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    Incarnation Catholic School Project on Digital Citizenship
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Wednesday, November 30

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Wednesday, October 19

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    Can I copy?
    What is my digital footprint?
    Extension Activities:Reflective Writing Prompts
    Think back upon your decisions. Which choice did you make that led you the most astray? How applicable do you think that scenario is to your daily life?
    How does playing with negative outcomes, even the fantastical ones, help you apply new thinking to your real world?
    Why is the digital world filled with so many ups and downs? What do you think are the best opportunities? What are the pitfalls that you and your peers need to watch out for?
    Did you find that you played with the positive or negative choices first? Why? What lessons stood out to you, and how do they apply to your own life?
    What other digital dilemmas or ordeals were not covered in this story? What is another related issue that you see your peers grappling with quite often?
    Were there any characters or situations that prompted you to think twice about particular digital behaviors? How so? Which lessons would you pass along to a younger sibling or friend?
    Which character do you most relate to? Why? How are you similar? In what ways are you different?
    Can you make any personal connections to the story? Think about a particular decision or ending. How did it relate to your real life?

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Monday, September 5

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    “Friends should support and encourage each other in developing their gifts and talents and in putting them at the service of the human community.”
    Learning Objectives
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    able to:
    Find facts and gather data for conscientious decisions
    Synthesize information and evaluate options
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    What should I comment?
    Can I copy?
    What is my digital footprint?
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    Digital Passport
    Twalkers
    Share Jumper
    E-volve
    Search Shark
    Mix-n-Mash

    Digital Compass
    Citation Infestation
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    “Dialogue between people…require[s] honest and appropriate forms of expression together with attentive and respectful listening.”
    “Friends should support and encourage each other in developing their gifts and talents and in putting them at the service of the human community.”
    Learning Objectives
    Students will be able to:
    Find facts and gather data for conscientious decisions
    Synthesize information and evaluate options
    Assess situations in order to make informed judgments
    Reflect on decisions and determine alternative choices
    Build interpersonal empathy by role-playing and taking the perspective of others
    Develop skill-based competencies through game-based learning
    Apply learnings to real-world situations

    Essential Questions:
    What are the characteristics, habits and attitudes of a responsible digital citizen?
    How can we work together to teach others about responsible digital citizenship?
    How can we collaborate and communicate with others online?
    How can we support and develop our faith-based community using digital communication tools?
    Assessment (Spring of 2012): See Product Rubric
    Assignment (Spring of 2012):
    Work in your groups to create a presentation on your assigned topic. The presentation may be a skit, an informational video, or a slideshow. You must follow the steps of the Design Cycle.
    You will be assessed on the final product and on your ability to collaborate.
    Design Cycle
    investigate
    design
    plan
    create
    evaluate
    Should I share?
    What do I believe?
    Do I post?
    What should I comment?
    Can I copy?

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  5. page ICS Digital Citizens Home edited ... create evaluate Assessment (Spring 2011): See Collborative Rubric Assignment: (Spring of 2…
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    Assessment (Spring 2011): See Collborative Rubric
    Assignment: (Spring of 2011)
    Research online resources to determine which are valid and appropriate resources for middle school students.
    Annotate each resource that is posted on the wiki.
    Review and comment on the resources recommended by other students, indicate the strengths and/or weaknesses of the resource. (The comments were removed for the final product. A copy of the comments was archived.)
    Provide at least 4 valid resources for the topic per group. The resources must be appropriate for middle school students to learn more about the topic. (The website links provided on the summary pages of the final product for each subject are those most appropriate for the age group and subject.)
    After determining which resources to recommend, as a group write and agree to statements about your topic to be presented to a group of younger students. These statements should provide Guidelines for ICS Digital Citizens.
    Each student is assigned a topic and works with a team of students to research the topic.The topics are:
    Safety: Students explore the benefits and risks of online talk. They learn about the rewards of communicating online, but also how to recognize inappropriate contact. Students learn how to apply commonsense tips to online talk, and to stay safe when they connect with others.
    Security: Students learn strategies for managing their information online to keep it secure. They learn how to guard against identity theft; keep their data safe from hacking, malware, and spam; and to protect themselves from phishing.
    Digital Life: Students explore the positive and negative impact of digital media on their lives and communities, and define what it means to be a responsible digital citizen.
    Privacy and Digital Footprint: Students learn that the Internet is a very public space, and therefore they must carefully manage their information and respect the privacy of others online.
    Self-Expression and Identify: Students identify and explore different ways they can present themselves online while also learning to recognize when playing with identity crosses the line into deception.
    Connected Culture: Students explore the ethics of online communities – both the negative behaviors to avoid, such as cyberbullying and hurtful behavior, and positive behaviors that support collaboration and constructive relationships
    Respecting Creative Work: Students learn about the value and responsibility of being a 21st-century creator: receiving credit for your own online work and giving others respect by properly citing their work.
    Resources:
    Cofino, Kim. "Making Change for a Quarter: Re-Envisioning 6th Grade IT." Web log post. Always Learning. 7 Dec. 2009. Web. 12 Apr. 2011. <http://mscofino.edublogs.org/2009/12/07/making-change-for-a-quarter-re-envisioning-6th-grade-it/>.
    "DigitalKidsPart1." Media.commonsensemedia.org. Web. 01 June 2011. <http://media.commonsensemedia.org/movies/resources/Digital_Kids_1/>.
    "Social Media at the Bishop Larkin Pastoral Center." Diocese of St. Petersburg. Web.

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    Assessment (Spring of 2012): See Product Rubric
    Assignment (Spring of 2012):
    Work in your groups to create a presentation on your assigned topic. The presentation may be a skit, an informational video, or a slideshow. You must follow the steps of the Design Cycle.
    You will be assessed on the final product and on your ability to collaborate.
    Design Cycle
    investigate
    design
    plan
    create
    evaluate
    Assessment (Spring 2011): See Collborative Rubric
    Assignment: (Spring of 2011)
    Research online resources to determine which are valid and appropriate resources for middle school students.
    Annotate each resource that is posted on the wiki.
    Review and comment on the resources recommended by other students, indicate the strengths and/or weaknesses of the resource. (The comments were removed for the final product. A copy of the comments was archived.)
    Provide at least 4 valid resources for the topic per group. The resources must be appropriate for middle school students to learn more about the topic. (The website links provided on the summary pages of the final product for each subject are those most appropriate for the age group and subject.)
    After determining which resources to recommend, as a group write and agree to statements about your topic to be presented to a group of younger students. These statements should provide Guidelines for ICS Digital Citizens.
    Each student is assigned a topic and works with a team of students to research the topic.The topics are:
    Safety: Students explore the benefits and risks of online talk. They learn about the rewards of communicating online, but also how to recognize inappropriate contact. Students learn how to apply commonsense tips to online talk, and to stay safe when they connect with others.
    Security: Students learn strategies for managing their information online to keep it secure. They learn how to guard against identity theft; keep their data safe from hacking, malware, and spam; and to protect themselves from phishing.
    Digital Life: Students explore the positive and negative impact of digital media on their lives and communities, and define what it means to be a responsible digital citizen.
    Privacy and Digital Footprint: Students learn that the Internet is a very public space, and therefore they must carefully manage their information and respect the privacy of others online.
    Self-Expression and Identify: Students identify and explore different ways they can present themselves online while also learning to recognize when playing with identity crosses the line into deception.
    Connected Culture: Students explore the ethics of online communities – both the negative behaviors to avoid, such as cyberbullying and hurtful behavior, and positive behaviors that support collaboration and constructive relationships
    Respecting Creative Work: Students learn about the value and responsibility of being a 21st-century creator: receiving credit for your own online work and giving others respect by properly citing their work.
    Resources:
    Cofino, Kim. "Making Change for a Quarter: Re-Envisioning 6th Grade IT." Web log post. Always Learning. 7 Dec. 2009. Web. 12 Apr. 2011. <http://mscofino.edublogs.org/2009/12/07/making-change-for-a-quarter-re-envisioning-6th-grade-it/>.
    "DigitalKidsPart1." Media.commonsensemedia.org. Web. 01 June 2011. <http://media.commonsensemedia.org/movies/resources/Digital_Kids_1/>.
    "Social Media at the Bishop Larkin Pastoral Center." Diocese of St. Petersburg. Web.

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