Looking for new and engaging digital citizenship resources? Common Sense Education has revamped its Digital Citizenship Curriculum, which helps prepare young learners to critically develop thinking skills and mindful habits as they face dilemmas in the digital world. It addresses current issues students face, including cyberbullying, online privacy, hate speech, news literacy, and more. New lessons include real-life scenarios, videos, and engaging activities that help students explore complex topics. Take-home advice and activities are provided for parents. The curriculum is guided by the research of Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is free to all schools.
In this webinar:
- Learn about 6 six main digital citizenship topics
- Explore teaching tips on skill development and positive dispositions in students
- Identify ways to implement digital citizenship into your classrooms, schools, or districts
About the Presenter
Jessica Lura, Director of Teaching and Learning, Bullis Charter School and Common Sense Education Ambassador.
A National Board Certified Teacher, Jessica has worked in education for twenty-one years teaching 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 8th grade. She designs and presents professional learning experiences for educators and students that focus on sparking curiosity and developing the skills, attitudes, and knowledge necessary for students to become active and ethical global participants.
She is a Common Sense Education Ambassador and believes that schools and educators play an essential role in supporting students and parents in learning how to become responsible digital citizens.