My Online Safety & Digital Citizenship

I can… K 1 2 3

Resources: 

Many of the resources found on this page can be used to cover lots of these outcomes.

Use technology responsibly and make safe choices. E E E D Learn71.ca – Primary Digital Citizenship Resources

Play Video ButtonGoing Places Safely Video (Goes with Common Sense lesson below) 

Going Places Safely – Common Sense lesson Plan

French version – Going Places Safely

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Teacher Guide 

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Guide for all Episodes

Play Video Button Netsmartz into the Cloud Video Series

What Does it Mean to be Safe? – Rana DiOrio

Understand the positive and negative effects social media sites can have on one’s life. E E Netsmartz Into the Cloud Teacher Guide 

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Guide for all Episodes

Play Video Button Netsmartz into the Cloud Video Series

Understand how to practice safe internet searches. E E Smartie the Penguin 

Kathy Schrock’s Critical Evaluation Form for Primary

Staying Safe online – Common Sense Lesson Plan

French Version – Staying Safe Online

Understand the importance of not sharing personal information online. E E E E Play Video ButtonNetsafe Utah – Videos for K-3       

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Teacher Guide 

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Guide for all Episodes

Play Video Button Netsmartz into the Cloud Video Series   

Recognize how overuse of technology can impact one’s mental, physical and emotional health (gaming/video games, social media, screen time) E E E E Kids Health-Grades 3-5-Personal Health Series-Screen Time

Screen Smart – Primary Grades -Lesson Plan

Goodnight iPad – Ann Droyd

Dot – Randi Zuckerburg and Joe Berger

Set appropriate profile pictures and other profile content across social media, webpages, blogs, portfolios etc. E E E E
Understand that digital content is permanent and cannot be deleted. E E Lesson plan to go with The Technology Tail

The Technology Tail – by Julia Cook

Build a positive digital footprint/reputation. E E E
Recognize the difference between active (pop up tip) and passive (pop up tip) collection of personal information when using the Internet and social media.
Identify cyberbullying and describe strategies to deal with such a situation. E Netsmartz Into the Cloud Teacher Guide 

Netsmartz Into the Cloud Guide for all Episodes

Play Video Button Netsmartz into the Cloud Video Series

Play Video ButtonWhat  is Cyberbullying?

E = Emerging   D= Developing    P= Proficient   (O=optional) K 1 2 3 Return to Technology Skills by Grade

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