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Learning Objective
Recognize the importance of creating norms and guidelines to facilitate responsible participation in the communities you are a part of.

Main Activities
Respectful Participation
-Using the Activity #2: Ombudsman Take it Away! from the Ethics Casebook lesson Our Space, Our Guidelines
-Blogging: Intro to Tumblr and Twitter


Learning Objective
Explore the characteristics of collaboration, anonymity and remix in creative and ethical practice.

Main Activities
Authentic Problem-Solving
- Boal-like improvisation; student-created scenario using a superhero identitiy, a real space in the school and a conflict that arises in that space. Work together to resolve the conflict. (Reflect on how your choices and voices impact a situations/change outcomes.)

Space + Ownership

Learning Objective
By exploring their own concepts and ideas around boundaries and space, students will critically examine both the visible and invisible borders they recognize as existing in their school.

Main Activities
They will accomplish this by taking pictures, sharing their perceptions of the spaces, and analyzing the intention and origin of specific borders in both small and large group collaboration and discussion.

Ownership and Authorship

Learning Objective
Demonstrate an ability to participate in various spaces as creator, facilitator and collaborator.

Main Activities
Use online application to import school map and layer pics of boundaries on top.


Learning Objective
Consider the credibility of people & information as a community concern, & practice reflecting on community-level benefits and harms associated with different actions.

Main Activities
Identify and evaluate your learning ecosystem.