K-5 Topics and Elementary Implementation
K-12 Topics and Secondary Implementation
Safety and Responsibility
Protect yourself, your privacy, and your devices by being aware of the ways you connect with the large scope of the internet and its users.
Sure, you’ve signed the HCPS code of conduct, but do you follow the guidelines? Why are they in place and what do they mean?
Is your login password identical for various websites? In what ways can this practice put you at risk?
Has a friend ever dropped a computer and cracked the screen? Do you know people who acquired computer viruses that cause problems with their machines?
Relationships and Communication
Our digital relationships are more important than ever. Digital citizenship defines how to safely and responsibly interact with others in a virtual environment, to build positive relationships and communicate effectively.
What are you putting out to the world through your social media presence? Are the things you’re posting through social media today going to be a help or hindrance to you in the future?
Your digital-identity deals with who you are online and how your actions can affect your future.
Did you know that digital information about you is collected after each time you click a link, complete a survey, purchase an item, or upload a photo? What trail of digital information have you left behind?
Before you leave comments on photos, videos, or through social media, do you ever consider how those comments may sound to other people and may shape your reputation?
In order to be fluent in a complex digital world, you will need to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use information and ensure credit is given to the appropriate source.