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Celebrate Digital Citizenship Week 2022

Posted on 10/06/2022

October 17 to 21 is Digital Citizenship Week

Digital Citizenship brings awareness to internet safety, media balance and social media. Developing safe online habits for students is a school and family issue. Covering topics like online safety, healthy media habits, and creating boundaries for device use are just a few of the many topics available. These are great conversation starters for parents as well as for people new to the internet. This family toolkit can be a great way to begin.

Family Engagement Toolkit (Available in English & Spanish)

Teaching Internet Site Credibility also has an important place as a digital citizen. Stanford University offers a free Civic Online Reasoning curriculum collection for educators. This resource helps learn how to evaluate online information.

Civic Online Reasoning Curriculum Collection

These two resources springboard to many more which can be used year long.

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