Digital citizenship

By Kevin Johnson

Self Image and Identity

Digital Citizenship- those who use the Internet regularly and effectively

Online Ethics- are a set of moral principles that govern an individual or a group on what is acceptable behavior while using a computer

Digital media plays a huge part in high school student's lives. On the internet they will post a selfie and get so many comments and so many likes. After that they will continue to post statuses and quotes and stuff like that. Teens are becoming more and more visual learners due to digital media.

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Digital footprint and reputation

digital footprint- is something you do online will stay there even if you think you have deleted it its still there there is a back door to everything.

Consequence- Mostly bad but can be good result of your actions.

The consequences of posting something bad online can be a very horrible consequence. You can get refused to college's that you worked your entire school life for. You can be refused a job that you went to college for like myself since i want to go into the military i really have to watch what i post. You can also be kicked out of a sports team for saying something bad or negative and can be also denied scholarships that you again worked your entire high school life for. So the lesson is just don't post anything bad or negative.

Your Digital Footprint

Relationships and communication

image- representation of someone or something such as a photo or drawing and the way it is perceived

Double standard- rule that is unfairly applied to different people or groups of people

The pros of meeting new people is that you can actually talk to people and get to know them. the cons of meeting new people is that they may not be what they seem. For example you meet a girl and she wants to meet up with you and you two meet up and its not a girl at all its a pedophile. You could end up getting kidnapped.

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Target- is a person who is the object of an intentional action

Upstander- someone who does do something when they see something happening

Bystander- someone who doesn't do anything when they see something happening

Offender- is a person who has malicious intent to hurt or damage someone

To be an upstander you have to tell someone don't just stand by and be a bystander. Be an upstander By going and telling someone that is trusted. You could also confront the bully and tell them to back off your friend and if that doesn't work then tell an adult and they will talk to the bully. Cyberbullying is a severe issue in this day and age so go tell someone or confront the bully don't be a bystander.

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