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This week in the Library:
This year, I will be introducing the Super 3 Framework to students. This framework will help provide a structure for both problem-solving and information navigation. Please take a quick look at the stages below so that as students begin to transfer the process to classwork, you will be able to help support the process.
What am I supposed to do?
What do I need to get the job done?
What do I want it to look like when I'm done?
I must locate the things I will need (books, websites, materials etc.).
I need to ask questions, read, and take notes.
I need to use the information I find to create something.
Did I do what I was supposed to do?
Am I proud of what I've done?
Is there something else I should do before I say I am done?
This week we will be discussing digital citizenship and utilizing the Common Sense Media
curriculum. I will guide students as they explore and discuss appropriate online behavior according to the grade level curriculum.
Grade K-2 Students will be able to ...
- recognize the kind of information that is private.
- understand that they should never give out private information on the Internet.
- learn to create effective usernames that protect their private information.
Grade 3-5 Students will ...
- learn that the information they put online leaves a digital footprint or “trail.”
- explore what information is appropriate to be put online.
- judge the nature of different types of digital footprints by following the information trails of two fictional animals.
Students will be able to ...
- empathize with those who have received mean and hurtful messages.
- judge what it means to cross the line from harmless to harmful communication online.
- generate solutions for dealing with cyber-bullying.
KEY TECHNOLOGY TERMS
Netiquette - Good online manners
Digital Footprint or Trail - information that is generated about an individual from their online activity
Cyber - Bully - someone who uses online messages from other kids that can make them feel angry, hurt, sad, or fearful