QA Student Environment Team B


Team members:

Hessa (Digital Safety)
Spencer (Digital Etiquette)
Juan (Digital Rights And Responsobilities)


Responsible Digital Citizenship

Safety and Security, Etiquette, Rights and Responsibilities

Digital Safety:

Kids should be taught that
You should not talk to anybody you do not know
Make sure not to give out any of your personal information
There are dangerous creepy people there, dont tell strangers too much about yourself
Its like when your parents say 'dont take candy from strangers'



We're going to teach it by
Showing them a skit, where a dangerous murderer in a jail with a laptop (we dont know how he get it in there, play along) is talking to a girl
when the little girl, who doesnt know about digital safety, tells the murderer alot of personal information, like where she lives and about herself, thinking the murderer is just another kid
The murderer gets out on parol or pays bail or something and is set free
and where's the first place he goes when he gets out?
to the girls house of course. and with a big knife

then we start to talk about it to the children
about the skit
tell them what are some ways to prevent it
and give them nice tips and such
then take some questions
guide this section through with a powerpoint

We need
a couple laptops and some weapon for the murderer
to write the script with complete words
to write out the final few speeches said during the explaining part

Digital Etiquette:

The kids should be taught that
Just because things are online, it doesn't change how formal you are to a person. Its just like writing a normal letter. If its to your good friend, feel free to be relaxed about what you write, but if its to the head of your school, be sure to keep things very uptight. Be formal when you should be formal
The internet is a community, just like your compound. Make it a nice community for others to enjoy, and others will do the same for you
Talking in real life is always better than talking in computers

We're going to teach it by

[slideshare id=428061&doc=digital-etiquette-1211785920168343-8&w=425]

Using another skit
this skit will depict a student writing a letter to their teacher asking for some extra time on a IT project. The student will enter the classroom, and remember he needs the time while he's at his computer. Instead of walking to the teacher, he writes him/her an e-mail about it. Also, the email is written like 'yo teecha-dawg, cud i plz get sum xtra tiem on mine asinmntzzZ?' This starts a huge problem, because maybe the teacher doesn't check their mail that often, or email isnt sent properly. Even if it did reach the teacher, the language was not apropriate for the situation. The teacher emails back a 'no', and the student cud even not check their mail in time to find out that they don't have the extra time. So the whole thing could go horribly wrong.

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http://www.youtube.com/v/DmVd8MT9XyA&hl
This video gives you some good tips and hints on calling someone from work, and shows proper etiquette if you were to use your telephone from work. It is a good summary and worth watch for the information and the little bit of humor.


This is a powerpoint presentation that will be running throughout the entire section of this presentation. Watch it.

Then we once again, explain the skit. We say how the student could have gone upto the teacher, talk to them, and negotiate for some extra time. But instead, he sent an email, which is only one little bit of text, unpolitly asking for some extra time. If he/she rly wanted some extra time, they should have written it much more politely and formally. Not only is it a teacher, but its talking about school, and shud be politley askign for the time.
Elaborate
Take some questions
Guide this section through with a powerpoint
Yay

We need
a couple laptops (for the skit)
to write the script with complete words
to write out the final few speeches said during the explaining part

Digital Rights and Responsibilities:

The kids should be taught that
Responsible ways to use the computer, and knowing when its right, or not right to use the computer, like if you're in school
Not to cyberbully, as it is just as bad as real bullying
Take credit for someone elses work and to always tell people where you got something from

"We dont mean you hitting the computer .. what is cyberbullying?"

We're going to teach it by
Another skit!!
This one tell of a cyberbullying case. One person will be on a laptop, writing mean messages to the other one. The other one eventually gets fed up with it, and goes off stage crying. Then the people meet again later, but in real life. The cyberbully is now just another person, and would never say mean things to the other one, but the victim is still personally hurt. Somthing else happens too....

We then go into talking about the skit. We want them to understand that what you would say in real life to one another is what you would say online. Tell them it's a dark subject, and can cause serious problems with people. That they should be responsible with their use of the computer responsibly, not to use it to make others feel bad. Also, that they should only use the computer responsibly, not to use it during school, and not for 10 hours at a time. If they get bored, invite a friend over or something.
Elaborate
take questions
guide this section through with a powerpoint

We need
a couple laptops (for the skit)
to write the script with complete words
to write out the final few speeches said during the explaining part



>What is it

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>Skit "if don't say it to people, why say it online"


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