FPHS Digital Citizenship Curriculum
It is the vision of Fort Payne High School to promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility in our evolving digital culture and produce students who can connect, collaborate, and communicate digitally in a safe, respectful and responsible way.
The digital citizenship curriculum at Fort Payne High School involves year-round education on those skills needed to be responsible, literate, and safe citizens in the online community. Age-appropriate lessons using Common Sense Media tools are used. Go to this link to view the complete FPHS Digital Citizenship Curriculum.
As part of the curriculum, pre- and post testing are administered, monthly lessons are delivered in the classroom using Common Sense Media tools and Nearpod, and reinforcement of the 8 themes are continual throughout the school year. The framework of this curriculum is illustrated in the image below with the 8 themes noted:
The FPCS Digital Citizenship Framework along with the 8 Themes is illustrated in this image:
List of the 8 Themes:
Digital Footprint & Reputation
Self-Image and Identity
Creative Credit & Copyright
Relationships & Communication
Privacy & Security