Digital Citizenship

The use of personal devices in our school will be at the discretion of our staff and our students will be asked to respect the expectations laid out by their teachers. If a student chooses not to comply with these classroom expectations this can result in personal devices being confiscated and placed in the school vault for parents to come pick up. It is our intention to have all students have access to their own devices or school technology resources regularly.

When using electronic devices, students at our school demonstrate Responsible Use of Electronic Information Resources. (Administrative Regulation No. 1062) Students who demonstrate responsible digital citizenship:

Digital Self

  • understand the long term impact of my online actions to both my personal and professional reputation. 
  • can identify instances of bullying and cyberbullying, both on and offline, and can share strategies with others for dealing with issues that may arise. 
  • actively stay up to date on new digital developments and use this knowledge to continue developing and managing my digital presence.

Digital Interactions

  • communicate with integrity, clarity and thought in digital environments. 
  • have multiple strategies for responding to inappropriate online behaviour and content. 
  • understand the long term impact of my online actions to others’ personal and professional reputations. 
  • contribute to a positive and collaborative digital community through sharing, engaging, and supporting.

Digital Learning

  • actively expand my knowledge and use of technology tools for learning. 
  • understand how I have integrated technology into all aspects of my daily life. 
  • share my knowledge and use of technology tools for learning with others in support of their growth and understanding.

Digital Rights and Responsibilities

  • can identify and understand the evolving challenges and issues around digital content use and ownership. 
  • can responsibly interact with various data storage options. 
  • can use copyright and creative commons appropriately in various situations:
    - applied to the works of others 
    - applied to my own works 

Digital Safety and Security

  • know that anything you access, produce and post builds your digital presence that lasts forever.

Digital Commerce

  • understand how to participate in value-creating e-commerce opportunities, both profitable and charitable. 
  • can identify the short and long-term risks, consequences, and benefits of online commerce in a digital economy.

1 Adapted From Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship. Retrieved September 15, 2014

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​​Digital Citizenship at the CBE

Digital citizenship is about using technology and participating in digital environments. It is key to helping our students learn to use available technology responsibly in the classroom and beyond. Our school has a Digital Citizenship Plan that is updated annually, addressing how we work to build a community where we live and work together as digital citizens.

Visit the CBE website to learn more on how we support students develop online safety skills and learn to be good digital citizens.​​​

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