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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

Digital citizenship is the continuously developing norms of appropriate, responsible, and empowered technology use. - Dr. Mike Ribble, Essential Elements of Digital Citizenship

FOR STUDENTS - DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP MODULES & WEBSITES

 

 

 



BrainPOP Digital Citizenship Collection BrainPOP's Digital Citizenship collection offers topics ranging from Digital Etiquette and Cyberbullying to Information Privacy and Media Literacy.  Aligned with learning standards from upper elementary through high school, the collection invites students to discover in fun and interactive ways how to behave responsibly and safely in world that is increasingly digital. During this time of school closures, BrainPop is providing free access for schools. At www.brainpop.com, select LOG IN, and log in with Minuteman's username and password (you must be signed in to your Minuteman Office 365 account in order to access this passwords document).


 

 

 

Edpuzzle Digital Citizenship Certificate Course This online Edpuzzle course is comprised of video lessons that have been broken down into six different modules: Digital Citizenship, Safety & Privacy, Savvy Searching, Digital Commerce, Digital Health, and Social Media. Once you have completed the course, contact library staff in order to obtain your certificate.


 

 

 

 

 

Digital Compass by Common Sense Education teaches students the fundamentals of digital citizenship through a choose-your-own-path interactive game, designed for grades 6–9. Games are also available in Spanish.

THE NINE ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

Creative Commons LicenseThis graphic was created by Fractus Learning (re-used under Creative Commons license BY-SA) which came from the 9 Elements coined by Dr. Mike Ribble.  

VIDEOS - DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP OVERVIEW

DigCit Commit. "Explore the DigCitCommit Competencies." DigCit Commit, 18 Sept. 2019, digcitcommit.org/. Accessed 23 Mar. 2020.

Common Sense Media. "What is Digital Citizenship?" Common Sense Media, 11 Oct. 2017, www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/what-is-digital-citizenship. Accessed 23 Mar. 2020.


Stanford History Education Group. "Sort Fact From Fiction Online With Lateral Reading." Civic Online Reasoning, Stanford History Education Group, 16 Jan. 2020, Stanford History Education Group. Accessed 25 Mar. 2020.

Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Video Library Help students use technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate.