Digital Citizenship: Developing Responsible Online Leaders & Citizens
Digital Citizenship is a user’s appropriate behavior with regard to technology use. Think of it as your online conduct in keeping yourself and other safe by being appropriate and responsible and following online rules and etiquette. From the moment a student is handed a device, he or she should apply their “digital” citizenship skills. Growing up as Digital Natives in a mobile and global learning environment, it is imperative that ALL students, K-12, be taught how to work respectfully with others online, be safe, solve problems, communicate clearly and appropriately, and evaluate online content and resources.
Commonsensemedia.org - A wonderful website that helps you safely navigate the ups and downs of being part of on online world.
Common Sense Media Resources for Parents
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Family Engagement Resources - Each topic below include hints and tips, videos, and other resources for K-2, 3rd-5th, Middle School, and High School.
- Homework & Learning with Tech
- Social Media & Devices
- Media Balance & Well-Being
- Online Privacy & Safety
- Resources in Spanish
Common Sense Media Blog: Parenting, Media, and Everything in Between
13 Online Challenges Your Kid Already Knows About - 2/27/2019
Parents’ Ultimate Guide to Parental Controls - 2/27/2019
17 Apps and Websites Kids are Heading to After Facebook - 7/17/2018