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Who are you online ? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/who-are-you-online États-Unis Primaire empreinte numérique Common Sense Education What does it actually mean to "be yourself" or to "be "real"? Those are deep thoughts for any middle-schooler. For kids today, these questions matter online, too. Help your students explore why some people create different or alternate personas for themselves online and on social media.
Chatting Safely Online How do you chat safely with people you meet online? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/chatting-safely-online États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education Games, social media, and other online spaces give kids opportunities to meet and chat with others outside the confines of their real-life communities. But how well do kids actually know the people they're meeting and interacting with? Help students consider whom they're talking to and the types of information they're sharing online.
Chatting and Red Flags How can you tell when an online relationship is risky? https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/chatting-and-red-flags États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education Getting to know someone online, without nonverbal cues or being able to see them, can be risky -- from simple misunderstandings to manipulation. Help students navigate and avoid these situations before they go too far.
DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP https://education.minecraft.net/lessons/digital-citizenship-2/ États-Unis Primaire communication, empreinte numérique, cyberintimidation, bien-être, compétences informationnelles, cybersécurité, droit d'auteur, publicité numérique et achats en ligne Microsoft Define and demonstrate responsible digital citizenship within Minecraft and other digital environments.
Collecting Personal Data https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/collecting-personal-data-0 États-Unis 2017 Secondaire cybersécurité et protection des renseignements personnels Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform This learning experience contains an offline activity, with a challenge that requires a computer or mobile device with Internet access.
Navigating Internet Security https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/navigating-internet-security États-Unis Secondaire cybersécurité Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform In this playlist learners explore how to better protect the integrity of their digital devices and information online by understanding the principles of effective password design, the risks and benefits of public Wi-Fi networks, and how to recognize and mitigate threats to online security, such as spam, malware, and phishing.
Public Wi-Fi https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/public-wi-fi États-Unis 2018 Secondaire et Collégial cybersécurité Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will learn about public Wi-Fi networks and their benefits and risks. More specifically, they will learn to recognize unsecured Wi-Fi when it’s available to them, understand the tradeoffs inherent in using unsecured Wi-Fi and make informed decisions about when to connect to and use unsecured Wi-Fi.
Passwords https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/passwords États-Unis 2016 Secondaire et Collégial cybersécurité Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will learn how to keep their online information more secure by using and maintaining strong passwords. Participants will learn about the principles of strong password design and the potential problems of password sharing. They will also learn how to keep their passwords safe and how to take steps to prevent unauthorized access to their accounts.
Cybersecurity, Phishing, and Spam https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/cybersecurity-phishing-and-spam États-Unis 2016 Secondaire et Collégial cybersécurité Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will learn about malicious online users who might attempt to use security weaknesses to gather information about them. Participants will be able to describe some of the security risks associated with being online, develop strategies to engage in safer behaviors, identify spam messages, and explain who should ask for their password.
Introduction to Privacy https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/node/87 États-Unis 2016 Primaire et Secondaire protection des renseignements personnels Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will explore their individual sense of privacy and the impact it has on their own lives. Participants will consider the kinds of information they would like to keep private and the contexts in which they will / won’t share specific information.
Introduction to Reputation https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/node/91 États-Unis 2016 Secondaire et Collégial empreinte numérique Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will consider how publicly available online information helps form others’ opinions about them. They will identify audiences for different types of online communication, consider what information they want to appear when someone searches for their name, and learn various ways to respond to Internet content about them they do not like.
Social Media and Sharing https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/node/146 États-Unis 2016 Secondaire et Collégial éducation aux réseaux sociaux Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will think about privacy in terms of how they share information and communicate with others online, specifically regarding social media use. They will be able to explain trade-offs in privacy in the context of social media and learn how to use online privacy settings effectively.
Managing Communication https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/node/149 États-Unis 2016 Secondaire et Collégial éducation aux réseaux sociaux et protection des renseignements personnels Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will explore what kinds of information might be best kept “private,” how to customize privacy settings on social media, and how to explain their decision-making process for their settings (e.g., why certain content is set to "friends only" vs. a "public" setting).
The Internet and You: The Internet and Chet https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/internet-and-you-internet-and-chet États-Unis 2016 Secondaire utilisation responsable du numérique Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform It has become a crucial skill for students to navigate the Internet successfully. Students will be exposed to the Internet’s basic functionality, including communication, collaboration, creativity, and the cloud. They will learn the basics of search engines and how to use the Internet to solve everyday problems.
Online Presence https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/online-presence États-Unis 2017 Secondaire protection des renseignements personnels Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will be able to identify one type of personal information they can manage online, one form of information they can’t totally control online, and one thing they can do about some aspect of their personal information online not directly controlled by them
Safety, Privacy, and Digital Citizenship: Introductory Materials https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/safety-privacy-and-digital-citizenship-introductory-materials États-Unis 2016 Secondaire empreinte numérique et cybersécurité Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Young people use technology in every aspect of their personal lives. To empower young people to be better digital citizens, we must seek to integrate digital literacies into their educational lives as well. In engaging this dialogue, across subject areas, we must take into account the importance not only of coding literacy, but also of web literacy and privacy management more broadly. In terms of managing privacy among peers, web-fluent young people can be extraordinarily savvy; however, like many adults, they may also incur risks that are not immediately apparent to them, in part from a lack of understanding of how large and enduring their digital footprint can be.
Healthy Relationships Online https://dcrp.berkman.harvard.edu/tool/healthy-relationships-online États-Unis 2012 Secondaire nétiquette et éducation aux réseaux sociaux Digital Citenship +, Resource Platform Participants will explore qualities that constitute healthy and kind relationships as well as how online behaviors play a role in both healthy and unhealthy relationships. Participants will also examine the opportunities and challenges around the intersection between social media and relationships in their own peer group and learn how to promote upstanding among their peers.
Being a Good Digital Citizen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju9aOc2MLyo États-Unis Primaire nétiquette GCFLearnFree.org In this video, you’ll learn more about what you can do to be a good digital citizen.
We the Digital Citizens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N7lRYMmbXU États-Unis Primaire nétiquette Common Sense Education Video that explains how to be a good digital citizen
Media Balance Is Important https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/media-balance-is-important États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education The Digital Citizens explore the concept of media balance, teaching students how to be mindful of their tech use and how it makes them feel.
Pause & Think Online https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/pause-think-online États-Unis Primaire nétiquette et cybersécurité Common Sense Education From our head down to our toes, and our feet up to our nose, the Digital Citizens teach students how to be safe, responsible, and respectful online.