How many advertisements do you come across in one day- ten, fifty, hundreds, thousands? How can you teach your students to navigate this stream of information effectively?
Bring digital citizenship to your classroom with these resources!
Three websites that can help you, as an educator, prepare your students to be good digital citizens.
An important aspect of digital citizenship is learning how to decipher what is quality sourced information, and what is not.
Do you have a tattoo? What’s the story behind it? What does it say about who you are? The term “digital footprint” is well known and represents what trace of us we leave behind when we are visible and active online.
These are outstanding, ready-to-use resources and lessons to help you get the most out Digital Citizens Week with your tween and teen students.
How can we, as educators, help students navigate online situations properly? One option comes from Google’s Be Internet Awesome Digital Citizenship and Safety Curriculum.
The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) has released a notice of funding opportunity/request for proposals (NOFO/RFP) for pending state funds to expand internet connectivity in schools.