Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

Tons of great resources for teaching in the classroom and for parents.

  • Understanding YouTube and Digital Citizenship: YouTube’s online curriculum for secondary students is a perfect resource for Digital Citizenship Week. Teachers will find ten lessons, all of which take between 20-50 minutes to teach, and they cover extremely relevant topics like managing online reputation and protecting privacy online.
  • Cable in the Classroom’s Digital Citizenship Resources: Cable in the Classroom (CIC) is a one-stop-shop for digital citizenship resources for teachers. Here, you’ll find useful and engaging articles, videos and other resources for teaching digital citizenship, and students can work through CIC’s InCtrl lessons to learn the ins and outs of digital citizenship.
  • BrainPop Jr. Spotlight — Free Digital Citizenship Resources: BrainPop’s Digital Citizenship resource page is perfect for younger students, and there are two sections on bullying and Internet safety. Each section features a video overview, quizzes and lesson ideas, as well as other interactive resources.
  • Digital Citizenship Teaching Channel Video Overviews: Here, the Teaching Channel has produced “Super Digital Citizen,” a behind-the-scenes looks at how one educator teaches digital citizenship to elementary students. Other digital literacy video resources cover understanding fair use and tracking media use online; there’s something here for every grade level.
  • YouTube Privacy Settings (from Google)

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http://thebookfairygoddess.blogspot.ca/2012/09/digital-citizenship.html?m=1 – attribution and thanks to to Sandy Liptak

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