We generate a LOT of data.
Data is the fastest growing substance on the planet.
Ditial media company Raconteur estimates that the size of the entire digital universe will reach 44 zettabytes in 2020.
If 44 Zettabytes is too much to imagine, check out what happens in a single internet minute.
All of this data can be extremly useful and helpful, or personal and private.
January 28 is “Data Privacy Day,” an annual event that reminds consumers to review their digital footprints.
Our students are faced with questions and challenges that most adults never had to consider.
We can help our students make wise choices and maintain their privacy by teaching them how to review their digital footprint.
I have collected 10 different data privacy lessons and classroom activities that you can use to help educate students about data privacy. Listen in for a quick overview, or click here to view my blog post with links to everything I discovered.