Digital Citizenship Project
Kadence E. P-6
Rule#1: Digital Etiquette
THINK before you post: Where you True, Helpful, Inspirational, Necessary, and Kind? These things matter a lot to people!
Rule#2: Information Privacy
Do not give out any of your personal information to anyone because people called hackers will take your information and do something bad with it.
Rule#3: Social Networking
Don't ever make inappropriate profile pictures because you may not like people to see them. Also you should never except people that you don't know, or give information to people that you don't know because random people could show up at your house if you do that.
Rule#4: Online safety
Do not ever tell people your true identity because they can find out all different things about you. Also you should not let people know what your passwords are because then they can get on to your account and do something that you don't want them to do.
Don't send mean things to people on the internet or on any website because that can really hurt someones feelings and you might even get in trouble.
NEVER plagiarize because that is stealing someones work, and you will get in big trouble if you do not cite where you got your information from. And if you do copy someone you can fail the assignment or even get kicked out of the school!
You should never take anything that is copyrighted from someone without permission, because you can be sued if you do that.
What is digital citizenship?
Digital citizenship is different thing to be aware of on the internet. For example: cyberbullying is something that happens all of the time on the internet and it is when people say mean things to others. There are a lot more topics that involve digital citizenship too.
Why is it necessary for everyone to understand and display positive digital citizenship practices?
It is necessary for everyone to understand and display positive digital citizenship because, If everyone is being nice on the internet then people will be nicer. And be more respectful to one another.