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Describe what you are doing in your classroom to help students become responsible digital citizens.

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Students were ask to pick a non profit and share the hashtag (focus of the organization.) They created an adobe spark poster about the group

Small basketball picture jsearby20 3 months ago

The World Is At Our Fnger Tips.

Our Studets are extrmely smart ! Children are like sponges they learn so much from the day they enter the world. From an early age they are learning to be safe at home , their phone number ,their address,walking across the street and  following rules in a classrooms. Now with a lot of our learning ,exploring and gaming  online .It is essentail that our children absorb an understanding of the safety needs in the digital world.  Promoting critical thinking (making smart choices ), Taking  time  to create strong passwords. teaching Savvy searching and being responsible online to name a few. I  have a lists of do's and don'ts that is in view for all the students to see everyday all year long.  With technology changing day to day the importance  to continue to teach digital citizenship all year long  is the key to keeping  up on  smart and safe practices in the online enviroment.
Small 0688212d3d697f6fc3b9a0cd560a11c0 techie18 3 months ago

Global citizens from a button click

We need to teach students the key lessons to be careful on the internet, but above all, it’s important to remember what a powerful connector it is. You can walk out your front door and have a chat with your neighbor, Tom, and you can do this anytime. But if you don’t really like Tom, you can also get online and chat with someone in Nova Scotia, Beijing, or Tasmania. You can see, hear, show, and tell. Global connection is amazing and the digital world opens up global citizenship for our students. It’s an amazing time to be an educator. Enjoy developing digital citizens in the classroom!
We need to teach students the key lessons to be careful on the internet, but above all, it’s important to remember what a powerful connector it is. You can walk out your front door and have a chat with your neighbor, Tom, and you can do this anytime. But if you don’t really like Tom, you can also get online and chat with someone in Nova Scotia, Beijing, or Tasmania. You can see, hear, show, and tell. Global connection is amazing and the digital world opens up global citizenship for our students. It’s an amazing time to be an educator. Enjoy developing digital citizens in the classroom!
Small b2321ed95d7e39284289087957b22f82 abir12 6 months ago

I teach Common Sense Media lessons k-8, I am a certified Common Sense Teacher and got the school certified.