Digital Citizenship

By: Fatih Marie

Self Image and Identity

Digital Citizenship: Navigating the digital world safely responsibly and ethically.

Online Ethics: A set of principles and morals governing peoples behavior, as it relates to the internet and digital devices.

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The Role of Digital Media in a High School Student's Life

Digital Media is a way for students to connect to each other when they are not at school or hanging out together. It is also a way to connect to people of other cultures and ethnicity. You can share opinions and ideas with people around the world. You can also use your digital media, such as facebook, to conduct a social experiment.
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Digital Footprint and Reputation

Digital Footprint: Data that is left behind by users on digital services.

Consequences: The result or effect of an action.

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The Consequences of posting negative or inappropriate Comments online

There are many consequences of posting negative or inappropriate comments online. One is that it could effect your future, such as job opportunities. It could also effect your social life, because people could be affected and offended. It could also have labels put to your name.
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Relationships and Communication

Image: Representation of someone or something, such as a photo or drawing, the way someone is perceived by others.

Double Standard: A rule or standard that is unfairly applied to different groups or people.

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The pros and cons of meeting new people online

There are both Pros and Cons to meeting new people online. A pro is that it connects you to new people that could be around the world. a con is that they could be lying about there age and/or gender. Another con is that they could be creepy and stalk you via Social media
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Cyberbullying

Target: Person who is the object of an intentional action.

Upstander: A person who supports and stands up for someone else.

Bystander: A person who does nothing when they witness something happening.

Offender: Person who has malicious intent to hurt or damage someone.

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The importance of being an Upstander

It is very important to be an upstander, because if you just stand by then the event could continue to happen. Being an upstander means that you could put an end to someones pain. When your an upstander you can help a brother out and put an end to there problems. Being a bystander means that that person will continue to be in pain and be bullied.
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