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B4EE Unit 2, Session 7 planning template Ensuring good digital citizenship, online ethics and online safety.

. This template provides a framework for you to establish good digital citizenship practices with your student blogging project. When answering the questions posed, reflect on the topics contained within this units session: digital citizenship best practice, online safety, cyber bullying & harassment, ethics and copyright infringement. Download and save this template for your own reference. Good digital citizenship: What does good digital citizenship mean to you? Based on your knowledge of digital citizenship and of ICT (technology), how do you define Digital Citizenship and what components of it would you list?

Digital citizenship behaviours: What kinds of online behaviours have you observed when people used technology that made you pause and wonder: Is this appropriate?

This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource through the Blogging for Educational Environments (B4EE) project. The B4EE project is funded by University College Falmouth. 2012 University College Falmouth

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Digital citizenship recognition & intervention: What would digital citizenship look like for your project/assignment? How will you recognise digital citizenship good practice or bad practice? How will you reward gd practice? How will you address bad practice?

Teaching digital citizenship: How will you get your students involved in being responsible digital citizens? How will you teach digital citizenship to your students before their blogging project/assignment begins? What internal or external resources will you require? How much time will you dedicate to this?

ICT ethics and responsibility: How will you help your students develop a sense of ethics and responsibility with the use of ICT??

This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource through the Blogging for Educational Environments (B4EE) project. The B4EE project is funded by University College Falmouth. 2012 University College Falmouth

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing this resource please acknowledge University College Falmouth and the B4EE project.

Institutional policies: Does your institution have an ICT Acceptable Use Policy? Do your students have sign it? How often is it reviewed? If your institution doesnt have an Acceptable Use Policy, how would you instigate this? Who would you have to speak to?

An additional and invaluable resource has been provided from a research project at the Kansas State University. This resource poses different scenarios for students and teachers to discuss in class and gives students the opportunity to discuss and evaluate digital citizenship from many different perspectives. The resource starts with a four stage technology learning process to give students a framework. The goal is to provide an internal compass for students digital life: http://globalcom.wetpaint.com/page/Unit+3.+Digital+Citizenship

This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource through the Blogging for Educational Environments (B4EE) project. The B4EE project is funded by University College Falmouth. 2012 University College Falmouth

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing this resource please acknowledge University College Falmouth and the B4EE project.