Digital Citizenship at Reutter School

Digital Citizenship at Reutter School
Posted on 09/18/2018
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Reutter School Students Learn About Digital Citizenship

Reutter School students participated in a character development/digital citizenship assembly in September related to treating each other with respect, cyberbullying, and online safety.  The presenter shared with students the appropriate  uses and dangers of the internet and online communication.  IROC2’s mission is unique in that it communicates a message necessary for Digital Consciousness™ that serves as the foundation for a uniform and proactive solution to any digital issue.  The Institute is an ambassador to Digital Enlightenment™, and desires to construct a global digital community free of negative and sometimes irreversible consequences resulting from poor digital judgment.  

This special presentation, culminated an opening series of lessons for Reutter School students about digital citizenship, especially upon receiving their 1-1 Chromebook devices.  Teachers will continue educating students about this important topic throughout the school year.

The Institute for Responsible Online and Cellphone Communication (IROC2) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping Digital Citizens use technology and the power of Public and Permanent™ to open windows of opportunity - not close them.   Furthermore, the Institute's creation is based on overwhelming public evidence that many individuals are not aware of the short and long term consequences of their own actions when utilizing our world's rapidly evolving digital technologies irresponsibly.