Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

Author: Cathie Day

Students will understand what identity theft is, what to do if it happens to them, and how to protect their information.

Students will understand  the lasting impressions left by a digital footprint, how to be mindful of their information, and how to get out of potentially damaging situations.

This tutorial covers ID theft, digital footprints, and refusal skills.  This can be taught in a 50 minute class period.  Students would benefit from individual whiteboards.

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Resources and interactive scenarios regarding internet ID safety and digital footprint awareness.

Source: Cathie Day, Ellensburg High School