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					  Mike Ribble, Ed.D.
 District Director of Technology
Manhattan-Ogden School District
          Manhattan, KS
   Do we still feel the same about others and their
    technology use? Do we think about ours?
   Do we try to do too much at one time (multi-
   Are we sharing more information than we
    should (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)?

   Where will be in another five years?
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center
  Video -
by Subcommittees –

From the Internet Safety
Education two
recommendations were:
promote instruction in
digital media literacy and
computer security pre-K-
12 and promote digital
citizenship in pre-K-12
education as a national
Newer Research – Pew Internet and Life Project

   How is it defined?
   What are the major tenants?
   What are the skills to be taught?
   When/Where will we teach?

                       “what it means to be a citizen in the
                        Digital Age”

Cable in the Classroom
Digital Citizenship is a holistic and positive approach to helping children learn how
to be safe and secure, as well as smart and effective participants in a digital
world. That means helping them understand their rights and responsibilities,
recognize the benefits and risks, and realize the personal and ethical implications
of their actions.
YouTube Videos – Digital
  Mike Ribble, Ed.D.
 District Director of Technology
Manhattan-Ogden School District
          Manhattan, KS
Will Gardner of Childnet in London referred to
  three components of digital citizenship:
  participation and access (by and for youth) and
  collaboration (of users, industry, government,
  schools and parents).

Cable in the Classrooms skill areas:
Safety & Security
Digital Literacy
Ethics & Community
Subd. 2a.Electronic solicitation of children.
A person 18 years of age or older who uses the Internet, a computer, computer program, computer network,
computer system, an electronic communications system, or a telecommunications, wire, or radio
communications system, or other electronic device capable of electronic data storage or transmission to commit
any of the following acts, with the intent to arouse the sexual desire of any person, is guilty of a felony and may
be sentenced as provided in subdivision 4:
(1) soliciting a child or someone the person reasonably believes is a child to engage in sexual conduct;
(2) engaging in communication with a child or someone the person reasonably believes is a child, relating to or
describing sexual conduct; or
(3) distributing any material, language, or communication, including a photographic or video image, that relates
to or describes sexual conduct to a child or someone the person reasonably believes is a child.

  Subd. 4.Penalty.
  A person convicted under subdivision 2 or 2a is guilty of a felony and may be sentenced to imprisonment for
  not more than three years, or to payment of a fine of not more than $5,000, or both.
   It is often brought up by students (and other
    users) that if we have the ability we should be
    able to use resources?
   Does this hold true in other parts of our lives?
   Should our “Digital Citizenship” be any
    different than our country citizenship?
   Let’s take a look at some ideas/issues.

   Both deal with one            Technology can make
    person taking attacking        people feel anonymous.
    another psychologically.      Technology can involve
   Students can deal with         a larger number of
    both through                   people.
    intervention.                 Regular bullying can
   Both can continue after        have a physical aspect
    school as well.                as well.

   Laws against                 Laws against
    shoplifting                   downloading – but
   Causes loss of revenue        many opportunities.
    store                        Can decrease revenue
    We typically teach our       for companies.
    children/students it is      We don’t always state
    not appropriate.              to children/students
                                  that it is wrong.
DRINKING                    TEXTING

   Alcohol Addiction          Technology Addiction
   Physical Issues            Can Have Physical
   Loss of Attention           Issues
   Can Lead to Accidents      Loss of Attention
   Laws Against Doing         Can Lead to Accidents
                               New Laws Being Passed
  Mike Ribble, Ed.D.
 District Director of Technology
Manhattan-Ogden School District
          Manhattan, KS
   We work out to keep our body and mind
   Now its time to work on our digital health!!
R   Respect Yourself and Others

E   Educate Yourself and Others

P   Protect Yourself and Others
Digital Access: full electronic participation
                 in society.

     Digital Law: the legal rights and
  restrictions governing technology use.
Digital Communication: electronic
     exchange of information.

Digital Literacy: the capability to use
digital technology and knowing when
           and how to use it.

 Digital Commerce: the buying and
       selling of goods online.
  Digital Rights and Responsibilities: the
  privileges and freedoms extended to all
digital technology users, and the behavioral
      expectations that come with them
    Digital Security (self-protection): the
 precautions that all technology users must
  take to guarantee their personal safety
     and the security of their network.
Digital Health and Welfare: the elements of
   physical and psychological well-being
     related to digital technology use.
Kindergarten - 2nd

Digital Manners (Etiquette)
Digital Communication
Digital Rights and Responsibilities

   Reinforce Topics
3rd – 5th

Digital Access
Digital Literacy (Education)
Digital Safety (Security)

      Reinforce Topics
6th – 8th Grades

Digital Law
Digital Commerce
Digital Health and Welfare

      Reinforce topics

      Now you can focus your 9-12 graders on applying
      concepts they should have covered K-8
               Is it Schools?

                Is it Home?

                Is it Society?
   How will you use this information from this
   How soon will you begin?
   Who needs to be involved?
   What needs to be covered?
   Where do you start?
   1st – Identify your greatest needs.
   2nd – What is your timeline?
   3rd – Who needs more information, training,
    staff development?
   4th – Who will lead this process?
   5th – What projects, programs processes will
    you do?
   6th – How do we get started?
   Give a short report.
   Ask questions.
   Provide support and encouragement.
   Find ways to work together.
As a technological society it is our responsibility
  to provide all users the opportunity to work,
  interact, and use technology without the
  interference, destruction, or obstruction by the
  actions of inappropriate users. As digital
  citizens we pledge to help create a society of
  users that strive to use technology
  appropriately. We will work with others to
  identify the needs of technology users and
  provide opportunities to make them effective.
What Questions Do You Have?