Digiteen Compass

Digital citizenship can be described as knowing how to behave appropriately and responsibly with regard to technology use.
nine themes have been identified that together make up digital citizenship. These are from the book 'Digital Citizenship in Schools' by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey and on their websites http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/ and http://coe.ksu.edu/digitalteach/DCSec.htm#.

Phase I: Investigation and Research

Collaborate to research and create the ulimate Digital Citizenship eReference for students, teachers, administrators and parents.
The eReference includes information that has been researched, summarized and analyzed using text, links, images, audio and video.
The nine themes described by Dr. Mike Ribble are:

1. Digital Access

2. Digital Communication

3. Digital Literacy

4. Digital Security and Safety

5. Digital Etiquette

6. Digital Rights and Responsibilities

7. Digital Law

8. Digital Health and Wellness

9. Digital Commerce

Phase 2: School Actions

Review the entire eReference and formulate action(s) to promote Digital Citizenship across our school community.

A. Student Agreement for Digital Citizenship and Day of Action

B. Actions in the Primary School

C. Actions in the Middle School - Upper School

D. Actions for Teachers, Parents and Administrators