Lesson One: Digital Footprints
What is your sentence?
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-Students and teachers can explain digital citizenship and the concept of a digital footprint.
-Students and teachers evaluate their own digital footprints. Positive, neutral, negative?
Students and teachers create a representation of what it means to be a positive digital citizen, citing specific examples.
-Students and teachers start to think about “their sentence”.
-Students and teachers begin to create positive digital footprints in and out of school.
1-Brainstorm definitions and examples of digital citizenship and digital footprints.
2-Show Digital Footprint Intro
3-How to start building your digital footprint?
Which of these are you doing? Which do you need to add or subtract to your digital life?
4-Don’t forget to THINK when posting online.
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5-What is your sentence?
Show this video which asks 2 simple questions. Share yours and/or ask teachers what is their sentence.
6-Last step (please jump to this if you are running short of time)
Take a selfie w/ your class.
Open this site.
Find your name
Post your selfie
Brainstorm ways (text or photos) in which students and teachers can improve their digital footprints
What is a digital footprint or digital citizenship?
Share answers with a friend before leaving Advisory.
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