To be competitive in a new world economy and work in jobs that may not even exist today, students will need to be digitally literate and exhibit good digital citizenship. According to Dr. Mike Ribble, “Digital Citizenship is defined as the
norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.” 

Dr. Ribble's Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship, known as REP, are:
  • Respect yourself & others: Etiquette (5), Access (1), Law (6) 
  • Educate yourself & connect with others: Communication (3), Literacy (4), Commerce (2) 
  • Protect yourself & othersRights & Responsibility (7), Safety/Security (9), Health & Welfare (8) 

Did you know the Acceptable Use Policy you sign annually touches on all these areas?



for Educators        

for Parents

 for Students          


Common Sense for Educators

Common Sense for Parents



iKeepSafe for Educators

iKeepSafe for Parents


OnGuard Online for Educators


OnGuard Online for Parents

BrainPopJr Internet Safety


http://www.craigbadura.com/2013/08/the-new-and-improved-digital.html



NetSmartz
 


http://www.netsmartzkids.org/

                         
 iKeepSafe Copyright Course 

NetSafe Utah
 



 Additional Resources for Educators (coming soon)   Additional Resources for Parents (coming soon)   Additional Resources for Students (coming soon)
Digital Citizenship Lesson Verification  Data Privacy, Safety and Security 
 
Data Privacy, Safety and Security   
Staff Acceptable Use Policy