Lynn Williams


Instructional Tech Coordinator District Office


Amber Hefner

Instructional & Tech CoachCary Jr High@MrsAHefner

Dana Bott


Instructional & Tech Coach

Amy Frishman


Instructional & Tech Coach
Deer Path@AmyFrish4Tech

DJ Nosbisch


Instructional & Tech Coach
Three Oaks@DJedtech30

Terri Fisher


Instructional & Tech Coach
Oak Knoll@fisher26tech

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Technology Education Frameworks and Pedagogy

Digital Citizenship - Internet Safety


Media Balance Is Important

How do we find a happy balance between our online and offline activities?

     Students will be able to:

          - Know when and why to take breaks from device time.

          - Consider the feelings of people around them, even when engaged in fun online activities.

The Power of the Internet

How do you go places safely online? 

     Students will be able to:

          - Discover that the internet can be used to visit faraway places and learn new things.

          - Compare how staying safe online is similar to staying safe in the real world.

          - Explain rules for traveling safely on the internet.

First Grade 

Pause and Think Online 

How can we be safe, responsible, and respectful online? 

     Students will be able to: 

          - Understand the importance of being safe, responsible, and respectful online.

          - Learn the "Pause & Think Online" song to remember basic digital citizenship concepts.

Internet Traffic Light

How do you stay safe when visiting a website or app? 

     Students will be able to: 

        - Understand that being safe online is similar to staying safe in real life.

          - Learn to identify websites and apps that are "just right" and "not right"for them.

          - Know how to get help from an adult if they are unsure about a website.

Second Grade

We, the Digital Citizens

How can we be good digital citizens? 

     Students will be able to: 

        -Understand that being a good digital citizen means being safe and responsible online. 

          -Take a pledge to be a good digital citizen.

That’s Private!

What kinds of information should I keep to myself when I use the internet?


     Students will be able to: 

          - Recognize the kind of information that is private.

          - Understand that they should never give out private information online.

Third Grade

Password Power-Up 

How can a strong password help protect your privacy? 

     Students will be able to: 

          - Define the term "password" and describe a password's purpose.

          - Understand why a strong password is important.

          - Practice creating a memorable and strong password.

Fourth Grade

Private and Personal Information

What information about you is OK to share online? 

     Students will be able to: 

     -Identify the reasons why people share information about themselves online.

     - Explain the difference between private and personal information.

     - Explain why it is risky to share private information online.

Fifth Grade

You Won't Believe This! 

What is clickbait and how can you avoid it?

     Students will be able to: 

          - Define "the curiosity gap."

          - Explain how clickbait uses the curiosity gap to get your attention.

          - Use strategies for avoiding clickbait.