This website from a school in BC has a list of stories of people who have been involved in various situations where some different choices as it pertains to digital citizenship could have changed the course of their lives. They made choices, and they live with the consequences of those choices. If you’re needing a story to tell your class to underscore a point you’ve made or need to make, you may find what you’re seeking here.
What do we need to be teaching kids, when do we teach it, and what are some good resources?
These outcomes underwent close scrutiny and discussion with TAG. They have been created specifically with the needs of the students in Chinook’s Edge School Division in mind. These digital citizenship lessons should serve as a guide for teachers who are looking for assistance in their classrooms.
CYBERBULLYING: CROSSING THE LINE - When does inappropriate online behavior cross the line into cyberbullying, and what can you do about it?
WHICH ME SHOULD I BE? - What are the outcomes of presenting yourself in different ways online?
SAFE ONLINE TALK - How should you handle inappropriate online talk?
OOPS! I BROADCAST IT ON THE INTERNET - What are the consequences of oversharing online?
TURN DOWN THE DIAL ON CYBERBULLYING - Which factors intensify cyberbullying and online cruelty, and what can you do to lessen them?
RIGHTS, REMIXES, AND RESPECT - What should you consider when you use other people's creative work?