|Grades 9 - 12|
|9-12||Digital Life 102||Students test their knowledge of digital media and talk about the role media plays in their lives.|
|9-12||Oops! I Broad- cast It on the Internet||Students are introduced to the benefits of sharing information online and the potential risks of sharing inappropriate information.|
|9-12||Copyrights and Wrongs||Students explore the legal and ethical dimensions of respecting creative work.|
|9-12||Feeling On Display||Students reflect on the different pressures teens face when it comes to editing, posting, and commenting on photos online.|
|9-12||Turn Down the Dial on Cyber- bullying & Online Cruelty||Students learn that cruelty can escalate quickly online because people are often anonymous and posts spread quickly.|
|9-12||My Online Code||Students discuss their understanding of ethical behavior and are introduced to the concept of online ethics.|
|9-12||Who Are You Online?||Students explore how they and others represent themselves online, and the relationship between online and offline selves.|
|9-12||Building Comm- unity Online||Students examine websites that foster positive community.|
|9-12||Overexposed: Sexting & Rel- ationships||Students explore the risks and responsibilities of carrying out romantic relationships in the digital world.|
|9-12||Risky Online Relationships||Students think critically about developing relationships with people online.|
|9-12||Rights, Remixes, and Respect||Students reflect on the differences between taking inspiration from the creative work of others and appropriating that work without permission.|
|9-12||Taking Perspec- tives on Cyber- bullying||Students learn about the dynamics of online cruelty and how it affects all of the people involved.|
|9-12||What's the Big Deal about Internet Privacy?||Students explore the concept of privacy in their everyday lives, and as it relates to using the Internet.|
|9-12||Becoming a Web Celeb||Students explore the upsides and downsides of becoming famous online, and reflect on whether the experience can differ for boys and girls.|
|9-12||College Bound||Students learn that everything they or anyone else posts about them online becomes part of a public online presence known as a digital footprint.|
|9-12||Private Today, Public Tomorrow||Students reflect on their responsibility to protect the privacy of others when posting information about them online.|
|9-12||Does it Matter Who Has Your Data?||Students consider the ways websites and companies collect data online and utilize it to personalize content for their users, as well as consider companies’ motives in doing so.|
|9-12||Breaking Down Hate Speech||Students learn the definition of hate speech and understand how it affects individuals, groups, and communities.|
|9-12||Retouching Reality||Students think critically about the different purposes and contexts of digital image editing.|
|9-12||Collective Intell- igence||Students consider both the benefits and drawbacks of using collective intelligence in different contexts.|
Privacy & Security - Students learn strategies for managing their online information and keeping it secure from online risks such as identity thieves and phishing.
Digital Footprint& reputation - Students learn to protecttheir own privacy and respect others’ privacy.
Self-image & identity - These lessons are designed to help students explore their own digital lives, focusing on their online versus their offline identity.
Relationships& Communication - Students reflect on how they can
use intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to build and strengthen positive online communication and communities.
Creative Credit & Copyright - Living in a “copy/paste” culture, students need to reflect on their responsibilities and rights as creators in the online spaces where they consume, create, and share information.
Cyberbullying - Students learn what to do if they are involved in a cyberbullying situation.
Information Literacy - Information literacy includes the ability to identify, find, evaluate, and use information effectively.
Internet Safety - Students explore how the Internet offers an amazing way to collaborate with others worldwide, while staying safe through employing strategies such as distinguishing between inappropriate contact and positive connections.
NY-Times - Wired Campus - How Social Networking Affects the Student Life Cycle — From Applicant to Graduate.