Digital Citizenship Week is October 16-22. During this week, teachers and administrators have the chance to educate K-12 students on how to safely, responsibility, and respectfully utilize digital resources.
Which should you use in your classroom? That’s where we can help.
- Take the Digital Citizenship Pledge or have students create their own pledges.
- Use the Scope & Sequence Tool to integrate digital citizenship in your lesson plans. The tool can focus on specific topics like self-image and identity or cyberbullying and digital drama.
- Embrace the power of technology by adding student interactives to your classroom.
- Digital Passport: The passport allows students to play through five games to practice online safety and citizenship skills.
- Digital Compass: The compass includes animated stories and games to learn how the actions taken online can affect students’ reputations.
- Digital Bytes: A forum showcasing ideas of how to make a smart, safe and creative online experience.
- Download these toolkits for assistance in lesson design.
- Common Sense on E-rate and CIPA Toolkit
- Standing up, Not Standing By: A Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators
- Girls, Boys, and Media: A Gender and Digital Life Toolkit
- Print and post these classroom posters to spread awareness in your school.
- Oversharing: Think Before You Post Poster
- Pause & Think Online Posters
- Digital Citizens Poster
- Should I Share Poster
- Digital Citizens Pledge Poster
- Incorporate one of these 50 videos in your digital citizenship discussions.
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