In keeping with the CBE’s commitment to helping students thrive in the 21st Century, the CBE Get Connected Network will allow students to use their personal devices to connect to the Internet at school. To support this, the CBE and Haysboro School are promoting digital citizenship to create a safe and secure environment where students use digital technologies as part of their learning including IRIS their personal learning plan tool.
We have an Admirable Use Policy, which defines the parameters around the use of student owned devices. Principal and teachers have absolute discretion over the use of these devices as it pertains to the specific learning activities in each classroom.
Haysboro School Digital Citizenship 2021-2022
Haysboro School Digital Citizenship Plan 2021-22
Long Term Goal 1:
- Students will respectfully and responsibly create and manage a positive personal digital presence.
- Digital Self, Digital Safety
- While using technology for learning, I understand that what I do online represents who I am.
- I can login to my accounts independently and keep my password private, and I can reset my passwords.
- I can identify common tools and strategies that can be used to develop my personal identity, both on and offline.
- I can use Google Apps as tools for learning at a grade-appropriate level.
- I am digitally literate and can navigate grade-appropriate websites.
- Review acceptable use policies and related ARs with students.
- Review and understand Haysboro School's Admirable Use Policy.
- Incorporate lessons related to examining credible sources and potential bias of sources.
- Teach students safe and responsible use of technology tools including using how to secure their personal account and password.
- Teach students how to access G-Suite for Education to find classwork and understand how to use the platform to complete and submit assignments.
- Engage students in conversations and provide exemplars of appropriate use (i.e. Google Classroom)
- Ensure students make password changes on a frequent basis.
Students will be provided with step-by-step visuals on how to log on to Google Classroom, Google Meet and submit assignments.
- Students are able to access appropriate websites and recognize that their actions represent a digital self
- Students can log in successfully and independently Students will be able to update and manage their passwords for both log in and Google App use
Long Term Goal 2
- Students respectfully and responsibly interact, collaborate and build relationships with others to create value in digital and physical worlds.
- Digital Self, Digital Learning, Digital Rights & Responsibilities
- I can demonstrate responsibility for creating a positive digital presence, and demonstrate positive interactions when using digital technology.
- I can distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate digital interactions and content.
- I can practice strategies for validating digital information.
- Lessons on creating positive on-line interactions.
- On-Line tutorials through Common Sense Media
- On-going conversations prior to research about valid websites and direct modeling of how to validate a website. (.gov, .edu, etc.)
- Lessons on rating/evaluating websites.
- Review of digital tools available.
- Discussion around personal strengths for representing learning and what tool are available that support that strength.
- Lessons on plagiarism
- Direct modeling of how to use website information without plagiarizing.
- Direct modeling/teaching of how to select a diagram/photos off the website with correct usage rights (Gr. 5/6).
- Teach online safety: highlight difference of interacting with someone online and in person
- Students can identify examples of positive and negative interactions online
- Students demonstrate positive digital interaction during collaborative tasks (i.e. Google Apps)
- Students are able to explain criteria used to validate website(s) chosen for research.
- Assessment of final project work.
- Checks of cited material.
The Internet is a fascinating place and so is the real world.