Digital Citizenship Project

Kenneth G., Period 5

Rule #1:Digital Etiquette

Think Before You Post: This means think is it true, helpful, inspirational, necessary, and kind.

Rule #2: Information Privacy

Never Give Your Personal Information on the Internet: You want to never give personal information out or you could get spam or identity theft. Someone could also find where you live and stalk you.

Rule #3: Social Networking

Keep yourself private from strangers: Make sure not to give stuff not to talk to strangers on the internet.
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Rule #4: Online Safety

Talk to an adult: If anything that happens on the internet talk to an adult, keep yourself secret on the internet and be nice.

Rule #5: Cyberbullying

Talk to a grown up: You want to tell a grown up if you feel sad and don't be a cyberbully yourself even if you are angry at someone.

Rule #6: Plagiarism

Never take someones work: Never take someones ideas without paraphrasing it or giving the place where you got your information (books and websites) credit.
Copyright & Plagiarism for Kids

Rule #7: Copyright

Don't Steal Other People's Work Without Giving Them Credit: You should not take something off the internet word for word without giving them credit such as the book, author, and page number.

What is a Digital Citizenship?

A digital citizenship award is what you do online like cyber-bullying and copyright. This means how you should act on the internet. This wants to make sure that you are nice to people and other things like don't steal other people's stuff, THINK before you post, and if anything is bothering you tell an adult.

Why is it necessary for everyone to understand and display positive Digital Citizenship practices?

A Digital Citizenship is necessary for everyone to understand and display a positive one because this will help kids understand how they should act on the internet. This also will make sure everyone is behaving correctly on the internet. If you bully someone on the internet you can get in trouble. If you also copyright something without giving credit or permission you could get in serious trouble and pay a lot of money.