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Ethical use of Technology - Internet Safety - Digital Citizenship


Ethical use of Technology - Internet Safety - Digital Citizenship

As the push of web 2.0, social networking, online management systems, banking, etc. continues to grow, how are we going to prepare our students for the negative aspects of all this technology?

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Comment by Peter Jones on January 25, 2009 at 11:33am
Hi Everyone,
I'm webmaster for Hodges' model a conceptual framework that may be of relevance to this group as it includes a political knowledge domain. Each of the four domains has a links resource:


The blog is 'Welcome to the QUAD':

Comment by Kathy Lindemer on July 29, 2008 at 7:25am
When the school year starts, I plan to use the ISafe curriculum with my middle school students. I would love to have my class involved in discussions about Internet safety with other students.
Comment by Myrna Daugherty on April 9, 2008 at 9:09am
I have working with the dilemmas of Fair Use and copyright through classes with K-12 educators. One negative aspect of technology is the legal issue. Too often educators do not prepare our students to differentiate between what they can do as students under Fair Use from what is legal as "civilians." The courts have not even decided what is legal.

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