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We ARE Digital Citizens:
Using technology in an Appropriate, Responsible and Effective Way

Our Digital Citizenship study begins in Kindergarten and continues through Grade 5. For a table describing the K-5 curriculum,

Link to our NEW Digital Citizenship Webpage for Parents:

A= APPROPRIATE USE: Safety
  • Students learn safety and security rules to protect their identities online, both in terms of personal safety and in the context of identity theft.
 
R= RESPONSIBLE USE: Manners/Ethics
  • Students consider the rights and responsibilities of Web use, including cyberbullying and copyright.

E= EFFECTIVE USE: Research
  • Students learn about networks and a network of networks: the Internet.
  • Students learn a variety of strategies for locating and evaluating information using search engines, directories, online encyclopedias and databases.
To practice applying digital citzenship skills, each grade level (except for kindergarten) works on  a research project.


Last Modified: Sep 23, 2013