* Cyber bullying
* Digital relationships
* Compromising their privacy
* Establishing a damaging Digital FootprintDigital Citizenship Vision Statement
Every student, teacher will become a responsible digital citizen who knows how to harness the learning potential of digital media in a 24/7 connected world, safely, effectively, ethically, and respectfully. In order to accomplish this goal, each year students in Grades 1, 3, and 5 will receive at least 3 hours of instruction on how to become a responsible digital citizen.
We will be posting informational letters on this page for each of the digital classes that will be offered to the students, teachers, staff and if wanted to the parents.
1. In today’s 24/7 media world, girls and boys are flooded with messages about how they should look and act.Whether in toy stores, advertisements, TV shows, movies, or games, the images and stories kids see in themedia play a powerful role in framing their sense of what’s “acceptable” and what isn’t. Learn more with the following link k-5-familytip-boysgirlsmediamessages_043015eng.pdf
The following link are the certificates from the teachers and staff that have gone through digital citizenship training. Certificates Digital Citizenship.zip
The following link will take you to the Digital Citizenship blog page
At Rusk Elementary School, we want our students, teachers, staff and parents to make good decisions so they can take advantage of the powerful technology that fills their lives both at school and at home. But in order to make good choices, kids must know how the digital world works. The stakes are high because our kids’ technological abilities can be greater than their maturity and judgment.Having unrestricted access to information and people can result in gaining a wealth of information and experiences. But it can also mean accessing inappropriate content and exposure to risks such as: