August 15

The Lost Princess

In this digital citizenship lesson we looked at a video called “The Lost Princess,” and in this video the was four main character’s, their names were, Lucy, Kerian, Charlotte and the Lost Princess. The character i am choosing do this blog post on is Lost Princess. Lost Princess was on an online game a lot, and in this game there was a person named White Knight, and they talked a lot, but then one day White Knight sent a fake image of himself to The Lost Princess, and The Lost Princess decided to send a real one back, and the lost princess lied about her age, but White Knight was fine about that, she admitted this when she went to a concert with White Knight, But she didn’t know who was White Knight because he had sent a fake photo, finally White Knight goes up behind The Lost Princess and says that he is actually 40, being so scared The lost Princess calls her mum and everything turned out to be fine.

It negatively affected her life by sharing her personal information to a random person online and she was kind of addicted to talking to him and she wasn’t being herself.

The issue got resolved by her going to the concert and realising that he was around about 40, but that isn’t how you should normally do it, you should normally tell and parent, adult, or friend.

She could have not given away so much personal information and she could have also told a parent, adult or friend.

I would say that the biggest message in this story is that you should never give away some of your personal information to random people online and that you should basically always tell a parent, adult, or friend about a tough situation online or in the real world.

 

May 23

Welcome to your new Digital Portfolio

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Welcome to your College Digital Portfolio! A Digital Portfolio is like having your own website. It is a place for you to learn about being an active and responsible digital citizen by creating a portfolio of your best work to showcase and share with others. Through the creation of a blog, you will be able to write regular reflections and share your learning journey through photo and video with your teachers, parents, each other and possibly even experts from all around the world.

For more information and support, speak to your teacher, explore, play and learn from each other! Learn how to publish your first post by visiting Publish your First Post. After that see what you can do! Visit the Edublogs User Guide for more help developing your new online space.

There are so many ways in which to use your space, for example:

  • Documenting and reflecting on your learning, passions, and interests, both in and out of school
  • Curating and highlighting work for your Student-Led Conferences
  • In some instances, your teachers will also ask you to submit, reflect and comment on other students work in this portfolio

That’s enough to get you going. Your Digital Portfolio should be a fun, enriching and rewarding way to explore, find or create your place in the world. Good luck!