of their data privacy rights so they can advocate for themselves and others.

Motto: We are kind & courageous
Guiding question: How can I connect positively, treat others respectfully, and create a culture of kindness?

September

This month’s digital citizenship topic is Digital Footprint & Identity.

Students consider the benefits and risks of online sharing and explore how a digital persona can affect one’s sense of self, reputation, and relationships.  


Motto: We define who we are. 

  • Guiding question: How can I cultivate my digital identity  in ways that are responsible and empowering ? September Family Letter

 

August  
This month’s digital citizenship topic is Expectations and Device Care

We establish classroom rules and procedures which support a culture of responsible use and communicates clear guidelines.  We reinforce habits which identify devices as a learning tool.


Motto
:
  We are responsible learners with devices.


Guiding question:
How do I care for my device as a tool for learning?

 






 

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