We found Common Sense Media, a website with a significant amount of resources on a wide variety of "Digital Citizenship" topics, and this fall will start the 3rd year of its use.It is steadily becoming part of the culture of our ...
ConnectSafely produces some excellent materials that you can use to teach students how to use social media responsibly. From Anne Collier at ConnectSafely, the presentation, titled Digital Citizenship provides a good overview of what does and doesn't work in promoting good digital citizenship.
"It’s a simple little prop I use when teaching Digital Citizenship to our pK-12 Aurora Huskies students, but I think it sends a powerful message. I love utilizing props to try to get my point across to students and thought that creating a kit full of props would be a great way to reinforce a very important topic in our schools."
“ Using educationally appropriate online tools with students opens up a world of possibilities for engaging them in leaning experiences that incorporate the 4 C's; communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.”
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
"Jen Deyenberg at Northern Gateway Public Schoolshas created a nice collection of digital citizenship resources for teachers and parents. The collection is organized into sections for elementary school, middle school, and high school. There is a separate tab for parent resources. One of the things that I like about the collection is that understanding copyright has been included as part of digital citizenship."