As our students grow up amid a constant stream of technology, digital citizenship continues to emerge as a topic of major importance. Teaching concepts such as online privacy and creating a positive digital footprint through the demonstration of responsible online behaviors has become essential.
That said, start your year off on the right (digital) foot by sharing this cool infographic highlighting 27 actions that can teach students the basics of safe, online learning.
Be sure to use the embedded Zoom.it tools to zero in on the details.
Beside utilizing this visual to teach digital citizenship, place a copy of this poster in classrooms, computer labs and/or media centers to remind students to behave appropriately on digital networks and social media.
A shout out to Mia MacMeekin for sharing such great hands-on advice and to TeachThought for creating the awesome graphic defining digital citizenship. Check out this site for additional digital citizenship resources as well as other fabulous edtech stuff.