“It’s here again: Digital Citizenship Week! What can you do to celebrate kids using technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully? Empower them in three simple steps
- Take a Digital Citizenship for all pledge
- Create their own pledges
- Encourage everyone to hold a device free dinner (Common Sense Media)”
Use comics and storytelling to teach digital citizenship – a webinar. There are lots of resources available on this site that have been shared previously!
Edutopia has updated its Digital Citizenship resources:
“Considering how ubiquitous smartphones and tablets have become, especially in high school and middle school, questions about managing use and educating students about digital etiquette are on a lot of educators’ minds.”(Edutopia)
Visit their page to read lots more about all of the following resources:
- Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum for K-12
- Lessons for Teaching Digital Citizenship From Cable Impacts
- Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum From iKeepSafe and Google:
- Resources for Teaching Digital Literacy From Digizen
- A Teacher’s Guide to Digital Citizenship
Edudemic shares its top 15 resources on Digital Citizenship including lesson plans with a whole section of engaging games to promote digital citizenship.
The Indiana Department of Education has also put together a set of resources to celebrate the event.