All first grade students at Baker School are learning about Digital Citizenship. Digital citizenship is simply preparing students for using technology by teaching them the norms of safe, appropriate, and responsible technology use. To do this, we first watched a fun video all about digital citizenship. The video helped us to see the three most important things we need to remember when using technology:
1.Use our brains to be safe while online. We do not give out any personal information to strangers online.
2.Use our hearts to remember to be kind to others online.
3. Understand that we all leave a digital footprint because everything put online will last forever!
After the video, each student made a heart and brainstormed kind words they could use online. Students then had their foot traced to make paper footprints. Our footprint path travels through the back of our classroom and shows that first graders know they leave a digital footprint online. Last, we took fun photos of the students showing their understanding of digital citizenship, wearing a "hard hat" to show they know to use their brain to make smart decisions online.
Each student made their first blog post on their individual student blog and mention one thing they know about Digitial Citizenship. To access student blogs, click on the child's name on the right side of this page, under Student Blogs.
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