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Digital Citizenship
A concept which helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what students/children/technology users should know to use technology appropriately. Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare students/technology users for a society full of technology. Digital Citizendship is the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use.

Basic Skills - Electronic Folders

Being a Canvas Student

Connected Culture

Cyber Bullying

Digital Footprint & Reputation

Internet Safety

Internet Search Strategies

Privacy & Security

Do's: Student Device Etiquette

● Charge your 1:1 device at home nightly

● Bring your fully charged 1:1 device to school every day

● Conduct all communication in a responsible, ethical and polite manner. Appropriate language should be used in all communication at all times.

● Respect the district rules for Internet filtering and security measures.

● Use technology for school-­related purposes only during the instructional day.

● Respect copyright laws and fair use guidelines and only download or import music, video or other content that is legally permissible by law.

● Make available for inspection by an administrator or teacher any messages or files sent or received to or from any location using your device. Files stored on district­-owned technology are not private insofar as 13 they may be viewed, monitored or archived by the district at any time.

● Do not run with the device, or carry it around when open.

● Place the device securely on your desk, not hanging over the edge

● Make sure your hands are clean and dry before handling device or touching the screen

● Use only your device, and keep it safe, secure and in good working order

● Follow the Mesa Public School Computer Ethics policy

Do Not's: Student Device Etiquette

● Don’t eat or drink while using the device

● Don’t mark, deface, or place stickers on your device.

● Don’t reveal or post personal information through communication with unknown persons on the Internet.

● Don’t attempt to override, bypass or otherwise change the Internet filters installed by

● Don’t use another person’s account or password, and don’t share your information

● Don’t loan out your device, leave it unattended, or leave it in a vehicle unattended

● Don’t leave your stylus on the table, always replace in the holder

● Don’t download and/or install any programs, files or games from the Internet or other sources. This includes viruses or other malicious software.

● Don’t attempt to locate, view, share or store any material that is unacceptable in a school setting.

The above guidelines and expectations apply to the student’s use of the device at school, home, and elsewhere.