As a career readiness curriculum developer, we often hear from teachers who have questions about a variety of topics they are required to teach.
New technology is driving change in educational standards across the country, especially in digital citizenship. This means middle school teachers need great digital citizenship activities to meet their requirements. While you could come up with your own activities, that takes a lot of time and you don’t know how each activity will go in the classroom. That’s why we recommend these four tried-and-true digital citizenship activities:
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With technology at their fingertips 24/7, it’s more important than ever to ensure your students are behaving appropriately in the digital world. But finding a way to incorporate these topics into your existing syllabus can be tough — especially if your courses don’t specifically require you to teach them. That’s where Digital Citizenship Week comes in!
Information literacy is quickly becoming one of the most important topics to cover in schools across the United States. The threats of fake news, social media misinformation, and lightning-fast information transmission have made digital tools dangerous to handle — unless you handle them correctly.
Every year we hear the same challenge from hundreds of middle school teachers: Finding good cyberbullying resources takes too much time and effort.
Digital Citizenship Week is here! This entire week is dedicated to being smart and safe online. It’s typically celebrated for younger students in middle school and high school, but good digital citizenship applies to everyone who uses the Internet. That’s why we found the best digital resources to help you celebrate Digital Citizenship Week 2017: