This element involves students developing an understanding of how social and ethical protocols and practices are applied when using ICT.
Students apply appropriate practices to recognise the intellectual property for digital information of themselves and others. They use appropriate practices for the physical and logical storage and security of digital information, and apply appropriate protocols when using ICT to safely create, communicate or share information. Students gain an understanding of the benefits and consequences of the use of ICT by individuals, groups and communities and the impact of the use of ICT on the fabric of society. In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:
- recognise intellectual property
- apply digital information security practices
- apply personal security protocols
- identify the impacts of ICT in society.
Typically by the end of Year 4, students:
Recognise intellectual property
acknowledge when they use digital products created by someone else, and start to indicate the source
Apply digital information security practices
independently apply standard guidelines and techniques for particular digital systems to secure digital information
Apply personal security protocols
apply standard guidelines and take action to avoid the common dangers to personal security when using ICT and apply appropriate basic social protocols when using ICT to communicate with unknown audiences
Identify the impacts of ICT in society
identify the value and role of ICT use at home and school