Secondly, it keeps everything organized in one place and increases on task time. We discussed the importance of walking the room and monitoring students computer screens as they work and have clear consequences for not following the AUP. I shared the Digital Drivers License website and recommended that her students complete those units to obtain their DDL before they are allowed to use their computers. The Website leads students through internet safety, copyright, online purchasing, and healthy practices. Students must obtain an 80% on quizzes before they obtain their DDL. 100% of her students acquired their DDL.
She has successfully started an Edmodo account and uses it effectively. Her students all completed the DDL. She has followed through on her consequences for AUP violations. 99% of her students have demonstrated digital citizenship since February.