National Digital Citizenship Week
October 19-23, 2015
Digital Citizenship Week
Monday, Oct. 19th, 12am to Friday, Oct. 23rd, 12am
Mason City, IA, United States
Mason City, IA
For K-12 Classroom Teachers
Sign up for Mrs. Staudt to come to your classroom!
Even though the designated week for National Digital Citizenship Week is October 19-24, we are going to extend it to the following week to serve all buildings in the district.
Mrs. Staudt will be in your building on...
- Monday - Mason City High School
- Tuesday - Harding AM - Hoover PM (Day C)
- Wednesday - Roosevelt AM - Jefferson PM (Day D)
- Thursday - Lincoln Intermediate
- Friday - John Adams / Mason City High School
- Monday - Mason City High School (Not available 8am, 4th Period, and 5th Period - with Mrs. Alexandar and Senior Capstone)
- Tuesday - Mason City High School (Not available - with iJAG)
- Wednesday - Hoover AM - Harding PM (Day C)
- Thursday - Jefferson AM - Roosevelt PM (Day D)
- Friday - Lincoln Intermediate
**4 Elementary Buildings (Harding, Hoover, Jefferson, Roosevelt) - PLEASE NOTICE... :)
- To attempt to serve as many classrooms and grade levels as possible.
- Each elementary building is scheduled for two 1/2 days
- One building is scheduled for the morning (AM) and the other building scheduled in the afternoon (PM). AM and PM will flip the following week.
-This week, Tuesday, October 20 - Harding (AM) and Hoover (PM)
-Next week, Wednesday, October 28 - Hoover (PM) and Harding (AM)
-This week, Tuesday, October 20 - Roosevelt (AM) and Jefferson (PM)
-Next week, Wednesday, October 28 - Jefferson (PM) and Roosevelt (AM)
Resources Being Shared by Mrs. Staudt and IC Paras
IC Para Ms. Rysavy Shares
Mrs. Staudt Shares...
Grades 3 - 4
Grades 5 - 6
For Grades 7-8
Other Great Videos to Watch
Meeting National and State Standards
Together, we can help our students meet...
Digital citizenship - Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.
- Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology
- Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity
- Demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning
- Exhibit leadership for digital citizenship
Essential Concept and/or Skill: Understand and practice appropriate and safe uses of technology.
- Understand that stealing information and things others have created is the same as stealing tangible items.
- Be aware of why it is unsafe for students to provide others with information about themselves.
- Demonstrate awareness of the importance of communicating with adults about things that might concern them.
- Understand why technology is useful in helping them complete a task.
- Use technology to explore personal interests.
- Demonstrate to others how to use technology tools in ways that assist, rather than prevent, others from learning.
Essential Concept and/or Skill: Understand and practice appropriate, legal, and safe uses of technology for lifelong learning.
- Demonstrate awareness of the dangers of sharing personal information with others.
- Demonstrate an understanding of what electronic theft and plagiarism are and why they are harmful.
- Identify the positive values of using technology to accomplish tasks.
- Use technology to explore and pursue personal interests.
- Show others how to use new technologies, and use technology in a way that assists, rather than prevents, others from learning.
Essential Concept and/or Skill: Understand the legal and ethical issues of technology as related to individuals, cultures, and societies.
- Use technology efficiently and in a manner that does not harm them or others.
- Demonstrate awareness of legal and ethical responsibilities when using copyrighted material, and how a disregard of legal and ethical responsibilities affects others.
- Use online resources to work with others to complete a task and accept responsibility for the results.
- Identify capabilities of contemporary technology resources.
- Develop examples of how technology systems and services can assist them in pursuing personal interests.