Finding places where digital citizenship connects to curricula is becoming much easier topic to discuss. It is now common knowledge that we need to teach students how to properly engage online to ensure safety and reputation.
1. How To Think Before You Speak
Teachjunkie.com shows teachers a way to remind students how to think before you speak. These printable posters are a fun and colorful way decorate your classroom and make a point.
2. Take A Step With Your Digital Footprint
The newest addition outside the media center could be an interactive bulletin board with a digital citizenship theme. Find out more information on dborck.wordpress.com
3. Share Information Online Carefully
The bulletin board picture above is from digitalcitizenship2to5.blogspot.com and it acts as a visual reminder of digital citizenship in the school halls.
4. Help Student Understand How To Participate Online
These tips from creativemamaonadime.com will keep students safe & prevent cyber-bullying.
5. Grandma Knows Best
If you wouldn’t show it, say it, text it to Grandma, don’t post it, type or send it. This is a great rule shared by gonevr2l.com