Being part of the digital citizenship is a great responsibility to ourselves, our safety and that of our families and friends.
That is why the 4th grade students carried out an activity around the theme during our Digital Citizenship Week in elementary school where all grades have had many activities in order to be a responsible digital citizen
First, they watched a video that showed us the difference between Personal and Private Information so that later they could give their reflections to the group on what is dangerous to share online and what can even serve to our contacts to know us better.
Later, they showed the understanding of the subject by creating a Facebook profile (false) and thus continued to differentiate what kind of information they can share since, as one of them mentioned “If you share something on the internet, you share it with the whole world”.
The students had fun creating their profile, inventing names and imagining all the posts and likes that their profile has reached.
With this activity, we work on our competence number 8:
• Develop critical, autonomous and creative learning to analyze and understand reality, as well as recognize the truth, and differentiate right from wrong.
By Erika Valencia Mendoza