Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity for Students

Hey Champ! Here are 4 super important reasons why a teenager must learn DCIM Skills. Pick your favourite one...

"I want to study abroad after my school. I want to create an impressive online reputation to get into a great university."

If you are dreaming of studying in a foreign university, then a good SAT score is not good enough to guarantee you an admission. You must support your application with an excellent online reputation. And, to create that, you must learn Internet Maturity skills!

"I've been wasting a lot of time on my digital addiction. I want to learn the constructive use of the Internet."

First of all, congratulations! Very few students realize that! The best way to reduce the negative or addictive online activities, is by replacing them with positive ones. And, that will happen only when you learn the Internet Maturity skills.

"I don't want to be careless or ignorant about online dangers. I want to learn the safe use of the Internet."

Great! You are a rare student who is self-conscious about online safety! The biggest threats & risks online are caused by immature use of the Internet. Internet Maturity skills are critical for you to remain safe online!

"I have decided my career goal. I want to make the best use of Internet to reach my goal."

If you are really passionate to pursue the career of your choice in future, then don't just wait or pray for it. Design your online reputation and build a professional network to attract opportunities. And for that, you must learn Internet Maturity skills!

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Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity Powers

Who else strongly recommends DCIM?
There is an urgent need to address and mitigate the risks associated with widespread use of ICT while simultaneously taking advantage of the opportunities afforded by these technologies. The concept of digital citizenship helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what children, students and users of technology should know to use technology appropriately and responsibly. The proactive approach of digital citizenship education could foster a favourable environment to encourage responsible and safe use of ICT among children and youth with support from schools, teachers, parents/guardians, policymakers, industry leaders and other key stakeholders.
UNICEF Report: Child Online Protection in India - 2016
Young digital citizens need to equip themselves – from early years and with ample support from those around them – with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to take advantage of the opportunities and be resilient in the face of risks. There is a clear need for specific training on the risks related to ICT use, not only for young people but their guardians (parents and teachers) as well. A core competency of digital citizenship should address how to use these technologies in an ethical, safe, and responsible way...
UNESCO Report: Fostering Digital Citizenship through Safe and Responsible Use of ICT
Learning to be an effective digital citizen is not something that happens if we don’t actively teach it... And preparing a generation of effective digital citizens is the most important thing we can do to ensure our democracy for the future.
Richard Culatta, CEO, ISTE
Since our students are using technology to play, learn, and communicate while at home and at school, they should be learning how to use that technology responsibly. Full integration of digital citizenship and media literacy curriculum materials into every class and every content area — at every grade level — should be the goal to meet this need.
The Digital Citizenship Advisory Committee (OSPI, WA, USA )

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