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To ensure student safety online, tech coaches must provide just-in-time digital information while modeling best practices and helping teachers do the same.
Drive home the importance of digital citizenship by giving students a voice and letting them experience it hands-on through project-based learning.
Part of preparing students for the digital age is helping them become critical consumers and responsible curators of online content. Administrators can do their part in achieving this by giving teachers the knowledge and support they need to teach, model and promote digital citizenship.
Most educators recognize the need for digital citizenship, but many are at a loss for how to teach it. Here are some resources to help.
Use new ISTE resources to explore what it means to be a good citizen in a digital world.
Thanks to technology, we are citizens of the cyberworld, entitled to all the benefits and subject to all the complications, and we need to make sure we wield this power wisely and teach our kids to do the same.
New ISTE book guides educators in creating and implementing digital citizenship programs
Digital Citizenship Week highlights the importance of building student and community capacity with skills like creatively collaborating with others across digital spaces, reflecting on digital habits, and curating a positive and effective digital footprint. It’s a great opportunity to engage students, teachers, administrators and community members to demonstrate how essential it is for ongoing inclusion of digital citizenship instruction.
Digital citizens are learners who use their technology-driven powers conscientiously — and with empathy — to help make the world a better place.
Since 2015, several K-12 teachers and administrators have offered recommendations related to digital citizenship instruction. Here are the five tips from the posts that have resonated most with EdSurge readers.