Project Title:  Digital Citizenship (101) at SHS (Lesson One)

Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.

-Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology.

-Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration. learning, and productivity.

-Exhibit leadership for digital citizenship.

Enduring Understanding:

Students, teachers and administration are all learning about the importance of creating and maintaining positive digital footprints.

Essential Questions:

Who is responsible for teaching teachers, students and administration about their digital footprints?

GRASPS Task:

Goal: To teach lesson on Digital Footprints.

Role: Teacher helping to facilitate DC learning at SHS.

Audience: Every student at SHS.

Situation: Advisory time will be used for Lesson One.

Product: Each Advisory class will  A-create a representation (infographic, google presentation, audio clip, video, flyer, etc.)  of what it means to be an positive contributing Digital Citizenship at SHS  or B-Add a selfie and create a page as to the important tenets of creating a digital footprint and share with the entire school.

Six Facets of Understanding:

Explain: Students and teachers will define Digital Footprint & Digital Citizenship.

Interpret: Students and teachers will make connections with the videos/posters and add their personal thoughts to the final project.

Apply: Taking new information, students and teachers will participate in the GRASP task.

Have perspective: Students and teachers view the importance of building a digital footprint from each others perspective.

Empathize: Students and teachers find value in seeing something new or different. Students and teachers show caring while communicating online.

Have self-knowledge: Students and teachers will reflect on their learning and add their thoughts to the class page/project.

My students will complete a reflective post/comment on this lesson in Spanish class.