We are thinking about how to be a good digital citizen in Computing this week. The rings of responsibility show that we have responsibilities to ourselves, our friends and family, and the larger community:
ASK: What responsibilities do you have to yourself?
It could be things like I brush my teeth, I do my homework, I eat healthy foods.
ASK: What responsibilities do you have to your good friends and to your family?
It could be things like I help my friends at school. I do jobs around the house.
ASK: What responsibilities do you have to the larger community?
It could be things like I'm polite to people, I don't drop litter, I am on time for appointments.
Read these statements and decide who the responsibility lies with, (self, family and friends, larger community.)
I am respectful and kind when communicating online.
I never reveal my family’s home address.
I communicate only with people I know offline.
I don’t tag my friends in photos or videos unless I have their permission.
I never participate in online bullying.
I think carefully about what I read on the Internet and question if it is from a reliable source.
I visit sites that are safe and appropriate.
I give proper credit when using information I find online.
I never share a friend’s private information.
I don’t copy someone else’s words and say that I wrote them.
I never call people mean names online.
I balance my time online and offline.
Have a look at the 6 statements at the bottom of the page. Decide where the responsibility lies.
Check your answers.
Have a go at the mini quiz - how much can you remember?