Safety & Citizenship

While safety and citizenship is included in Communicating and Inquiry, we’ve made a specific page for safety and citizenship to emphasize its importance. While teachers will grow their own skills in technology over time, we feel it is critically important that lessons on digital safety and citizenship be incorporated into practice right away.

Students and Parents must sign the Acceptable Use Agreement at the beginning of each year to use computer technology in School District 60. It is expected that we reinforce the AUA. An online version is available at http://www.prn.bc.ca/?page_id=85

Along with the AUA the Student Code of Conduct is applicable to student use of technology and is available at http://www.prn.bc.ca/wp-content/District-Sudent-Code-of-Conduct.pdf

K-3 have similar goals with different video resources. Grade 4-5 have a few different goals and different video resources.

Below is a summary of our Safety and Citizenship teaching goals. Links to resources or lessons to support the teaching of these goals below are embedded on the Communicating & Inquiry page.

Grade

Safety and Citizenship

K

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying – Hector’s World, Professor Garfield

1

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying – Hector’s World, Professor Garfield

2

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying – Hector’s World, Professor Garfield

3

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying – Hector’s World, Professor Garfield

4

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying
  • make a poster about internet safety/cyberbullying/citizenship, presentation to younger classes
  • discuss self/peer exploitation

5

  • don’t share personal information online unless you have permission of your parent / trusted adult (Name, Photo, Address, Phone Number, Password, Plans etc.)
  • don’t share personal information of others online
  • don’t portray yourself online as someone else
  • don’t agree to meet with others you’ve met online unless accompanied by a parent/ trusted adult
  • use only your own account (don’t log in to computers or services with the user accounts of others)
  • specify videos for safety/cyberbullying
  • make a poster about internet safety/cyberbullying/citizenship, presentation to younger classes
  • discuss self/peer exploitation

Links to resources or lessons to support the teaching of these goals above are embedded on the Communicating & Inquiry page.

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