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Ethical Use Of Information Collection

Here are some resources on ethical use of information for learners.

Digital Citizenship Curriculum | Common Sense Education

Digital Citizenship is engaging in appropriate and responsible behavior when using technology. This research-based tools and activities that teachers can use to teach students grades K-12 digital citizenship. This resource makes teaching students how to create, learn, and participate online responsibility.

CyberWise Digital Citizenship Games

Cyberwise says that "The first step to media literacy is digital citizenship, demonstrating appropriate, responsible behavior with technologyā€¯. This site has resources for all ages that are engaging and informative. The fun games and can be played prior to the students heading online and practicing good digital citizenship.

Digital Citizenship

This a powtoon I created for my 1st grade students to introduce them to what digital citizenship is before we started using technology in the classroom. The information in this video can serve as a great introduction to digital citizenship for lower elementary. The video also provides an acronym that students can use to make sure that they are practicing good digital citizenship.

Writing Videos for Kids: How to Evaluate Sources for Reliability

This informative video helps students find reliable sources to references. Students can use this video as a guide to find unbiased, reliable sources. This video is very detailed and engaging.

Most Reliable and Credible Sources for Students | Common Sense Education

Common Sense Education provides students with sites and apps that have been fact-checked, fact-based, and vetted. It is extremely useful because it has sites that kid friendly, older kid friendly, and adult friendly. It also provides list of primary and secondary research source.

GALILEO Elementary

GALILEO Elementary provides a robust collection of informational text that Georgia elementary students can navigate easily. The resources are great because they are age-appropriate, credible, and authoritative.

Being Safe on the Internet

Exploring on the internet is an incredible privilege that we have but it is important to practice online safety. This video provides valuable tips to students on being cautious about reporting anything/anyone that is making you uncomfortable online and most importantly sharing personal information. It also teaches children about being responsible with what they post or view online. This is especially important know with kids of all ages using social media.

Copyright & Plagiarism for Kids

This video is a great source about avoiding plagiarism and citing your sources. This video provides a helpful checklist that students can use to make sure that their work is original and that they cites their sources correctly.

Plagiarism: Lesson One

The in-depth informative video on what plagiarism is exceptionally good for older students. It gives students a more detailed look at what plagiarism looks like in all facets from paper writing to music.

Plagiarism Quiz For Middle School Students - ProProfs Quiz

This a formative assessment quiz on plagiarism for middle school students. It could be modified for elementary students. Teachers can use it to see which students understands what plagiarism is and why it should be avoided.

I Can Be a Digital Citizen Quiz by Taylor Thomas | TpT

This free assessment in google forms walks students through numerous situations that will help them navigate being safe online. The answers can lead to a discussion about what digital citizenship and internet safety.