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Susan Winderlich

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Safety in My Online Neighborhood (KG)

Today you are going to show that you know about how to stay safe wherever you are and what ever you are doing. You will sort the images into pictures that are safe and pictures that are unsafe. You will talk while you are moving them to explain your thinking. 1. Make sure your iPad is stable and then press mic 2. Choose the move tool and move each image into a white square and tell us why you moved it there. 3. When all the pictures are sorted you can click on the check to post your work.

Kindergarten, Digital Citizenship
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Today in Tech, we revised last week’s lesson about how visiting places on the internet is a lot like visiting places in real life and that just like there are rules to keep safe when you visit new places in the world, there are ways to keep yourself safe online. We then practiced saying those rules to stick them in our memory. For our activity we had to sort the pictures into the safe or unsafe boxes and explain why we were sorting them this way. We were working on recording ourselves while talking and moving an object at the same time as well as using a clear voice without playing with the iPad case. If you need help understanding which sites/games/books are good for your children, visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ for reviews and recommendations.

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This lesson has been adapted from the Commonsense Media lesson found at the link below. https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/safety-in-my-online-neighborhood Make a copy of my adapted lesson slides by clicking on the link below. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rOP3xBs5FIkIGQ5bOamiG9bbRZroPMziqxkgs8fqZks/copy My lesson has been broken up into 2 separate lessons. Part One is spent mostly on the lesson and discussion. Part two involves a quick review and then this activity to complete on Seesaw. OVERVIEW The power of the internet allows students to experience and visit places they might not be able to see in person. But, just like traveling in the real world, it's important to be safe when traveling online. Learning Objectives: - Discover that the internet can be used to visit faraway places and learn new things. - Compare how staying safe online is similar to staying safe in the real world. - Explain rules for traveling safely on the internet. Key Vocabulary: Online: using a computer, phone, or tablet to visit a website or app website or app: a place you can visit on the internet ISTE: 1d, 2b, 3c, 3d

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