GOAL: To demonstrate your knowledge of Digital Citizenship.

  1. Typing Club
  2. Digital Citizenship Project: The purpose of this project is to show that you have mastered the following learning targets:
    1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
    2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
    3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
    4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
  3. Digital Citizenship Project Instructions: You need to create a project that reflects everything we have been learning and discussing in the area of Digital Citizenship. You can use the following as a resource for this project:
    1. Internet Safety exercises in PowerMyLearning
    2. Mrs. Weber’s Website Days 17-19 for your class
    3. Adding research and current statistics that you find on the Internet will help you score higher.
  4. Digital Citizenship Project Final Product: Your final product can be displayed as a poster (Publisher) or presentation (PowerPoint).
  5. Digital Citizenship Project Steps to Completion:
    1. RESEARCH: In a Google Doc, copy and paste the following 4 “I can’s” and begin to take notes on each. You can use my lesson plans from Days 17, 18, & 19 to help you take notes. You can use the Internet to find your own information and ideas and statistics too!
      1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
      2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
      3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
      4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
    2. DECIDE IF YOU WILL USE POWERPOINT OR PUBLISHER: Once you decide which one, create a new file, save the file to your Google Drive on your machine as DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PROJECT
  6. You have today and the next 2 classes to finish this. You will present your final product to the class.
  7. RIGHT NOW YOU ARE DOING THE RESEARCH. TOMORROW YOU WILL BEGIN DOING POWERPOINT OR PUBLISHER:
    1. RESEARCH: In a Google Doc shared with tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us, copy and paste the following 4 “I can’s” and begin to take notes on each. You can use my lesson plans from Days 17, 18, & 19 to help you take notes. You can use the Internet to find your own information and ideas and statistics too!
      1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
      2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
      3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
      4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.