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K-12 Digital Citizenship Bootcamp Overview

Miller Driscoll (K-2)

Schedule: Fixed Library Media Classes (through mid-October)

Performance Task: Students will create a public service announcement (by class) to synthesize their learning from the bootcamp lessons using the green screen and appropriate technologies.

Lesson Title(s)

Description

Resources

How do I go places safely on the computer?

Common Sense Media lesson “1.1 Going Places Safely.”

https://goo.gl/WyBU8s

How do I stay safe when I visit a website online?

Common Sense Media lesson “2.1 Staying Safe Online.”

https://goo.gl/2KdWk5

What kind of information are appropriate for a digital footprint?

Common Sense Media lesson “2.2 Follow the Digital Trail.”

https://goo.gl/CsWGkh

How can I decide if a website is appropriate for me to use?

Common Sense Media lesson “2.5 Sites I Like.”

https://goo.gl/aygWPC

What can you do when someone is mean to you online?

Common Sense Media lesson “2.3 Screen Out the Mean.”

https://goo.gl/6tTfKf

How do I use my device to learn in a respectful, responsible manner?

Review of student-friendly AUP

Students will create “headlines” per Visible Thinking Routines for Bulletin Boards.


iPad/Chromebook Bootcamp

Lesson

Description

Resources

Getting to know your iPad (K-1); Getting to know your Chromebook (Grade 2)

Students will be oriented to how to use basic functions and tools of the iPad or Chromebook.

iPad & Chromebook Orientation


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Schedule: School-designed schedule through Library Learning Commons - first six (6) weeks of school.

Performance Task: Students will create an infographic or PSA to demonstrate their learning of ethical and responsible online practices.

Lesson/Essential Question


Description


Resources

Digital Citizenship: What does it mean to be a citizen in an online world?

Grade 3:

“2.2 Digital Citizenship Pledge”


Grade 4:

“1.1 Rings of Responsibility”


Grade 5:

“3.2 Super Digital Citizen”

Common Sense Media lessons:


Grade 3: https://goo.gl/ApQsGS


Grade 4: https://goo.gl/tYM1ck


Grade 5: https://goo.gl/BS8dw9


Responsible Use: How do I use my device to learn in a respectful, responsible manner?

Students will become familiar with the term AUP and read and sign the student friendly version.

Student-friendly AUP (incorporates cyberbullying, digital footprint, responsible use)

Technology Use: How do I use my device to be productive, organized and an efficient learner?

Chromebook 101:

Shortcuts, functions, access apps

Orientation to Google Drive

Orientation to Google Classroom

Shared language, classroom strategies, Google Drive folder organization, use of Google Classroom

Privacy: How can I protect my private information?

Grades 3-5:

Common Sense Media:

“3.3 Privacy Rules”

https://goo.gl/dGgKZo

Copyright: How can I demonstrate respect for other people’s work?

Brainpop Lessons:

Copyright and Photos

https://goo.gl/jveMpa

  • Mini-lessons incorporated during the year throughout all content areas when appropriate:
    • Research/Inquiry and ethical use of information
    • Evaluating websites
    • Digital permanence

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Schedule: Schedule set by school - Bootcamp completed by 9/15/17

Performance Task: Performance Assessment: Infographic on Digital Citizenship, including the 5 areas. Supplement with Games from “Be Internet Awesome”

Lesson/Essential Question


Description


Resources

Screen Time: What strategies can I use to manage my screen time and media use?

6-8:

2.1 Creating a Snapshot of Media Use


https://goo.gl/rq5hv4

Math - Use data to create an infographic of class media time use.

Online Presence: How can I best present myself online?

6-8:

2.4 Creating Online Identities

https://goo.gl/MjXVJQ

Cyberbullying: How can I be an upstander when online?

6-8:

1.4: Cyberbullying - Be Upstanding

https://goo.gl/12SWZM

Identity Theft: What is identity theft and how can I protect myself from it?

6-8:

1.3: Scams and Schemes


https://goo.gl/ATCWyd

Intellectual Property: What responsibilities do I have to respect others’ work?

6-8:

2:2: A Creator’s Responsibilities


https://goo.gl/y1Kr9r


Chromebook Bootcamp

Lesson

Description

Resources

Getting to know your Chromebook & AUP

Students will be oriented to how to use basic functions and tools of the Chromebook.

Chromebook Orientation

Student-friendly AUP


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Schedule: Three (3) lessons per school schedule

Performance Task: Google Feedback Form: Students will complete a Google Form which will prompt metacognitive reflection on the lessons with important prompts on permanence, privacy and productivity.


Lesson/Essential Question

Description

Resources

Permanence: How do I want to be perceived through my online presence?

Grade 9: Be Permanently Kind

Grade 10, 11, 12: Digital Identity or Digital Tattoo


Readings, video, discussions and reflection.


Privacy: How can I model appropriate and safe behaviors in the global digital community?


Navigating Facebook and other social media accounts’ privacy settings.

Student-created video.

Productivity: How can I leverage technology to increase my productivity?

Discuss, reflect and apply strategies for using technology to improve productivity and minimizing digital distraction.

Tools and strategies specific to increasing productivity, i.e., Google Keep, Getting Things Done.

  • A Freshman orientation to the Library Learning Commons will be scheduled in Breakout EDU format to provide students with an opportunity to meet the LLC staff, resources and services available through the Wilton High School Library Learning Commons.

Quick Facts for Parents

Beginning of School Year:

Here is a chart by school of what parents need to do:

Responsible Use Agreements & Ready-Access Plan by School

School

Ready-Access Plan

What you need to do

Miller Driscoll

Centers of iPads in each K-1 classroom; Chromebook carts in Grade 2 – devices will not go home.

Review the Student Responsible Use Policy. Access Parent Portal ONLY for opting-out of Technology use in school.

Cider Mill

Each student will be issued his or her own personal device. Device will go home per teacher discretion.

-Review Responsible Use Policy – sign ONLY if opting out

-Access parent portal to digitally sign the Student Agreement for Chromebooks

Middlebrook

Each student will be issued his or her own personal device. Device will go home

-Review Responsible Use Policy – sign ONLY if opting out

-Access parent portal to digitally sign the Student Responsible Use Agreement for Chromebooks

Wilton High School

All students are asked to bring in their own device (BYOD), any laptop device will be acceptable.

-Review Responsible Use Policy – sign ONLY if opting out

-Be sure your student brings in their laptop with a protective case.

WHS PTSA FORUM on DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP