John kindly added the image to my text. I've been thinking more about this misplaced focus in digital citizenship on compliance over contribution.
Isolation and fear vs community and understanding.
Legalism and obligation vs love and purpose.
Safety vs vulnerability and transparency.
Prohibitions vs possibilities.
Horses vs humans (reminiscent of Dan Pink).
The focus of most digital citizenship resources and thinking (cyber bullying, privacy, rules, etc...) misses the point of true citizenship. The focus of traditional education (stay busy, get the right answer, comply, etc...) misses the point of true learning.
A few students and I took the liberty to rethink this image and reframe it with more positive directives instead of negative regulations.
*Yes, cyber-bullying is bad. No, you shouldn't put certain personal information online. I agree with all these things that typically come in the digital citizenship bag. But if it stops there, we aren't actually teaching citizenship.