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Digital Citizenship StAIR

Digital Citizenship StAIR

This is a powerpoint kiosk desined for High School students to learn what it means to be a digital citizen. Subject Matter: ● Students will learn what digital citizenship is. ● Students will learn how to use information from the Internet in a safe and responsible manner. ● Students will demonstrate responsibility for life long learning. ● Students will learn to manage their privacy online and understand the consequences of their digital footprints. Curriculum Standards: Nets Standards for Digital Citizenship Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior. Students: a. advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology. b. exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports... Show More


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Faith McBride
Faith McBride (Librarian)
6 years ago

This is a very visually appealing lesson that moved quickly. I enjoyed the videos. Not so long that students would loose interest. A good UDL addition might be an audio button that would read the text to students. The statistics quiz, while surprising and interesting might be hard for the students especially since these weren't taught within the lesson.

Good job!


Technical Remarks:

Embedding the videos directly into the lesson would be ideal. My district generally doesn't give us access to youtube so having the videos embedded would allow greater access.

Time spent reviewing site: 25
Jason Byma
Jason Byma (Teacher (K-12))
6 years ago

This lesson is a great tool to bring reality to the students with both text and video for the learner. Also included is a quiz at the end so the kids can learn facts and provide retention. I will say I found the number of statistics a little too much, and might be hard for students to really grasp the point with the multiple number combinations included, especially at the end and all together. You covered covered multiple learning strategies with using both text, video and audio and allowed students who answered questions wrong to go back and try again. Might be better if they are peppered through out the lesson. All in all, a good lesson for students to interact with. Well done.

Technical Remarks:

Though I was able to access the videos from the lesson, some might not. I did this lesson on my own computer and when I clicked on it, it didn’t open. I simply copied the video URL, clicked out of the “Play Mode” on the presentation and then watched the video. If students are only allowed to view the Kiosk Lesson and not able to esc out of the view, then the videos should be embedded into the page differently to allow easier access.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 Minutes