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5 Digital Citizenship Resources to Review

 

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Students’ use of technology spills over into every aspect of their daily lives. It’s important to explore aspects of good digital citizenship to promote proper use of technology both inside and outside of the classroom.

Here are five digital citizenship resources to help. What are your favorite digital citizenship resources?

Common Sense Media Student Video Library
Short videos to help instructors jump start the conversation with students. These videos are great supplements to existing lesson plans.

Digital Education Revolution
The interactive website offers different paths for teachers, students and parents, including games and activities about cyberbullying and how to make the digital world a better place.

Digital Citizenship Classroom Posters
Download useful posters to hang in the classroom and hallways so students have constant reminders of what it means to be well-behaved digital citizens.

Free Cyberbullying Tool Kits for Teachers
One of the best ways to combat cyberbullying is to be proactive. Download these kits for your school and incorporate lessons on cyberbullying into your lesson plans and everyday activities so students understand the consequences.

Netzsmarts Workshop
Use Netzsmarts Workshop to make activities about online safety more fun and interactive. This website offers a variety of resources like videos, games, presentations and other activities that encourage students to engage in conversations about online safety.

Categories: Student Safety

Jackie Myers Marketing Manager

Jackie Myers is a former Marketing Manager at Gaggle.

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