On 18 December 2020 during our classroom lesson in VIII-6 grade, we learnt about “Responsible digital citizenship” through the workshop which is part of our Erasmus+ KA229 project “Young journalists today – responsible digital citizens tomorrow”. The workshop was held online by our home classroom teacher, Tanja Krstevska.
During the workshop, we learnt about the concept of digital citizenship and its elements as well as the different possibilities for active digital citizenship.
The internet is generally very useful and with it, everyday life is much easier. With the use of the internet, we can do many different activities, even from our homes, such as shopping, communication and many others. People use it every day for different reasons, such as shopping, trade and business that sometimes require sharing personal information. From this, we come across the need for privacy and ownership that are usually respected, but there are exceptions to this. As with the citizenship in the real world, the digital citizenship embodies rights and responsibilities which allows us to contribute and improve our community/society
Author: Darijan Atanasovski VIII-6
photos: screenshots from the online lesson
The original article is published in the school online digital newspaper L.A. IN-formator