Digital Citizenship Worksheets To Print:
Thoughts - Before sharing something online, ask yourself these questions.
Staying Safe Online - Staying safe online is similar to staying safe in real life. There are
things that you should and should not do. One way you can stay
safe online is to pay attention to how things make you feel.
Rule of Thumb - A good rule of thumb when trying to decide whether or not you should share
something online is that anything you share online could potentially be seen by
anyone and everyone.
Questions to Answer - What is the most important thing to consider as a digital citizenship? Why?
Your Digital Footprint - Your digital footprint is the information about you that exists on the internet
as a result of your online activity.
Be Responsible - While digital citizenship
offers a convenient way to participate in the world, it also requires behaving in a
Big Shoes - In the space below, write down as much
as you can about your own digital footprint.
Digital Relationships - Think about who you are connected to online -
people that you communicate with regularly, share things with,
etc. Complete the graphic organizer. How many of these
people are you also connected to offline?
Keeping Things Private - When something is private, that means that you should keep it to
yourself. You should only share things that are private with someone
that you really trust.
Staying Private Online - Draw an X through everything on the form below that is
asking for private information. Complete the rest of the form.
Elements Are In - Briefly discuss why each element of digital
citizenship is important.