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This lesson educates students on digital responsibility and consent to share by understanding the concept of digital footprint and its potential consequences, enabling them to become responsible digital citizens.
- Suitable for age 12
- 60 minutes + project work
What's in this lesson?
Students will be able to:
- Identify examples of digital footprints and describe how they can impact future opportunities and relationships.
- Understand the importance of seeking consent before sharing photos online and identify potential risks associated with sharing without consent.
- Demonstrate responsible online behaviour and articulate their understanding of the responsibilities that come with being a digital citizen.
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A digital footprint is a record of our online activity and the information we leave behind on the internet. It can include the information we share, the searches we make, and the posts and comments we share.
Refers to the idea that individuals have a responsibility to behave in a safe, respectful, and ethical manner when using the internet and other digital technologies.
Consent to Share
When someone agrees to share their personal information, images, or videos with others, such as by posting on social media or sending them to a friend. True consent is clear and voluntary. Everyone has a right to control their own information and to decide who to share it with.
Introduction (5 min)
Define the Keywords (15 min)
Investigate the Scenario (30 min)
Project Work (duration as needed)
Key Takeaways (10 min)
Included in this Lesson
- Presentation slides available in Powerpoint (.pptx) or in the Online Player
- Lesson plan for teachers
- Printable handouts for students
- Assessment rubric for project based learning
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