WIHS ERPD Nov. 6

Digital Ethics

Digital Ethics

Digital ethics has been defined as "the branch of ethics that focuses on the relationship between the creation, organization, dissemination, and use of information, and the ethical standards and moral codes governing human conduct in society".


Website Evaluation


You have been given some "cheat sheets" to evaluating websites. We are going to use QR Scanners (phone or IPad) and decide which sites are real or fake.


If you would like to use your personal phone, you will need to go to the AppStore and download the free QRScanner App.


Work with a partner on one sheet of paper to record your answers. Please write atleast one reason WHY you chose a website to be fake (refer to your cheat sheets or links provided below!)


Real or Fake Activity???


The Five W's of Web Site Evaluation (cheat sheet)

Evaluation Website Guide - more specific examples (cheat sheet)






GENERATION Z

Click through each of the following INFOGRAPHICS. Choose one fact that seems powerful to you and your position as a teacher. Write this on one of the pieces of paper provided.


(All Infographics were taken from the Generation Z website.)

SPEAKING GEN Z

THE WIRED CHILD

HABITS OF A MODERN STUDENT

7 HABITS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHERS

STAGGERING STATISTICS

THE INTERNET AND DIFFERENT GENERATION

KIDS AND THE MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TAKEOVER



Use the IPad to take a picture of yourself (SELFIES!!!) with the interesting fact that you found. You should use the Camera App on the IPad (please only one, if you mess up delete and take another). I will post them below after ERPD is over.





*******************************************GO TO THE COPYRIGHT SECTION (below) IF YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR STATION

Copyrights

Click on the links below to explore Copyright Guidelines.

1)Write one thing that you learned and how this can help you in your classroom.

OR

2) Write a question you may still have about copyright.

Your response will go on the colored paper at the back of the classroom.


Copyright for Teachers


Infographic for Copyright


Simplified Copyright Guideline (printable)


**extra activities for you or your students**


Copyright Friendly Sites

Smithsonian Flickr

NOAA Photo Library

Library of Congress Photo Memory

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