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Digital Citizenship

dc1.pngWith access comes responsibility.  Digital citizenship becomes even more critical as students gain unlimited access to the Internet. Teachers can incorporate digital citizenship within their lessons when students use the internet for research and view educational digital content. The sites listed below have lessons and videos available for teachers to use to promote digital citizenship in and outside of the classroom.

common.png Common Sense Media - This site has resources for teacher regarding digital citizenship, videos and communication tools to connect with parents.
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Netsmartz Workshop - Netsmartz has lesson plans, videos and online activities to use with kids, tweens and teens.  The lesson plans and activities are categorized by grade level.
Digital Citizenship Website - The Digital Citizenship Institute works with educators to help students navigate and improve the understanding of Digital Citizenship.  Some of the resources include students earning a Digital Drivers License and pledges on digital citizenship for parents and their children.
digital_id.png Digital-ID - This site provides students, teachers, and administrators with a toolkit of reliable information, resources, and guidelines to help all of us learn how to be upstanding Digital Citizens who maintain a healthy Digital Identity (ID) in the 21st Century.

Digital Citizenship Resources

Here are some helpful resources you can use to introduce Digital Citizenship to your students:

Please contact Lori McCaughtry or Alexis Meron, TSA for Technology Integration Services , regarding integrating digital citizenship into your curriculum.

Badges

You can also earn the Digital Citizenship badge as you prepare your students to use YouTube responsibly. Use this to download and save the badge handout to record your activities and reflections. You can also earn a YouTube Badge as you begin to integrate video into your lesson plans.  

  • Join the "Badges for SlzUSD Certificated Personnel" Google Classroom. Launch any browser, go to classroom.google.com and sign in with your username@staff.slzusd.org account.
  • Select the PLUS (+) sign and select: Join class.

  • Enter this code: s6rdy1 to enroll in "Badges for SlzUSD Certificated Personnel" class.