ISTE Standard 5 GICSD Skill Graph
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Grand Island CSD Technology Skill Graph
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Standard 5 Digital Citizenship
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Students understand human, cultural & societal issues related to technology & practice legal & ethical behavior.
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Students:
-advocate & practice safe, legal & responsible use of information & technology
-exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning & productivity
-demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning
-exhibit leadership for digital citizenship
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Participation in a Digital/Virtual Community
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Understand the abstract concept of a community of technology/Internet users (Cyber Community)
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Understand the benefits and costs of participation in a digital society, what does it mean to be a Digital Citizen?
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Understand the impact technology has on home, school, community and the world
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Identify & discuss examples of technology use in these environments
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Recognize the Responsible Use Policy and understand its our promise to remember the Sidway or Viking Values when using technology.
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Understand the concept of a Digital Footprint/Legacy and actively build a positive one
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Recognize the role, benefits and impact of digital commerce
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Be Safe
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Model digital health - sit up straight, feet flat, wrists flat, fingers curved, monitor at eye level, add intervals of finger exercises & stretching during prolonged screen time
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Understand the abstract concept of safety online and the importance of rules & laws in keeping people safe
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Recognize there are inappropriate places in cyber space and take responsible actions when confronted with uncomfortable situations
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Effectively manage & protect personal information online
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Understand the concept of identity theft and how to protect yourself
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Predator Identification
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Apply knowledge of strangers and strategies for avoiding dangers when using technology
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Be aware of and recognize cyber predator/grooming process
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Recognize appropriate online communications and relationships
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Be Responsible
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Demonstrate Netiquette (appropriate behavior online)
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Understand abstract concept of a virus
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Understand the role and importance of anti-virus software
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Recognize and take action against Spam, Scams, Pharming & Phishing
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Understand the differences between, dangers of and impact on society of malware/malicious Code (Trojan Horses, Spyware, Worms & Viruses)
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Understand the legal and security issues around peer-to-peer (P2P) networks/file sharing
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Understand the dangers in and long term consequences of sexting
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Be Respectful
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Maintain hardware, software integrity, cleanliness and consistency of workstations
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Exhibit leadership & caring "I help by showing and telling, not doing"
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Demonstrate effective and respectful interactions/communication using technology (email, texting, instant messaging, posting, commenting, gaming etc.)
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Understand the concept of intellectual property and creative ownership
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Cite sources (Kathy Schrock Progressive Approach in grades 1-6, teacher directed 7-12)
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Recognize and identify the differences between copyright, patents & trademarks
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Recognize and report cyber bullying, know actions to take if you are being bullied
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Recognize plagiarism and know how to avoid it
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Identify and demonstrate appropriate use of social networking
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