High School Expectations

  • High school students establish a greater depth of understanding to aid in mastery of digital citizenship. These concepts build upon the elementary and middle school expectations within the topics of identity and self-image, digital footprint and online reputation, communication and relationships, digital drama and cyberbullying, information literacy, safety, creative credit, and security and privacy. The expectations for high school address ISTE Student Standards, NVACS Grade 9-10, NVACS Grade 11-12, AASL, and CASEL. While the scope and sequence provides specific lesson recommendations for digital citizenship, interdisciplinary instructional decisions should be considered to achieve grade level standards and expected outcomes.

    Table of Contents


          Security and Privacy   Identity and Self-Image

    Digital Footprint and Online Reputation  

     Digital Drama and Cyberbullying

    Information Literacy   Creative Credit

    By the end of high school, students are expected to achieve all of the grade level expectations related to each topic within the recommended digital citizenship curriculum. While the scope and sequence provide a progressive framework, individual schools should make implementation decisions around interdisciplinary instruction.


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