Digital Citizen Charter

  • S.O.C.I.A.L & M.E.D.I.A

    Our project Charter

    PART 2:

    Digital citizen Charter.



    SOCIAL MEDIA: Digital Security

    Check your private setting, make sure only your friends and family can see your posts.

    Decline strangers request of friendship.Don't accept unknown people on your social media.

    Never give your identifiers. Never share your passwords.

    Don't post personal information like your address, email, phone number...

    Trust your instinct, if something makes you feel uncomfortable, block or stop communication

    If you decide to meet an online friend in real life, you'd better meet him / her in a public place, never go alone and tell a trusted adult where you are going.

    Digital Communication/Netiquette

    Request your friends' permission before sharing their picture.Request your friends' permission before sharing their picture.

    You mustn't post anything that could be embarrassing for your future.

    Think before you post: is it true? Is it hurtful? Is it illegal? Is it necessary? Is it kind?


    INTERNETDigital Law/Intellectual Property

    Follow the copy right rules and quote the sources.

    I will log out when I have finished on eTwinning for example.

    Be aware plagiarism is illegal.
    You mustn't download illegally music or movies.

    Digital Literacy/Verifying Reliability

    Do  some researches on the net on appropriate and educational websites.

    Don't believe  in all the news on the social networks, some are fake. 


    CYBERBULLYINGDigital Rights & Responsibilities

    Don't bully people! Don't send nasty messages or emails!

    You mustn't post mean messages on social media! Be grateful, respect yourself!

    Never respond to provocation, always keep calm.

    If you are bullied, block the person, take screen shots of the messages and delete them. You tell a trusted adult, especially if the messages contain threats.

    Tell the police if trusted adults cannot find a solution.

    Stand up and say no to cyberbullying!

    Be fair when playing online!  If you are bothered, denounce the bully player to the game's webmaster


    CYBERCRIMINALITYDigital Security

    Hackers can pretend to be your friend to get a hand on your personal information.

    Use a strong password with letters, capital letters, numbers,and signs.

    If you are hacked, change your password and protect you from spamming and phishing.

    Never open files from strangers.

    If a window pops up saying that you have won a prize, delete or deny.

    Digital Commerce: Buying and selling on the internet  can be dangerous because it's the way for thieves and organizations to take money to people using a false identity on some websites for example, some people sell things but they never send you the goods. Be careful when buying on the net, only visit secure sites.

    Shop safely! Ask your parents before using their credit card online!



    Digital Access-  Smartphones can motivate and inspire students' learning and replace a lot of other devices. They can allow students to get on the net in the classroom when there are no other devices.

    You can't / mustn't:

    You mustn't accept strangers' phone calls, it could cost you a lot of money.

    You can't use your phone in class for personal use.

    You mustn't upload photos from somebody else.

    You mustn't choose a weak password.

    Don't spend too much time on your phone.

    You mustn't take too many pictures of everything. 

    You mustn't post nudes and sextext, it's dangerous for your eReputation.

    You can:

    Use your phone to work on eTwinning or on the net.

    You can take pictures and videos for the project with your teacher's permission.

    You can translate or use an online dictionary.

    You can play the project online games like Kahoot.

    You can scan a QR code to get to a lesson.

    You can send grateful messages to your friends.

    You can contact the teachers during mobilities.

    You can text or email your family and friends but during the break.


    PROTECT YOUR DEVICES: Digital Access

    You should keep your device safe and secure all the time.

    You'd better not go on hazardous websites.

    You must have an anti virus on your devices and update it regularly.

    Protect your hard drive, don't click on hazardous links sent by strangers.

    Don't download anything without your parents permission, it could contain viruses or malwares.


    Taking, sharing or possessing pictures of naked teens and kids is illegal.

    Digital Health: Spending too much time on screen can be dangerous for your physical health but also psychological health.



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