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Internet Etiquette

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School District Permission Form


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1. Be safe: If you are a student you must use your code name. Follow and remember our netiquette at: Blog Etiquette (Internet/Wiki/Blog). Reveal no personally identifying information.

 

2. Be kind: Be overly friendly and positive; you must refrain from any profane, sarcastic, or unkind responses.

 

3. Be respectful: Since our writing work is schoolwork, school rules and expectations apply when making any references on or to this site.

 

4. Be productive: Make sure you communicate clearly and intelligently (no text message wording please) on a relevant topic. Remember your purpose and audience.

 

5. If the above criteria are met, your posts may be published; if the above criteria are not met, your posts may not be published.

 

6. The views on this site by students are not necessarily those of Ms. Edwards or our school.


 

Keep safeNever post your personal information or information about someone else. Keep things like ages, addresses, phone numbers, names of towns, or even places we work off the Internet. Remember that information on the internet, especially embarrassing information, may still be around after you've deleted it. Be careful not to post things that may come back to haunt you later. 

 

Be truthful. Write things you know to be correct using facts from research from reliable, credible sources

 

Ask first, then give credit. Ask an author's/artist's permission to post their photos, pictures or pieces of writing. Never use first and last names of people that could identify them in a photo or video. You must also ask permission when using an idea from a friend, a family member, or even from an acquaintance. After you have his/her permission, then you must ask if you can post his/her name to give him/her credit. If you know anyone who is breaking any part of this rule, it is very important to tell someone who can help immediately.

 

Be nice. The most important thing to remember is sarcasm hurts. Be overly friendly and be positive. Remember ... treat others as you would like to be treated.

 

Read, re-read, and proof-read before you click ENTER. Don't rush to make that final. Once you press that button, you can't bring it back. Look everything over and use your spell check to be sure everything is accurate. When you are certain that the editing is complete, then save to publish.

 

Information please. The Internet is a great source of information but information is only useful when it is accurate.

 

Be brief, to the point and logical. Use breaks in your text and formatting elements to make the page easy to read and understand.

 

Follow Directions. Be sure to follow the directions that are given for the assignment -- be creative, but within the parameters set forth on the page.

 

Do not delete the work of others deliberately--unless it is part of the editing process.

 

Keep it on topic - classroom oriented. This isn't the place to discuss afterschool plans.

 


From: PBwiki Etiquette For Students



For the classroom (Families may want to discuss this assignment with your children.)

 

Think About It 

About safety:

Watch the video at http://www.ikeepsafe.org/iksc_kids/ for more information.

Never post your personal information or information about someone else.

 

Discussion/Reflection:

1. Why is personal safety important on the Internet? 

 

About communication:

Be nice. The most important thing to remember is sarcasm hurts. It is most often misunderstood when typed in a message which is then posted on the Internet. You may think you're funny when you write something rude or silly, but it can be extremely hurtful to read. Negative words hurt worse when said by someone you thought was your friend. So, be overly friendly and be positive. Remember ... treat others as you would like to be treated.

Some folks are not terribly good at thinking and writing at the same time, and what they say ends up sounding not so good. If you think they were deliberately nasty or highly critical, don't agonize over it or respond in kind. The best way to change what people do is to reward good behavior and to ignore bad behavior. Be sure to report any thing that makes you uncomfortable or that feels hurtful to an adult.

 

Discussion/Reflection:

2. How is communication on the Internet different than when face-to-face?

3. How can we make certain what we say is read as what we meant?

4. How can we be sure we are helpful, not hurtful?

5. What do we do if something feels uncomfortable or hurtful?

 

About information:

Be truthful.  Check validity and accuracy.

Not sure about sources of information? Review the Quality Information Checklist athttp://www.quick.org.uk/menu.htm

Before referencing a website, ask and answer a few simple questions:

    * Who is the author or sponsor and what are the author's qualifications or credentials?

    * What type of information is provided?

    * When was the information created? last updated or revised?

    * Where is the information coming from- is the domain a .edu, .gov, .org, etc.

    * Why is the information posted; to educate, to inform, to present unbiased views, to entertain, to sell or entice?

 

Discussion/Reflection:

6. If we want our site to be a thoughtful, learning area, what is important about the information we use and create?

 



 

 Nespelem School District #14 Internet Safety Contract

My safety and the safety of my friends, family and schoolmates, teachers and school are important. I will respect everyone’s safety online by keeping personal information private and by always being respectful in my interactions with others.

This includes protecting full names or last names, addresses, telephone numbers, passwords, parents’ names, team names, and school names.

It also includes protecting photos that identify anyone or could embarrass anyone. I will not post a photo without the individuals, the teachers or my parents permission.


I recognize there are many online services that can be used on computers, cell phones, game consoles and other devices, and that my commitment to the safety and privacy of others means that I will protect this information at all times and on all types of Web sites – including but not limited to, instant messages, e-mail, blogs, chat rooms, games, contests, and when using mobile phones.


I have the right to expect these same protections from my friends, family, school friends and school.


I understand that Nespelem School staff will supervise my time online and will use a filtering service to protect me and monitor my online actions to ensure appropriate behavior is maintained.


I will report to my teacher any email, chat room conversations, instant messages or websites that are inappropriate or make me feel uncomfortable like X-rated e-mail, images or files.


I will not use rude or mean language on the internet. I will treat others online as I would have them treat me. I will not bully or send mean or threatening messages nor will I respond to any such messages that are sent to me.


I will not be disciplined for accidentally seeing inappropriate content, and I promise not to look for inappropriate content. If I do see something inappropriate that makes me feel scared, uncomfortable or confused I will turn off my monitor and tell my teacher.


I will tell my teacher if anyone online asks me my name, my address, my telephone number, the name of my school, or if anyone online asks me to meet in person.


I will not tell anyone online where I will be or what I will be doing without my teacher’s and/or parent’s/guardian’s permission.

I understand that private family matters should not be discussed online. Instead, I should talk about them with a trusted adult.


I will not buy or order products online or give out any credit card information online without permission from my teacher or parent/guardian.


I understand that online actions I take when not at school can still affect my school environment, and will follow my Internet Safety Contract whether I am at school or away from school.


I understand that Internet use is a privilege, not a right. By signing below, I agree to all of the internet safety rules.



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