As a good digital citizen, you are challenged to be a responsible member of the online community every day. With mindfulness and respect for the power that the Internet wields, good digital citizens are aware of the importance of safe online behavior, as well as critical thinking skills needed to navigate the 21st century. Teachers now hold even more responsibility to instill skills in their students that empower them to connect and work together with others in a positive way throughout the digital world.
Being a good digital citizen is more than knowing your way around the web. It’s about connecting and collaborating in ways you didn’t even know were possible. Now you can leverage the power of Digital Citizenship with ease.
Now Introducing: Eduscape’s Digital Citizenship Symposium featuring Common Sense Media. We’re traveling the world and helping schools create a positive school culture that supports safe and responsible technology use. Learn how to address real challenges such as cyberbullying, internet safety, and other digital dilemmas.
I wish other individuals from my school could have heard these presentations.
For a district like ours that is in the earliest stages of having 1:1 and needing to have a platform to support our students' learning and our faculty's implementation, I left with many solid ideas and templates to share as we start our journey.
These dynamic speakers made me think beyond my preconceived ideas and really see the value of embedding digital citizenship in the curriculum.
It was a great day for us. It is helpful to get first hand information from Common Sense and then be able to hear about implementation in schools.