Digital Citizenship (Year 2) Pledge to Be Our Best Online and STOP Online Meanness

Digital Citizenship: Be Our Best Online

These resources were originally put together in November 2020 during anti-bullying week. They have been taylored for Year 2 but extra resources are added for other years.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what online meanness can look like and how it can make people feel
  • Identify ways to respond to mean words online, using S-T-O-P

Lesson Outcomes

Discuss ways to put a STOP to Online meanness

Practical Tasks

Interland Kind Kingdom

Online Bullying Word Search

E-Volve on Common Sense Digital Passport

Starter Discussion

What can you do if you someone is mean to you.

Put a STOP to online meaness

S: Step away

  • Why do you think you should stop using your device and step away?

T: Tell a trusted adult

  • If someone makes you feel angry, sad, or scared online, which grown-ups can you tell and ask for help? 

O: OK sites only

  • Why is it important to go online only with an adult, or when an adult says it is OK?

P: Pause and think

  • Would it be helpful to talk to the person who was being mean?

Practical Tasks

Cyberbully Word Search

Click Here to Start

https://thewordsearch.com/puzzle/144046/cyberbullying/

Kind Kingdom

Click Here to Start

https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_us/interland/landing/kind-kingdom

Success Criteria

Success : I complete the Word Search and some of the Kind Kingdom puzzles

Even Better Success : I can complete all of Word Search and most of the Kind Kingdom puzzles

Extra Super Success : I can play E-Volve and gain a certificate

E-volve on Digital Passport by Common Sense Education

Click Here to Start

https://www.digitalpassport.org/evolve.html

Extra Task

Click here for more tasks

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