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DigCit-MediaLit Building-Level Survey

Digital Citizenship-Media Literacy-Internet Safety BUILDING-LEVEL SURVEY (as required by SSB 5449)

Brief definitions for the purposes of this survey:

Digital Citizenship means recognizing and valuing the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world, and engaging in safe, legal, and ethical behavior (adapted from ISTE 2016 Student Standards).

Media Literacy means the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create and act using a variety of forms of communication, through developing the habits of inquiry and skills of expression needed to be critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, and active citizens (from National Association of Media Literacy Education).

Internet Safety means providing the tools for safe, effective communication and interaction, by minimizing risks and maximizing benefits in the use of online resources (adapted from FOSI).
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1. ESD, District and School Name: *This question is required.
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4. Your role (check all that apply): *This question is required.
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5. Does your building have a certified teacher-librarian? *This question is required.
6. Does your building have a certified technology specialist (coach, TOSA, et al)? *This question is required.
7. What grade levels are served by this building? (check all that apply) *This question is required.
8. Which of these topics have been addressed during this school year in your building as part of the regular curriculum (check all that apply)? *This question is required.
9. What do you perceive as critical Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, or Internet Safety skills needed by your students? (check all that apply) *This question is required.
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10. Who provides the instruction on the topics checked on Question #8?
10. How often do students typically receive instruction in Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, or Internet Safety? *This question is required.
10. How do you integrate Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, or Internet Safety into your existing school subjects (check all that apply)? *This question is required.
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10. What department(s) or program(s) have you identified for integrating Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, or Internet Safety into student studies at the secondary level (check all that apply)? *This question is required.
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10. Do you feel like your teaching staff has the requisite expertise to address all of the topics listed in Question #8 (fairness and civil discourse; online identity, personal brand, and digital footprint; hacking, malware, and network; copyright, fair use, and intellectual property; analyzing and evaluating media sources; producing effective media; personal safety and privacy; cyberbullying and predation)? *This question is required.
11. Please identify the gaps (check all that apply): *This question is required.
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11. How effective do you think your Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy, and Internet Safety Education has been? *This question is required.
11. How does your school measure the effectiveness of this instruction  (check all that apply)? *This question is required.
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11. What has your school done in the way of family outreach efforts on Digital Citizenship, Media Literacy or Internet Safety topics (check all that apply)? *This question is required.
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