Digital Citizenship / District Use Policy

Use Policy

There are 8 parts to Digital Citizenship listed below.  We will be using Common Sense Media to study and practice these sections.  Links will be provided to a Google Document that you will make a copy of and save in your own Drive that was provided to you in your School District Account.  It is highly recommended you create a folder called "21st Century Skills Class" in your Drive to save all your content in one place.

If you are not familiar with Drive, see this Tutorial to help you start.  Do not create a new drive with your personal google account, use your school district supplied account.

First you will read and answer questions to DNUSD Acceptable Use Policy.  This document will provide you with information as to what you can and cannot do with school computers and networks.

Acceptable Use Policy
Read this document first
Answer these Questions


Copyright and Fair Use

Open this document and follow the directions.

Cyberbullying and Digital Drama

Open this document and follow the directions.

Being Real Online

Open this document and follow the directions.

Chatting Online


Open this document and follow the directions.

Internet Safety / Privacy & Security

Open this document and follow the directions.

Digital Footprint and Reputation

Open this document and follow the directions.

Self Image, Relationships and Communication

Open this document and follow the directions.

Common Sense Media Unit Assessments


There are 4 Unit Assessments to make sure you understand this section of the 21st Century Challenge. Students must score 90% or above to be complete.  Print or take a screenshot of the Certificate with your full name showing 90% or above for each Unit, keep in your folder for credit by your instructor.


Unit 1:  Digital Life 102

Unit 2:  My Online Code

Unit 3:  Copyright, Remixes, and Respect

Unit 4:  Private Today, Public Tomorrow

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