Scenario 3: Sara Posts to Social Media

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In the comments, discuss the questions below:

  1. Which Digital Citizenship elements are represented in this scenario? (Digital Access, Etiquette, Communication, Law, Security, Rights/Responsibilities, Literacy, Commerce, Wellness)  Explain.
  2. What information (if any) is left out that would be helpful to know?
  3. What issues/consequences might this cause?
  4. What could have been done to avoid this situation/issue?
  5. How would you address this situation?

13 thoughts on “Scenario 3: Sara Posts to Social Media”

  1. Which Digital Citizenship elements are represented in this scenario?
    etiquette, rights/responsibility

    1. I agree that it’s definitely an etiquette issue. It’s difficult to understand why people think they have a right to post things about other people without permission – whether negative or positive.

    2. I think that in addition to the elements that you listed that it would also include communication and law. I could be wrong but I thought that posting a picture of another person was against the law? Or maybe its the privacy policy? And I said communication because of the fact that it is on social media.

  2. What could have been done to avoid this situation/issue?
    classroom rules about cell phone usage

  3. Access, Etiquette and Rights/Responsibilities were all represented in this scenario.

    1. I think that the problem is more than just allowing them in the classroom, the district has a policy that some schools/administrators reinforce and others don’t. It has to be an all in or all out thing.

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