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Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship Week (Oct. 16-20, 2017) is a concentrated time to introduce and discuss (if you haven’t already) digital citizenship with your students. Remember, though, that students use devices and the internet in and out of school ALL year long. Please plan on revisiting, teaching, and discussing digital citizenship with your students throughout the school year.

Take some time to educate yourself and explore the student resources before you use them. You may need to create an account/register on some of the websites, and you will want to do this prior to using the site in your classroom.

The resources listed below are ones that have been compiled for teachers and students to use in the classroom. This list is not exhaustive and you may find something else that you want to use. Please let us know if you have another great resource that can be added to the list.

Resources for Teachers
Common Sense Education - Digital Citizenship
Digital Citizenship Posters from Common Sense Media
Digital Citizenship Survival Kit from Thinglink
I am a Digital Citizen from Thinglink
Google Be Internet Awesome
Brainpop’s Digital Citizenship
10 Digital Citizenship Resources from K-12 Blueprint
Digital Citizenship Articles from EdTech
Get Dig Cit-Ready from Common Sense Education
ISTE Digital Citizenship
Netsmartz Teacher Training
Nearpod’s Digital Citizenship Resources - scroll to the bottom to obtain the FREE starter pack
Digital Passport from Common Sense Media
Digital Citizenship Picture Book List

Resources for Elementary Students
Interland from Google
Faux Paw Games from ikeepsafe
Safety Land from ATT
Brainpopjr’s Digital Citizenship
Digital Passport from Common Sense Media
Digital Footprints from KidSmart
Netsmartz videos

Resources for Middle and High School Students
Digital Compass from Common Sense Media
Digital Bytes from Common Sense Media
Your Digital Footprint Matters

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