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.
Students, teachers and administration are all learning about the importance of creating and maintaining positive digital footprints.
Who is responsible for teaching teachers, students and administration about their digital footprints?
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.